Bottoms Up | Berry Sangria (Non-Alcoholic)

Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.com

I discovered this juice blend from Trader Joe’s, which is amazingly good. It’s a combination of 7 different juices (pomegranate, tart cherry, black mulberry, red grape, purple carrot, cranberry, and blueberry juice) but it’s not from concentrate and has no added sugar. It’s rare to find a fruit juice that is just fruit (and one veggie). I was experimenting with real sangria made with wine and tried adding the juice. It wasn’t quite right so I added more juice and less wine. By the end of the experiment, I ended up with just the juice. I decided to scrape the more traditional sangria recipe and just go with the non-alcoholic version. It’s healthier and tastes great. I know I make a lot of cocktails on the blog but you can’t have cocktails every night. This is the type of fun drink I would make during the week when I need something more than plain water but don’t want the sugar in wine or straight up juice.

Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.com

The juice is so sweet and intensely fruity. It really stands up against the sparkling water without needing any additional sweetener. You can always add a little more juice or a teaspoon or two of honey or sugar if you want more sweetness. If you needed a substitute, I think the closest juice would be a Concord grape juice.

Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.comNon-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.com

Berry Sangria (Non-Alcoholic)
 
Fruity and sweet sangria, without the wine, but all the flavor.
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Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 1
Ingredients
  • ½ cup To The Power of Seven Organic Juice Blend (from Trader Joe’s)
  • ½ cup Berry or Plain Sparkling Water
  • ½ cup Blueberries
  • Lemon slice
Instructions
  1. Add the juice and sparkling water to a tall glass.
  2. Top it off with fresh blueberries.
  3. Serve with a lemon slice.

Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.com
Non-Alcoholic Berry Sangria from foodfashionandfun.com
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