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White Pear and Apple Sangria

Before we get to the White Pear and Apple Sangria recipe- Do you love pretty jewelry?

Stella and Dot necklace - White Pear and Apple Sangria post

Stella and Dot Bracelet - White Pear and Apple Sangria post

I DO! 🙂

I hosted a small get together this past weekend where we had some food, drinks and had a chance to look at (try on and play with) lots of fun Stella and Dot jewelry. Pretty, right?

Stella and dot earrings - White Pear and Apple Sangria post

And what goes with jewelry and appetizers?

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Sangria of course…

I made this White Pear and Apple Sangria and it was hit (my husband, who was a bartender in his former life, helped of course)! I thought it was delicious and so did my guests. It is so easy to throw together and you can really modify the fruit to what’s in season or your tastes for that matter. Who doesn’t love something a little bubbly with the added benefits of fruit to nibble on!?

White Pear and Apple Sangria fruit pic

pretty glass of White Pear and Apple Sangria

I made this White Pear and Apple Sangria a few hours before the party and let it chill in the refrigerator (and the fruit had a chance to soak up the flavors and vice versa).

White Pear and Apple Sangria recipe from A Cedar Spoon

TIP: If you are like me and have to do things way in advance, I actually wanted to cut the fruit the morning of the party and didn’t want to make the sangria until a few hours before the party. I learned through my best friend google, that you can cut pears and apples and add ½ part water and ½ part lemon juice to keep it from browning. I did this and then used a strainer to drain the lemon & water mixture when I was ready to make the sangria.  It worked perfectly and I didn’t taste the lemon at all.  

White Pear and Apple Sangria Recipe

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White Pear and Apple Sangria

  • Prep Time: 10 mins
  • Total Time: 10 mins
  • Yield: 5-6 1x

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Ingredients

  • 3 oz triple sec
  • 2 cups ginger ale
  • 1 bottle of pinot grigio wine (could also use sauvignon blanc)
  • 1 pear, cubed
  • 1 honey crisp apple, cubed
  • ½ pint of raspberries

Instructions

  1. Wash the fruit and put the raspberries in the pitcher and set aside. Cube the pear and apples and add to the pitcher.
  2. Pou1 bottle of white wine, ginger ale and triple sec over the fruit. Cover the pitcher and refrigerate for several hours.
  3. To serve spoon the fruit into each glass and then pour sangria over the top of the fruit.
  4. Enjoy for a party, happy hour, with dinner…whatever you fancy!

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What’s your favorite cocktail to serve at a party? Do you like to try new ones every time or just go to that tried and true recipe?

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tanya

Friday 19th of October 2012

Sangria is my favorite drink!!! I wish I were at your party! I DO love pretty jewelry! But I have to say, I might love the sangria more! Love the fruits you used. Looks good and I bet it tasted even better!

A Cedar Spoon

Saturday 20th of October 2012

I think I have to agree with you- I like sangria more than jewelry too! This is such an easy recipe and everyone will love it. It was gone pretty quickly at my party and I wish I would have made more. Thanks for stopping by!

Sarah

Wednesday 17th of October 2012

This sangria looks so good. I can't wait to try it out at my next party.

A Cedar Spoon

Friday 19th of October 2012

It is a crowd pleaser!

A Cedar Spoon

Wednesday 17th of October 2012

Thanks Sarah! It is delicious and has lots of fruit in it (so it is healthy, right?). Enjoy!