A large pitcher full of fresh fruit and sparkling wine goes down way too easily. Blend up this Prosecco Sangria Recipe to make the most refreshing summer slushie ever!
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About this Cocktail
If you know me, you know I’m a bigggg red wine girl so for me to pass up red wine in a scenario when red wine is the go-to is kind of a big deal. That said, bubbly prosecco in sangria is LOVELY. I love how light and refreshing this easy sangria recipe is and I know you will, too.
This wine cocktail gets blended with frozen raspberries and frozen blueberries for the brightest colored batch cocktail. It’s the perfect cocktail to serve on a hot summer day, mother’s day, or a fun birthday get together. This sparkling sangria is so fun to sip on and looks gorgeous, too.
And if you’re looking for more fruity drinks to try, also check out this Strawberry Gin Smash, this Cranberry Fizz Cocktail, this Strawberry Martini or this Sparkling White Peach Sangria that I think you’re going to enjoy, too!
- Berries - I used Naturripe raspberries and blueberries.
- Prosecco - Dry or sweet, you choose!
- Vodka - I used plain, but flavored is an option, too!
See the recipe card below for a full list of ingredients and measurements.
Substitutions and Variations
- Fruit: Try another fruit combination. Strawberries, blackberries, cherries, or fresh peaches I think would all work fabulously in this recipe.
- Wine: Instead of a prosecco sangria, try this recipe with champagne, sparkling rosé, white wine such as pinot grigio or sauvignon blanc or a red such as pinot noir!
- Liquor: Substitute some or all of the vodka for an orange liqueur like Grand Marnier or Triple Sec, or try gin if that's your thing.
How to Make This Recipe
1. Add the vodka, frozen blueberries, raspberries, simple syrup and ice to a blender.
2. Blend on high until smooth.
3. Gradually add the prosecco in and continue to blend until smooth.
4. Pour into wine glasses and garnish with fresh mint and raspberries. Enjoy!
- Don't attempt to blend this particular sangria with fresh fruit. It'll turn out like a melted smoothie and it will not be an enjoyable drinking experience.
- This cocktail is STRONG. If you want your homemade sangria to have a lower alcohol content, replace half of the vodka with any of your favorite fruit juices like orange juice, cranberry juice, apple juice or pomegranate juice, or you could use ginger beer soda, lemon-lime soda or club soda instead, too.
- For a more fruity flavour, use an extra cup of each berry instead of ice.
Nope! If you want a more traditional sangria to sip on, use fresh fruit instead of frozen and add a can of Sprite or 7 Up and simply mix all of the ingredients together and serve over large ice cubes. The longer you let the mixture sit, the more flavorful it’ll become as you let the fruit infuse into the liquid.
Since this is a frozen cocktail, I do not recommend trying to save extras for later. However, if you follow the directions in the question above for a liquid sangria, if stored sealed in the refrigerator, it can last for up to five days. You’ll lose the bubbles from the Prosecco but it still tastes mighty delicious.
If you have extra, make it into popsicles! Pour the blended mixture into popsicle molds and freeze for 4-6 hours for a tasty summer treat.
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Frozen Raspberry Prosecco Sangria Recipe
- Measuring Cups
- shot jigger
- 1 cup vodka
- 1 bottle prosecco
- 6 oz frozen blueberries
- 6 oz frozen raspberries
- 3 oz simple syrup
- 2 cups ice
- extra berries, for garnish
- Add the vodka, frozen blueberries, raspberries, simple syrup and ice to a blender.
- Blend on high until smooth.
- Gradually add the prosecco in and continue to blend until smooth.
- Pour into wine glasses and garnish with fresh mint and raspberries. Enjoy!
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If you're using MyFitnessPal, search 'A Paige Of Positivity' and find FROZEN RASPBERRY PROSECCO SANGRIA calories and nutrition facts. Disclaimer: for most accurate macronutrients and caloric breakdown, it is recommended that you input each ingredient into your MyFitnessPal food diary.
NOTE: this is counting the alcohol as strictly carbs - remember, if you are counting your macros & alcohol, this is a good reference: Macrostax | How To Calculate Alcohol for Macro Counting
TO COUNT YOUR ALCOHOL AS A CARBOHYDRATE: Use the total number of calories in a drink divided by 4 (Example: 5 ounces of Red Zinfandel = 132 calories 132 calories/4 = 33g Carbs. TO COUNT YOUR ALCOHOL AS A FAT: Use the total number of calories in a drink divided by 9 (Example: 5 ounces of Red Zinfandel = 132 calories 132 calories/9 = 15g Fat) TO COUNT YOUR ALCOHOL AS BOTH A CARBOHYDRATE AND A FAT: Use the a portion of the total number of calories in a drink divided by 4 Use the remainder of the total number of calories in a drink divided by 9. Example: 5 ounces of Red Zinfandel = 132 calories 66 calories/4 = 16.5g Carbs 66 calories/9 = 7g Fat
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