Raspberry Nectarine Sangria is a refreshing summer sweet wine drink, a recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen
So we now officially have had the first day of summer! So far, weather wise it been strange, we had cold days and we have had hot days. We had a lot of rain here in Cleveland too. This whole year has really had some screwy weather.
I made a decision, I have a lot of photos of the recipe, I have not put up yet. You have seen some the photos the new camera does, well I really need to get the photos I did with my old camera up. So, instead of posting once a week, I am trying to do multiple days here.
One the reasons I post once a week, is I like mixing real life with the recipes and how they relate. It gives character to Seduction in the Kitchen, I feel. I am going to try my best, when I did this in the past on here it went well, however it was a huge strain on me personally. Meaning it very time consuming doing a post then promoting it, so it reaches the audience. Well, I do have now, that I did not do in the past when I did multiple posts, is I have auto schedules for Pinterest and that does help so much!
I like sweet wines, I guess that is why I like sangria, it is a sweet wine mixture with fruit and it simply perfect in the hot weather. What is even better with sangria is the fruit. After the pitcher of sangria is gone, you have this alcohol drenched fruit that is great to snack on.
A refreshing summer sweet wine drink, a recipe from Seduction in the Kitchen
- 1 ml bottle sweet white wine 750
- 2 nectarines sliced up
- 1/2 pint of raspberries
- 1 cup ⁄4 triple sec
- 1 cup ⁄2 sugar
- 1/4 Cup Golden Passion Fruit Alize
- In a pitcher add the sugar, wine, Alize, and triple sec. Mix well till the sugar is dissolved.
- Add the fruit
- Place the pitcher in the fridge for 2-4 hours. The longer the more the fruit will flavor the drink.
- Pour yourself a glass and ENJOY!
|Amount Per Serving||As Served|
|Calories 310 kcal Calories from fat|
|% Daily Value|
Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:
|Total Fat||Less than||65g|
|Sat Fat||Less than||25g|