Well drinking isn’t something I’m big on, I prefer to keep my drinks non-alcoholic. So to get through these hotter months here in Texas I thought it would be fun to share a mocktail recipe that’s perfect for everyone! (You could even make these into popsicles)
The star in this faux sangria is the Simple Truth dark cherry juice. It has a rich flavor that’s reminiscent to red wine. To take it a step further I also included their pineapple seltzer water for a little bubbly! Totally optional though, feel free to omit or double up if you want a even lighter mocktail.
In true sangria tradition I included chopped fruit. Have fun mixing and matching what you like best. For this I decided to combine blood oranges, green apples and fresh limes. Muddled together with coconut sugar for added sweetness. Alternatively you could use a liquid sweetener to taste or omit for a bolder flavor that’s only naturally sweetened by the fruit.
Be sure to stock up on all the goodies needed at your local Kroger Family of Stores. Stay cool this summer and let me know if you give this recipe a try. I would love to hear what you think! Be sure to also snap a photo and tag me @PlantPhilosophy on Instagram using #PlantPhilosophy so I don’t miss seeing your post. I love to leave a comment and reshare my favorite recreations. Thank you very much for taking the time to follow along with my content and make my recipes!
Non-Alcoholic Black Cherry “Sangria” Mocktails
Yield 4 servings
- Add sliced fruits to a half gallon jar or pitcher and muddle with coconut sugar for about a minute. I used a wooden spoon to do this.
- Add orange juice and cherry juice. Give it a stir.
- Slowly pour in pineapple seltzer water upon serving and gently stir again.
- Let chill for up to an hour without seltzer water or serve immediately over ice.
- Garnish with blood orange slices!
Adapted from Genius Kitchen
If making ahead, mix everything together to chill. Then add seltzer water right before serving.
Courses Brunch, Breakfast, Dinner
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This recipe is sponsored by Kroger Co. all thoughts and opinions are my own.1