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This fruity and refreshing non-alcoholic sangria is the perfect addition to your next large get together. Serve this one up for a crowd and they are surely dazzled with the sweetness of the sliced fruit and the fizziness of the juices and soda.
🍹 What is a Non-Alcoholic Sangria?
Non-alcoholic sangria is a combination of orange juice, cranberry juice, grape juice, lemon juice, lemon lime soda and plenty of sliced fruit. This refreshing mocktail is light and fizzy with a sweet fruity flavor and it has hints of grape and citrus. The added sliced fruit is nice to eat as you drink.
It’s always good to have a virgin or non-alcoholic drink you can whip up for large crowds or parties. Making sure that you’re not just serving a plain old soda while everyone else enjoys a fancy cocktail.
This virgin sangria is particularly awesome because you can’t really tell that much of a taste difference between this and ones with wine and alcohol added in. Similar to this non-alcoholic fruit punch.
Here are all the reasons why you are sure to love this recipe:
- So customizable. Sangria is essentially a mix of fruit juices, something with carbonation and sliced fruit. This means that you can vary the ingredients to incorporate whatever your favorite flavors are.
- Perfect for kids. This is a fun and festive drink that even kids are sure to love. With its bright colors and sliced fruit they will certainly think they are getting a special drink just like the adults.
- Easy to make. You’ll need a few minutes to mix this one up. And, you don’t have to be too particular or exact about any of the ingredients.
- Make it in large batches. This is just as easy to make in a punch bowl or a large pitcher as it is to make in a single glass.
⭐ When to Make This Drink
This versatile and easy customizable mocktail can be served up at a wide variety of events including:
- Kid’s birthday parties
- Baby showers
- Holiday parties
- Summer celebrations
This recipe is super customizable and there are several different flavor variations and ingredients substitutions you can try. Here are just a few ideas:
- Use a different soda. We like to use Sprite. However, you can use a different type of lemon lime soda or a different soda altogether like ginger ale to add a little spiciness.
- Replace the soda. Do you do want to make sure to add something carbonated while you can cut a little of the sugar out and use something like a seltzer water or club soda instead of regular soda.
- Switch out the juices. You can really use any type of juice you want in this drink. Some ideas to try are apple juice, pineapple juice, cherry juice or blueberry juice.
- Make it for a crowd. Be a recipe below is for one glass. However, you can easily make this in a large batch by multiplying it by 6, 7 or even 8 times. Mix it in a pitcher or punch bowl.
- Change up the fruit. You can pretty much use any type of sliced for you want in this drink. Try some of these out:
- Sliced apples
- 1 oz Orange juice
- 1 oz Cranberry juice
- 1 oz Grape juice
- .5 oz Lemon juice
- Cut fruit (any kind)
- 2 oz Lemon lime soda.
Start out by gathering everything you need including orange juice, Sprite, grape juice, cranberry juice, lemon juice, sliced fruit of your choice, bar spoon, ice, hurricane glass and jigger.
Note: We like to use a hurricane glass for this drink you can add extra large slices of fruit. However, you can use any type of glass you prefer.
Slice up your fruit of choice. We like to use lemon, orange and strawberry for this fruit juice combination. Toss it into the glass along with some ice.
Measure out 1 oz of cranberry juice and add it to the glass.
Note: If you want to measure and tablespoons and cups, check out the amounts and the recipe card below.
Measure out 0.5 oz of lemon juice and add it to the glass.
Measure out one ounce of grape juice and add it to the glass.
Measure out 1 oz of orange juice and add it to the glass.
Take the Sprite and pour it directly into the glass to top it off. It’ll usually take around 2 to 3 oz depending on the glass you’re using.
Grab up the bar spoon and place it in the glass. Give everything a couple good stirs so that it is well mixed.
- bar spoon
- highball glass
- Muddler optional
- 1 oz Orange Juice
- 1 oz Cranberry Juice
- 1 oz Grape Juice
- .5 oz Lemon Juice
- 2 oz Lemon Lime Soda
- Cut Fruit any kind
- Start out by slicing up some fruit to add to the drink. Any kind of fruit can work. We like to use:Sliced orangesSliced LemonSliced Strawberries
- Toss the sliced fruit into your glass.
- Toss some ice into the glass with the fruit so that the glass is filled up with ice.
- Use the jigger and measure 2 oz of orange juice. Then, toss it into the glass.*see notes section for measurements in cups and tbs if you do not have a jigger to measure with.
- Use the jigger and measure 2 oz of cranberry juice. Then, toss it into the glass.*see notes section for measurements in cups and tbs if you do not have a jigger to measure with.
- Use the jigger and measure 2 oz of grape juice. Then, toss it into the glass.*see notes section for measurements in cups and tbs if you do not have a jigger to measure with.
- Use the jigger and measure .5 oz of lemon juice. Then, toss it into the glass.*see notes section for measurements in cups and tbs if you do not have a jigger to measure with.
- Use the jigger and measure 2 oz of lemon lime soda. Then, toss it into the glass.*see notes section for measurements in cups and tbs if you do not have a jigger to measure with.
- Take the bar spoon and place it into the glass. Stir the drink well and enjoy!
- Use sparkling water, ginger ale, or club soda instead of lemon lime soda.
- Use different fruits. Kiwi, blackberries, grapes or any other fruit work well.
- Muddle the fruits. If you want to really get more fruit flavor going, use a muddler to break the sliced fruit up some before adding the liquids.
- Change up the fruit juices used. You can use cherry juice, lime juice, apple juice or any other juices you enjoy.
- 2 tbs of orange juice
- 2 tbs of cranberry juice
- 2 tbs of grape juice
- 1 tbs of lemon juice
- ¼ cup of lemon lime soda