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Kid Friendly Sangria

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 Recipe Information  
Category: Beverages
Recipe Created By: Kathy Przywara


1 qt lemon or limeade
1 lemon or lime
1 green apple
1 orange or tangerine
1 plum or pluot (optional)
1 peach (optional)
1 nectarine (optional)
1or 2 12 oz bottles/cans ginger ale

Pit/core all fruit and slice thinly. Place into a large container or pitcher and pour lemon/limeade over. Allow to macerate for 2-4 hrs in the refrigerator. Add ginger ale and serve.

Serve this in a nice pitcher or a punch bowl. The fruit can be served in the cup along with the sangria.

We make this for special occasions and it's always a big hit with the kids. My kids love to just take a bowl of the macerated fruit slices to eat too.

Use whatever fruit is fresh and in season. In the winter I usually use some citrus (lemon/orange) plus apple and pear. For the summer, I use stone fruits like peach, plum and nectarine along with the citrus and apple.

We use either Simply Lemonade/Limeade or Odwalla Summertime Limeade. Any brand or variety will work.

We use either 365 Ginger Ale or Reed's which are both free of corn syrup.

 This recipe is free of:
 Milk  Peanut  Egg  Soy  Tree nut
 Gluten  Wheat  Fish  Shellfish  Sesame

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