ALMOST SANGRIA

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Eddie Jordan

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@EDWARDCARL

This is good to make and store for them hot days coming this summer. The longer it sets tightly capped the better it taste.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Comments:
Serves:
Yield 20 servings
Prep:
15 Min
Method:
No-Cook or Other

Ingredients

  • 1 (12) oz
    can frozen apple juice concentrate
  • 1 (12) oz
    can frozen cranberry juice cincentrate
  • 1 (12) oz
    can frozen white grape juice concentrate
  • 1 (12) oz
    can frozen limeade concentrate
  • 2 (2 ) l
    bottles of lemon lime soda

How to Make ALMOST SANGRIA

Step-by-Step

  1. Combine apple juice concentrate, cranberry juice juice concentrate, grape juice concentrate, and limeade concentrate in a bowl: whisk until smooth.
  2. Add soda stirring until mixed.
  3. Pour into soda bottles to store fasten caps tightly.
  4. May be stored in refrigerator indefinitely, tightly capped.

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About ALMOST SANGRIA

Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Low Fat Low Sodium
Other Tags: Quick & Easy Healthy



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