Lemony White Sangria #FoodieExtravaganza

Every time I make Sangria, I do it a little bit differently. It is a  very forgiving beverage to make for a crowd, I must say. And summertime lends itself to a less potent type of drink…so Lemonade-Sangria, or sometimes like today, I like to act fancy, so we’re calling it Lemony White Sangria. That way, you know it’s the white wine we’re after…not the red one…which we also love.

Lemony White Sangria

This is so, so easy, and each time I make it, no one is very impressed, but they manage to drink it all (!) and then ask me for the recipe! Then they just keep drinking it up. I always make a huge batch and then say that I will make a double batch the next time. Agh, well.

Here it is: Lemony White Sangria


One 12oz can of frozen lemonade (either pink or white)
1 small bag of frozen berries (either raspberries or strawberries)
1 lemon, sliced into rounds
1 large bottle (1.5L) of Savingon Blanc or Pinot Grigio (NOT sweet, white wine)
1 1/2 cups of vodka (or just fill up the empty lemonade can)
2 cans of berry flavored seltzer, reserve until serving


In a large pitcher, add the lemonade and the wine, stirring until the lemonade is dissolved. Add the berries, lemon, and vodka and stir. Refrigerate for at least one hour. Just before serving, add the 2 cans of seltzer, stir, and then serve cold.

Lemony White Sangria

Do you love lemon flavored anything? Do you love lemonade? I love it! There are some goodies in the Foodie Extravaganza line-up that I think you will love, hosted by Lauren of Sew You Think You Can Cook


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10 thoughts on “Lemony White Sangria #FoodieExtravaganza

  1. lk529

    When it comes to sangrias I prefer the white variety and this one sounds like a real winner. Thanks for joining me this month!

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