How to Make Sangria Slushies

Cool off and wind down with a refreshingly easy recipe for fruity sangria slushies.

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First, round up your ingredients. Use fresh fruit juice or equivalent of bottled orange/lemon juice. As for the wine, use drier reds like tempranillo, rioja and malbec but any wine will do.

First, round up your ingredients. Use fresh fruit juice or equivalent of bottled orange/lemon juice. As for the wine, use drier reds like tempranillo, rioja and malbec but any wine will do.

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Squeeze the juice from lemons + oranges through a strainer into a shallow casserole dish. Add the sugar + stir vigorously until the sugar is dissolved.

Squeeze the juice from lemons + oranges through a strainer into a shallow casserole dish. Add the sugar + stir vigorously until the sugar is dissolved.

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Pour in the wine and water, stirring again to combine.

Pour in the wine and water, stirring again to combine.

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Place the dish, uncovered, in the freezer overnight. The next day, remove the dish from the freezer and scrape with a fork the surface of the wine mixture to create a slush-y consistency.

Place the dish, uncovered, in the freezer overnight. The next day, remove the dish from the freezer and scrape with a fork the surface of the wine mixture to create a slush-y consistency.

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Scoop the slush into serving glasses, then garnish with more chopped fresh fruit for a pretty presentation. Then sit back and get to sippin’!

Scoop the slush into serving glasses, then garnish with more chopped fresh fruit for a pretty presentation. Then sit back and get to sippin’!

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