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Recipe: Berrylicious Frozen Sangria Slush

This boozy, fruity frozen sangria is an adult version of the icy slushies we slurped down as kids. So refreshing on a hot summer night. Cheers

Berrylicious Frozen Sangria Slush Ingredients

  • 1 cup red wine

  • 1 cup ice cubes, crushed

  • ? cup frozen blueberries

  • ? cup fresh raspberries

  • ? cup frozen strawberries

  • cup orange-flavored liqueur

  • orange, juiced

  • 1 tablespoon white sugar, or more to taste

How to Make Berrylicious Frozen Sangria Slush

  1. Combine red wine, ice cubes, blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, orange-flavored liqueur, orange juice, and sugar in a blender; process until smooth. Serve immediately or freeze.

Berrylicious Frozen Sangria Slush Nutritions

  • Calories: 269 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 32 g

  • Cholesterol:

  • Fat: 0.5 g

  • Fiber: 2.6 g

  • Protein: 0.7 g

  • SaturatedFat:

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 7.3 mg

  • Sugar: 25 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

Berrylicious Frozen Sangria Slush Reviews

  • So easy to make. Everyone loved it. Not too sweet - which I find a lot of Sangria.

  • Simply put, this was DELICIOUS Cool, refreshing, dare I say, somewhat healthy? I made this in advance, stirring about every 12 hours. I put the container in the fridge, about an hour prior to serving, and I think I should have put it on the counter. When I ran it through the blender, it had the consistency of a smoothie, and we had to have spoons, lol It needed a bit more thaw time than I gave it. I used a cup of sugar in a quadrupled recipe, and I moistened the glasses with an orange slice and rimmed the glasses with sparkling sugar. Very festive, and everyone enjoyed this cool concoction on a very hot summer evening. Thanks for the recipe

  • It was a hit with my garden club members I made minimal changes, like using frozen mixed berries instead of ice. I didnt have an orange but that didnt seem to make a difference. Putting it in the freezer made it very slushy, which was perfect. I will make this again. Such a refreshing recipe

  • Tried this after seeing the recipe in the Aug/Sep 2019 AllRecipes magazine with the "hidden gem" tag. The recipe printed there was slightly different and Ive typed it below:1.5 cups sweet red wine, Zinfandel, or red blend1.5 - 2 cups ice cubes1 orange, juiced (about 1/3 cup)1/3 cup frozen blueberries1/3 cup frozen raspberries1/3 cup frozen strawberries1/4 cup orange liqueur2 Tbsp sugar, or more to tasteFresh berries (optional)Followed the magazine recipe exactly using Rosatello Rose wine. Used a bit more ice until the right slushy consistency. This was so light and refreshing and looked so pretty. Definitely will make this again and I see this being a summertime tradition. This is one of those recipes that can be easily adapted to what you have on hand.

  • I think this is amazing I do not like crazy sweet drinks and I thought this was perfect I rimmed my glass with sugar:)

  • This absolutely perfect Just what your hot evening needs. I started off by refrigerating the wine, Cointreau, and orange juice before making this.

  • This is great very refreshing on a hot summers evening Will make again..

  • Made these last night. Didnt have orange liqueur so I added a little extra sugar. They were fabulous. Everyone loved them. Cant wait to make them again

  • Subbed Grey Goose for the orange liqueur, and that worked fine. Also, used a moderately dry Cabernet Sauvignon, didnt add sugar, used frozen concentrate instead of juice... Maybe one day Ill actually make a recipe as specified, but in the meantime, this one was a good guideline to a pleasant drink.

  • Fun, fruity. not very sweet, use all the sugar, very seedy, you could strain it. I froze it and then it didnt pour, so had to wait a few minutes for it to thaw some.

  • Delicious, easy, will definitely make again Left out the added sugar and thought it tasted fine

  • I used a bag of frozen mixed berries instead, and it was delicious

  • It was very good. I used a Syrah and even then the orange flavor from the liqueur and juice almost overpowered. But still very good.

  • Perfect No need to veer from the recipe. Will make this every time I have company

  • Super delicious

  • Was delicious

  • Excellent, this was a hit

  • This is absolutely delicious. Ive made it with crushed ice and over the rocks. I like leaving a little of the pulp from the fruit.

  • This stuff is delicious I left out the orange liqueur because I didnt have any. The second time I made this I didnt measure, just eye-balled it, and it worked just was well. Yum

  • Grrreat enjoyed by all

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