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Virgin Sangria

Updated: Jun 22, 2020

This virgin sangria recipe is a hit at baby showers and kids' birthday parties. It also serves as a great alternative for guests who prefer non-alcoholic drinks.

Photo courtesy A Sweet Pea Chef

This virgin sangria is like magic in a pitcher. The next time you sign up to bring drinks for a school function or office potluck (or anywhere else non-alcoholic beverages are required), this mix of citrus-y sunshine, apples, and plums will delight guests of all ages.


1 lemon thinly sliced, with peel

1/2 lime thinly sliced, with peel

1 medium orange thinly sliced, with peel

1 small apple cored, sliced into 8ths, with peel

1 small black plum thinly sliced, with peel

1 tbsp lemon juice

1 cup water

5 cups sparkling water

Serves 6


  • Combine the fruits and water in a large pitcher.

  • Refrigerate for at least 3 hours, overnight preferably, to allow for flavours to combine.

  • Prior to serving, add mineral/carbonated water and stir together.

For more scrumptious clean-eating food and drink ideas, please see A Sweat Pea Chef's bountiful recipes.


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Virgin Sangria is featured in Episode 6 which is currently available for streaming on your fave podcast app. Don't have a a podcast app? No problem! Listen here.

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