Pink Berry Sangria

This is a beautiful treat for any mom to enjoy this Mother’s Day. It’s a Pink Berry Sangria, made with strawberries and raspberries. It has a kick to it but you will never know because it tastes like candy!!

Pink Berry Sangria  from #sangria #strawberry #mothersday

 Perfect way to add to Mother’s Day pampering would be to make this delicious sangria for any mom in your life and keep it filled all day! This is a perfect drink that will give you that sweet and boozy satisfaction but it tastes like candy.

A cocktail that tastes like a luscious berry candy…that’s the dream!

Pink Berry Sangria 2 from #sangria #strawberry #mothersday

I was just messing around in the kitchen last week and I had extra berries to get rid of before we leave for our vacation. So I thought, “hey, why not make a pitcher of sangria?” No one can say “no” to that! I got a bottle of wine and whipped up this perfect little cocktail!

It also happened to be the day that my mom was coming over to babysit our little man while we went out on a date night. My mom is a sucker for sangrias, so the timing couldn’t be any more perfect. Last year, I made a Grapefruit Sangria for her, for Mother’s Day, and she loved it! This one was amazing as well. Mom even mentioned that she couldn’t even taste the alcohol here, it was just juicy and berrylicious!

This cocktail gets the stamp of approval from me and my mom. I hope you make it for yourself or a special mother in your life!


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Pink Berry Sangria
  • 6 oz raspberries
  • ½ lb strawberries
  • 1 tsp lemon juice
  • 2 Tbsp. sugar
  • __
  • 80 ml light rum
  • 200 ml 7Up (or similar clear soda)
  • 750 ml Moscato wine
  1. Slice the strawberries into thick slices and add them to a small sauce pot.
  2. Add raspberries, lemon juice and sugar. Carefully stir.
  3. Cook the berry mixture over medium heat, covered, until the berries are soft and given out a lot of juice. Stir occasionally and carefully.
  4. Transfer the berries to the pitcher and let them cool to room temperature.
  5. Add rum and wine. Carefully stir.
  6. Slowly, add 7Up and slowly stir.
  7. Keep refrigerated until ready to serve!
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 Pink Berry Sangria from #sangria #strawberry #mothersday

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  1. says

    My mom isn’t the biggest drinker, but I know she would love one or two of these. So would we, especially on a blistering hot day like today in OC. Great pictures and glad I found this recipe. Have a great weekend!

  2. Carol says

    I so want to make the Pink Berry Sangria however the metric measurements are a bummer. Are all your recipes written with this system?


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