Halloween Sangria #drinks #dairyfree

Halloween Sangria #drinks #dairyfree

Stunt or-treating for my sisters and me was an Olympic game. We realized which houses had the most detailed designs, which wouldn't answer the entryway, and in particular, which distributed the extra large confections. Amplifying our Halloween take took procedure, devotion, and a dad who quietly accompanied us through different neighborhoods, all for the sake of MORE CANDY.

While we brought home unquestionably more chocolate bars than any human enormous or little ought to ingest on a yearly premise, the possibility of Halloween as a solitary night when children can dress as their preferred hero, remain up past the point of no return, and indeed, eat an excess of sweets, still interests to me. I likewise concede that it seems like a parental bad dream.

The ideal Halloween drink! Creepy sangria made with "blood" red wine and solidified grape "eye balls," citrus cuts, cinnamon, and schnaps.

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Halloween Sangria #drinks #dairyfree


  •  1 cup whole black grapes
  •  1 cup whole green grapes
  •  2 oranges — sliced into rounds
  •  1 lemon — sliced into rounds
  •  1 lime — sliced into rounds
  •  1 cinnamon stick
  •  1/4 cup brandy
  •  1 bottle fruity red wine — (750 ml bottle) such as Pinot Noir or Beaujolais
  •  1 can ginger ale — (12 ounces)
  •  Colored sugar — for rimming glasses


  1. Rinse and de-stem grapes, then pat dry. Spread in a single layer a baking sheet, then place in the freezer at least 2 hours before you plan to serve.
  2. In a large glass pitcher, combine 1/2 of the orange slices (reserve the second half for serving), lime, and lemon slices. Add the brandy and cinnamon stick and stir gently to combine. Slowly pour in the wine. Refrigerate sangria for at least 2 hours or as long as overnight (a longer chill time will increase the flavor).
  3. When ready to serve, add the ginger ale to the pitcher and stir gently with spoon. To sugar the glass rims, place the colored sugar on a plate, then rub an orange slice around the glass rim. Dip the rim of each glass into the sugar, coating well. Fill glasses with frozen grapes and reserved orange slices, then slowly pour in the sangria. Sip immediately and enjoy.

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