Peach Sangia

Happy Friday all!

I’m recovering from a girls night out but thought you all might benefit from

my favorite little peach sangria for the weekend.

This really is such an easy drink to make….and everyone loves it. It’s perfect for

a party…or just hanging out with friends in the backyard.

 

 

We love to have friends over…sitting around the backyard

listening to the sweet sound of mosquito’s buzzing in the air.

hmmmm.

That doesn’t really sound good..does it?!  Luckily the mosquito’s have not made

it out yet…..so feel free to hang out back as long as you can.

Serve it in your favorite glass…i love my mason jars!

PEACH SANGRIA:

2 c. sliced fresh strawberries

2 c. sliced fresh white peaches

{if you can’t find white peaches then regular ones are just fine and if you can’t find ripe peaches

then using canned peaches drained or frozen peaches will work }

1/2 an orange sliced 3-4 slices

1/2 a lemon sliced into 3-4 slices

1 bottle of white wine {i use chardonnay…..and an inexpensive one}

1 /2 bottle of moscato {it’s a dessert wine..any brand will do…i don’t pay more that $8 for mine}

1 c. peach schnapps

2 c. ice cubes

Mix all the ingredients together in a pitcher and let sit for 4-5 hours in the fridge. Make a double batch if you want…

i always do because one pitcher never seems to be enough.

Enjoy!!!!

Comments

  1. LOvely!! just lovely,peach sangria in hand,visiting with friends and lots of laughter!!
    Thank for the recipe. Happy weekend toyou.

  2. Mmmmm…I don’t know which sounds lovelier…the peach sangria or sitting around the backyard:) Have a wonderful weekend!

  3. yummy & so pretty too!
    have a great weekend

  4. Two pitchers would go way too quickly with my friends and family, I will have to make about 5 or 6! The Sangria looks delicious and I love the idea of using Mason jars, I have a huge box of them and needed something to use them for and this would be perfect.
    Thanks 🙂

  5. Ahhh, I love to serve my cocktails out of Mason jars, too! Adds a fun element, I think.
    Looks absolutely lovely and yummy!

    Happy weekend!
    Anne

  6. That looks so yummy….too bad I can’t have alcohol right now….preggo and all. Oh well…all for a good cause! Maybe I’ll try making an alternative without the alcohol. Hmmm….I think you call that peach tea. Haaha!

    -Gail

  7. Um, YUM!

  8. When can I come over?!?!?!?

  9. BEAUTIFUL!!!

  10. Guess what I am making for the next girls night?? YUM it sounds delish!!
    Have a good weekend!

  11. i don’t know which i like more, the ingredients of the sangria or the beautiful photography!!! either way, i could use some of that right now!! have a great weekend!!

  12. Holy Moly! I want it, I need it. But I’m pregnant.

    Why must you torture me this way?

  13. Sounds and looks delicious! Thanks so much for sharing ~

    The photos are wonderful too.

    Brightest blessings,
    Pat

  14. Very good! I copied your recipe on my blog! we were perfect for this sunny! Thanks! Barbara

  15. Amazing photos!! I need to make these drink now with my girl friends. Thanks for sharing! Hope you have lovely weekend.

  16. Yum yum! i was going to make Pioneer Woman’s sangria but this one sounds delish and I love peaches.

  17. I am a sucker for anything peach so I have been waiting for this recipe. Thanks so much for posting it Kasey ~ have a great week-end.

  18. monikaki says:

    I really like every single post you make! I love your style….even if the panzanella salad was a little bit..not panzanella at all which is completely another thinhg ..but when you make something looks (and I am sure tastes as well) very good!! brava, ciao baci from Italy, Monica

  19. those photos are summer perfection.
    can i come over and just sip some from the batch you made?
    have a lovely weekend…and what did lola say about the pen pal thing??

    ♥rebecca

  20. Mmmm, yummy! I am definitely making this next weekend for the adults at baby’s bday party!! Thanks!!

  21. I may need to add this wonder to my respite. Have a glorious weekend & whats the update on le chien???

  22. the sangria is so pretty…how do you make everything so darn pretty???
    will i look pretty if I drink it?
    or only if everyone else does?
    thank you Kasey for another great recipe.
    ~Tara

  23. Mmmm, Mmmmm, Mmmmmm
    Looks DANGEROUSLY good!

  24. I love all your recipes your photographs
    and thanks again for all your joy

  25. Sounds great! I won’t have time to make it happen this week. But next weekend, yes!

  26. Kasey Kasey!
    You make everything look so LOVELY!
    Lovely like YOU!
    I have always wished for the perfect Sangria recipe…so I thank you!
    And how is little itty bitty Matilda?
    A french bulldog…so YOU!
    What a lucky lucky lucky little girl that is!
    I can’t think of a sweeeeeeeter family to waddle into!
    Give that cute adorable thing a big ole SMACK from my Doogan!
    Oh what fun you will all have…as your lovely home lights up with puppy LOVE and JOY!
    XXOOXOXXO

  27. KASEY ~ THANKS! I will toast the lovely Lola B when I whip up my first batch! You are right, here in the Midwest you have to get out and enjoy the spring before the peskies come a calling. Especially with a new puppy to scamper about and sweet kid-0s chasing her around the yard. That might just be Nirvana! xx P&H

  28. i am so happy to have found you… and this recipe looks amazing… will definitely be trying this very soon… wishing you a great weekend xx pam

  29. This looks absolutely delish, and I will definately try it at soon as it quits snowing! Thank you so much for sharing

  30. You pictures are getting better and better! Just a thought: you might want to consider either right click disabling or water-marking them… I would hate if someone used them w/o permission or w/o giving you credit. Hope you are having a great weekend! xo Jessica {there is a pretty easy java script to can install yourself to disable the click-and-save option…. Let me know if you need it}

  31. The perfect summer sangria! I’ll be making this soon!

  32. sara noland says:

    kasey
    everytime i try and print or view your recipes as a pdf it doesnt work. can you please email me a pdf. thanks!
    cousin sara

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  34. Found your blog by clicking the next blog button at the top of my blog. LOVE IT–and this sangria recipe sounds yummy! I will definitely be making this over the weekend!

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