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Results 1 - 10 of 10 for sangria by the gallon
Mix all ingredients in punch bowl. Serve cold.
Combine instant breakfast ... fruit; chill. Just before serving, add carbonated beverage. Serve in pitchers over ice cubes, if desired. Yields: 2 gallons.
Combine all except club soda and chill overnight. Before serving, remove bay leaves and pour in club soda. Serves 12. NOTE: Can float assorted fruits ...
Dissolve the sugar in water ... cloves. Marinate for several hours. Mix the syrup and burgundy; add ice. If storing leftover Sangria, remove fruit. Serves 6-8.
Mix wine and club soda; squeeze citrus juices into this. Add sugar, strawberries and bananas. Serves 8-10.
Mix all ingredients. Let stand overnight for best results. Orange and lemon slices may be added.
Mix brandy, burgundy, Triple Sec and lemon juice. Pour over ice. Add the remaining ingredients. Garnish with oranges, lemons, limes, etc. Makes 25 servings.
Mix all ingredients and chill. Will have to add lime juice and grenadine to taste. Serve with sliced fruit (lemon, lime, oranges and cherries).
Combine all ingredients. ... pineapple chunks and maraschino cherries for flavor and color. If desired, add club soda just before serving. makes 1 1/4 gallon.
Combine orange juice, corn syrup, cointreau or curacao and lime or lemon juice in a pitcher. Stir. Add wine. Cover and refrigerate 2 hours. Before ...
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