If there's something typical of every Spanish summer barbecue and party, it’s sangria. It was probably invented by someone who was trying desperately to find a way to make people eat fruit, and the idea was pretty good, actually. And now, for the first time, instead of drinking it with ice cubes and a straw, you can enjoy it in an even fresher way with these sangria popsicles. We are running out of ideas to consume sangria by now.
Servings for 4
Prepare the sangria in a glass jar. Pour the wine, lemonade, and sugar to taste. Stir to combine well.
Add the cinnamon stick and lemon peel and place in the refrigerator.
Meanwhile, wash and dice your favourite fruit. Place them inside the popsicle moulds. We need to put enough fruit inside so the dices don’t float when we add the sangría.
Fill in the moulds with sangria and place them in the freezer until they are ready.
Immerse them into lukewarm water for a few seconds to unmold.
Enjoy one of the most typical summer flavours in the most refreshing way!
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