A Galentine’s Day Sangria Recipe with Mila from Hangry Woman

February 9, 2018

As many of you know, anything that involves me being inn the kitchen I’m just highly unskilled at {you can read about just a few of my many, many cooking fails here}. That’s why I’m so happy to have Mila Clarke-Buckney of Hangry Woman here to share a recipe for Galentine’s Day sangria with you all! If consuming alcohol isn’t your thing, try substituting a sparkling or flat white grape juice instead.

 

Mila Clarke-Buckney

Hangry Woman

I don’t know about y’all but my girls are my rock. They’re my hype crew, they gas me up, they’re always ready to respond to my texts and tweets with a GIF, and I don’t know how I’d ever get by without them. More than anyone else, they support my goals and dreams, and pick me up even before I need it.

 

I love the idea of celebrating Galentine’s day. I first saw it on Parks and Recreation, and decided not to look back. I haven’t been able to celebrate Galentine’s Day every year, but this year, I made something special to share with my gals. Every single one of us loves wine, so what better way to celebrate than to mix up some wine, and boozy fruit in a cute mason jar for all.

It was a joy.

 

This recipe threw me a twist though! I’m diabetic, so I often have to watch what I drink to make sure that I don’t go overboard. Another friend of mine is on Keto, and another working out really hard, so I didn’t want to derail any of our diet plans to badly.

This Galentine’s Day White Wine Sangria is the best, because not only does it use the best fruits, like peaches, pineapples, strawberries and oranges, it uses an amazing mixer called “Be Mixed” that gives it an even more amazing ginger lime taste!

 

I also love Be Mixed because it’s a low-carb, no sugar mixer with no crazy aftertaste. The founders wanted to be sure that people could have more fun with their drinks than just sipping on vodka soda, and I think they did an amazing job. Be Mixed comes in a few great flavors, and they can boast that their product is all-natural, so you really can feel guilt free.

 

I loved pairing the mixers with my sangria, but they also make a beautiful gift for my favorite women! Check out the recipe down below, and let me know what your favorite Galentine’s Day finds are!

Recipe:

Ingredients

1 bottle of dry white wine

2 bottles of 4 oz, Be Mixed Ginger Lime Cocktail mixer

6-8 strawberries sliced and washed

1 large navel orange sliced and washed

1 peach sliced, peeled and washed

1 lime sliced in half, squeezed

 

Instructions:

Slice and chop all of your fruit, and add it to a large mason jar

Pour in White Wine

Add Be Mixed Ginger Lime Cocktail Mixer

Close your mason jar and shake

Let the flavors come together for 24 hours.

Gift your sangria to your favorite Galentine!

 

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