Frozen White Peach Sangria Slushy

My drinks column in the upcoming summer issue of Cosmopolitan for Latinas magazine is all about frozen cocktails. One of my favorite recipes in the article is for a delicious frozen raspberry sangria that absolutely is one of the BEST recipes I've ever created.

No joke.

They've become a regular in our house where I basically have to fight Eugene in order to keep him from slurping them down straight from the blender.

Frozen sangria, in case you're wondering, is basically a slushy, icy version of the classic. It's like what would happen if a Slurpee and sangria hooked up and made a baby.

A fruity, boozy awesome baby. (Much like THIS fruity, boozy awesome baby.)

You'll have to buy the issue (which is on stands next week) in order to get that recipe, but today I'm going to share another wonderful frozen sangria recipe with you.

Because I love you.

This one is a Frozen White Peach Sangria made with crisp white wine, sweet frozen peaches, and citrus liqueur. It's sweet with a touch of tartness, and an absolutely perfect brunch beverage for warm spring and summer weekends.

Planning a Mother's Day surprise for your mama? Make sure this is on the menu. She'll love it.

The recipe below makes two servings, but you can easily multiply it to fill a whole pitcher. Just add sunshine.


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Frozen White Peach Sangria
Serves 2

2 cups dry white wine
2 cups frozen peaches
2 cups ice cubes
1/2 cup Triple Sec or Grand Marnier
1/4 cup fresh lime or lemon juice
2 tablespoons honey or light agave syrup

Combine all ingredients in a blender and process until very smooth and slushy. Serve immediately.

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