#SundaySupper Sangria Fruit Salad

This week’s Sunday Supper #SundaySupper is a celebration for the 4th of July and we’re throwing a party! We put our thinking caps on, sharpened our knives, dug out favorite picnic recipes and created some new ones too!
I’m bringing my Sangia Fruit Salad (you can too, the recipe is posted below)! Tart and tangy with a just a hint of wine, its a refreshing change from the usual fruit platter.
You’ll find everything you need to throw an unforgettable 4th of July bash! (Fireworks not included);)
Here’s our menu suggestions to get you started!

Main Dishes:

Salads and Sides:

Fabulous Pairings by Martin from ENOFYLZ

Join us this week! We’ll share these fabulous recipes and want you to share yours with us!  The fun starts at 3pm EST and lasts all afternoon.  At 5:30 pm EST, we will be available to chat with you. All you have to do is follow the hashtag #sundaysupper on twitter or follow along on TweetChat.  Our #SundaySupper Pinterest Boardwill be filled with fabulous family recipes. There is always room Around the Family Table for you.

Sangria Fruit Salad

You can make this non-alcoholic by just omitting the wine! I like to save the dressing and have it as a refreshing juice drink over ice! Of course you could add more wine to it!!

1 orange, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
1 apple, Granny Smith or another tart variety, cut into 1/2-inch pieces
2 cups strawberries, sliced
1 cup blueberries

1 cup apple juice
1/2 cup orange juice
1/4 cup red table wine, cabernet sauvignon
1 Tbsp honey
1 Tbsp lemon juice
1 Tbsp lime juice
1/2 teaspoon orange zest
1/2 teaspoon lemon zest
1/2 teaspoon lime zest

1. Mix fruit together in a large non-metal bowl.

2. Mix dressing ingredients together in a separate bowl.

3. Pour dressing over fruit. Stir. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours to allow flavors to blend.

4. Remove with slotted spoon. Reserve dressing. Serve.

5. Reserved dressing can be used in drinks.

Servings: 12
Yield: 6 cups

Cooking Times
Preparation Time: 15 minutes
Inactive Time: 2 hours
Total Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes

Nutrition Facts
Nutrition (per serving): 51 calories, 2 calories from fat, <1g total fat, 0mg cholesterol, 1.8mg sodium, 132mg potassium, 12.5g carbohydrates, 1.8g fiber, 8g sugar, <1g protein, 70.9IU vitamin a, 40.3mg vitamin c.

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61 Responses to #SundaySupper Sangria Fruit Salad

  1. I've wanted to see this recipe since you first said you were making it – sounds AND looks delicious!! Happy #SundaySupper Cindy!

  2. Magnolia Days says:

    What a lovely salad! So refreshing and I really like the wine in it. Yum!

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  7. Soni says:

    Love the lovely colors in your salad and the dressing sounds super delish (love the orange,lemon and lime zests!!!)

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  12. Mama F says:

    yum, that looks so tasty and refreshing. Question, I know it wouldn't be the same, a lot of my extended family doesn't drink, could you sub the wine for grape juice?

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      Absolutely! Concord grape juice for red wine and if you'd rather do white grape, I'd cut out the OJ! You can always offer wine on the side, too! 😉

  13. Alaiyo Kiasi says:

    Oh YUM! Sangria is among my favorite cool summer drinks. When I saw that you made a Sangria Fruit Salad, I had to come over to get this recipe! It looks so refreshing and it's the essence of summer!


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  17. diabeticfoodie says:

    Sangria is one of my favorites, although I don't get to drink it too much anymore. Putting it in fruit salad is brilliant.

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      That's what nice about it, its good without the wine. You can substitute white grape juice for the wine too!

  18. smallwalletbigappetite says:

    This is such a creative idea to fancy up a simple fruit salad.

  19. juanitascocina says:

    WOW! I'm in love with the dressing! This sounds amazing!

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  21. weekendgourmet says:

    This is really right up my alley…can't wait to make this for brunch when we have our family reunion later in the month!!

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      Hi Wendy! Let me know how you like it and any personal touches you think are good!

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  23. redkathy says:

    Cindy, I love sangria and fruits! Your recipe sounds fabulous and sooo simple I'm going to serve it on the fourth. My son is coming to eat with us and he loves fruit as much I do. I know he's gonna love this. I think I'll ask him to take some photos for mehe's a photographer [wink wink]

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      You got it Kathy! Very simple but you can always add your favorite spices if you like! The fruit combo colors will make a good photo!

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  25. familyspice says:

    I love the addition of wine to your fruit salad. Quite frankly, the best of sangria is the wine-soaked fruit!

  26. I just love sangria on a hot summer day! This fruit salad gives you all the taste but not that much alcohol. Great idea!

  27. I love the dressing for this! Fruit salad is traditional, but it is one of my favorites. The dressing sounds like a great twist.

  28. Wow someone shared this recipe during #sundaysupper. I definitely have to try with the zests and wine!

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  30. themessybakerblog says:

    I love this fruit salad, and I love the addition of wine. I wouldn't mind taking my fork and digging right on in.

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  32. trish0605 says:

    This would be a hit at any occasion!

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  34. wakanetwork says:

    This looks really good! Another great recipe from you my dear. Thanks

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  36. Lane says:

    Mmm I love fresh fruit and I love wine!

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