Sangria Fruit Ice

Lovers of refreshment in the summer heat of Spanish sangria will appreciate even more refreshing fruit ice based on this a drink. Red wine is evaporated on the stove and then infused in refrigerator with pomegranate, orange and grape juices, as well as slices of oranges, apples and pears. Pour over molds and freeze. Due to the small amount of corn syrup in sangria, ice acquires a more delicate texture. Great treats for summer home parties. Share with friends: Photo Sangria Fruit Ice Time: 40 minutes plus time freezing Difficulty: easy Quantity: 6 pops


In a small saucepan, mix 1/4 tbsp. sugar and water and heat over medium heat; cook until sugar dissolves. Remove from heat and let cool completely. Pour 750 into a medium-sized pot ml fruit red wine and simmer over medium heat until about volume 2.5 tbsp., about 10 minutes. Add chilled sugar syrup, 1 tbsp. sugar-free pomegranate juice, 2 tbsp. l corn syrup, orange juice and red grape juice, as well as 2 chopped apples, oranges and pears. Cool, put in fridge and let it brew all night. Strain the mixture and fill the fruit ice tins with sangria; put in freezer for 12 hours or at night. Recipes with similar ingredients: red wine, pomegranate juice, orange juice, grape juice, syrup

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