Easy Spooky Halloween Sangria

My children and I love to attend as many Halloween parties and events as possible during October.  Fun, candy, friends, candy, costumes, did I say candy? After all that fun and Momma hustle I love a glass of this Spooky Halloween Sangria.

While I love those Halloween events, the getting ready for them can be downright exhausting… even stressful! By the time I’ve wrangled 6 kids into costumes I appreciate adult friendly food and drink at the Halloween parties we attend!

This year my crew is also insisting that I too dress up. I’m not sure yet what costume they (I mean we) will come up with. Last year my daughter dressed as an Indian, so I wore my flannel and borrowed my Dad’s hat for my costume. I guess that one costume set a precident- now they expect Momma to dress up too.

On top of deciding on a costume for myself, my girls and I are having a ‘no spend’ Halloween- so the costume must be something we already own or can borrow. And, since we have little ones, nothing too scary. Got any ideas for me? I’d love to hear them.

So by the time I dress myself, and help the 6 of them get ready I’ll definitely be ready for an adult drink when we arrive at our parties! I absolutely love this delicious and easy white wine apple sangria recipe.

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How about mixing up this delicious and fun Apple Sangria with a Hint of Peach for the ladies at your next Halloween gathering? Add some spooky eyeballs and creepy spiders and these yummy drinks are ready to join the Halloween party themselves!


After all that hustle getting 6 kids into Halloween costumes Momma needs a glass of Spooky Apple Sangria (with a Hint of Peach). Thankfully it’s easy to whip up and even better to enjoy!Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Spooky Halloween Sangria {with a Hint of Apple + Peach}

Ingredients:Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

  • 750 ml bottle (or 3 1/4 cups) Chardonnay (or if you prefer red, choose Cabernet Sauvignon)
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 3/4 cup peach schnapps
  • 1/3 a can of apple juice concentrate (approx. 8 tablespoons)
  • 2 cups of sliced and/or cubed apples
  • 1 cup of sliced and/or cubed peaches

Directions:

Mix together 3 1/4 cups of wine and 3/4 cup of peach schnappsSpooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Mix in 1/3 a cup of sugar.Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Stir in 1/3 a can of frozen apple juice concentrate.Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Cut several apples and peaches. Save a few slices for decoration and garnish, then cut the rest into bite-sized cubes. Add the fruit to the Sangria.Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Place in the fridge overnight if possible, or for at least several hours.

Just before guests arrive, pour the Sangria into glasses and garnish with fruit slices, eyeballs, and spiders.Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

This Spooky Halloween Sangria recipe is absolutely delicious. Try not to drink it all before your guests arrive! In fact, better make at least a double batch!Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

Won’t it be so much fun to watch all the little ones enjoy the Halloween fun while enjoying time with girlfriends (and this yummy drink)?Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}If you are looking for an easy and yummy Halloween dessert- great for kids or adults- check out my Halloween Dirt Cake recipe.

Spooky Halloween Sangria {with a Hints of Apple + Peach}

Spooky Halloween Sangria {with a Hints of Apple + Peach}

Ingredients

  • 750 ml bottle (or 3 1/4 cups) white or red wine
  • 1/3 cup sugar
  • 3/4 cup peach schnapps
  • 1/3 a can of apple juice concentrate (approx. 8 tablespoons)
  • 2 cups of sliced and/or cubed apples
  • 1 cup of sliced and/or cubed peaches

Instructions

  1. Mix together 3 1/4 cups of wine and 3/4 cup of peach schnapps.
  2. Mix in 1/3 a cup of sugar.
  3. Stir in 1/3 a can of frozen apple juice concentrate.
  4. Cut several apples and peaches. Save a few slices for decoration and garnish, then cut the rest into bite-sized cubes. Add the fruit to the Sangria.
  5. Place in the fridge overnight if possible, or for at least several hours.
  6. Enjoy!

Nutrition Information:


Amount Per Serving: Calories: 15Carbohydrates: 4g

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Spooky Apple Sangria {with a hint of peach}

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7 Comments

  1. I love Sangria! That looks super yummy — the twist of peach is a great idea that I haven’t tried.
    I love the idea of Halloween fun for grownups.
    🙂
    Traci

  2. The sangria sounds delicious and a great blend of apple and peach. I love the eyeballs! What are they? Are they edible? The spiders are a great touch!

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