Learn How to Make Low FODMAP White Wine Sangria!
I don’t know about you, but my herbs are growing like wildfire! And since I am a floral designer, it’s my busy season. There’s really no cooking going on in my kitchen. I’m lucky if dinner is takeout. So what to do with all that mint and basil?
Drink it of course!!! And this White Wine Sangria with Basil & Mint turned out beautifully.
By the Pitcher-Full
A frosty pitcher of white wine sangria on a table is just sooo inviting looking. The fruit bobbing around, the ice clinking against the side, the fact that it’s made in batches meant to be shared.
It’s just so beautiful. This sangria made with mint, basil and navel oranges is bright, light, and smells amazing. A friend said I should try to bottle it as room spray!
I think you will find this easy White Wine Sangria to be refreshing and festive, yet easy enough to make on short notice.
For some more inventive, delicious and thirst-quenching low FODMAP drinks, check out the following:
- Blood Orange Ginger Mint Spritzer
- Cranberry Cinnamon Swizzle
- White Wine Spritzer
- Tropical Frosty
- Mint Hot Chocolate
- Honey Lemon Ginger Tea
- Vancouver 75
- Basil Orange Smash
- Moscow Mule
- Rose Martini
- Fennel Rhubarb Gin Spritz
White Wine Sangria with Basil & Mint
Served in the appropriate serving sizes, you CAN enjoy sangria on the low FODMAP diet. Our mixologist Susan Chatzky shows us how.
Low FODMAP Serving Size Info: Makes about 7 cups (1.7 L); serving size 1 cup (240 ml) of sangria mixture over ice
- 1, 750 ml bottle of a dry white wine, Pinot Grigio works well
- 1 naval orange, peeled, sectioned, seeds removed, sections cut into 3 pieces each
- 1 medium cucumber, scrubbed and sliced into ¼ inch (6 mm) slices
- (15 g) fresh mint chopped
- (15 g) fresh basil chopped
- 1/4 cup 60 ml Simple Syrup (optional, you may prefer it dry)
- 3 cups (750m) of sparkling water
Place your chopped herbs into the bottom of a pitcher. I like clear glass so that I can see all the pretty colors.
Add your naval orange and cucumber slices, then add the simple syrup, if using it.
Add wine to the pitcher and refrigerate for 2 to 3 hours.
When you are ready to serve, add sparkling water and ice. Serving size will be about 1 cup (240 ml) of sangria mixture over ice.
- Pick a white wine that you enjoy drinking as is for best results.
All nutritional information is based on third-party calculations and should be considered estimates. Actual nutritional content will vary with brands used, measuring methods, portion sizes and more. For a more detailed explanation, please read our article Understanding The Nutrition Panel Within Our Recipes.
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