Sangria is typically thought of as a summer drink but it’s so versatile that with a simple change of ingredients, you can turn it into a sipper for any time of the year. While traditionally made with apples and citrus, Carrie make this stunning (yet simple) drink by using tart and sweet pomegranate seeds instead, which pop with color against the background of white wine. To bring out the true flavors of the season, sprigs of woodsy rosemary infuse into the sangria overnight. The result is a refreshing yet seasonally festive drink that’s easy enough to make in large batches and elegant enough to serve at your Thanksgiving dinner.
“ As a busy mom of three, I tend to go for things that are fast and easy. I am a firm believer anyone can make the time to put home cooked meals on the table. Most of my meals are made in 30 minutes or less, leaving plenty of time for dessert! ”
Just because you’re busy doesn’t mean you can’t put great food on the table! This is why we love Carrie – the blogger, baker, and “master mommy” behind Bakeaholic Mama, where she shares her take on classic and family-friendly recipes from her New Hampshire kitchen. Even as a multitasking mom of 3, Carrie has found a way to be creative with her recipes to make them fit both her lifestyle and her passion – simple, fast, family-friendly and absolutely delicious. And, she always leaves room for dessert!
Pomegranates are a wonderful fruit but it can be difficult to remove the seeds. Learn our foolproof way to de-seed a pomegranate with no mess.Read the full tip >
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