This easy Tropical White Moscato Sangria recipe is a SUPER easy cocktail, perfect for Summer parties! Made with better for you ingredients and SO tasty!
PIN Tropical White Moscato Sangria
If you’ve ever meet me in real life, you’ll probably find out one key thing about me in the first 5 minutes:
Like, whenever I visit a new location, I must find the restaurant with the best sangria. I don’t care if it’s negative forty-two billion outside and the ground is covered in snow, I EVEN WANT WINTER SANGRIA.
Christmas time? Bring on the Sparkling holiday champagne sangria!
Summer time? Frozen sangria please!
See also: I have the palate of a 5-year-old and the only wine that I CURRENTLY like is Moscato. AKA: juice with boozy goodness.
All you fancy merlot-or-other-dry-red-wine drinking people out there, how do I be you? I WANT to like dry wines so that I can feel like a classy person who can drink them on their own instead of just when it’s a mulled red wine cake. But, alas, I am the funfetti protein cookie eating, cookie dough overnight oats for breakfast loving person that craves SWEET THINGS.
all about white moscato sangria
What does Moscato Sangria taste like?
If you know me, you know I’m ALL ABOUT summer drinks in the yard while we’re firing up the grill! Pass me a healthy champagne cocktail or serve me up an orange cranberry cocktail and I’ll ALWAYS say yes! Refreshing drinks are my JAM and you’re going to adore this moscato cocktail I’m about to introduce you to! I use pineapple and mango for a fruity, delicious, tropical drink that you and your crew will love!
Is it super sweet?
I used moscato in this cocktail, so you may think it will be overly sweet, but really, it’s all about balance! YES, this drink it on the sweeter side, however I also splashed in some tasty and hydrating coconut water and a zing of lime to keep flavors and sweetness balanced! If you and your crew prefer a less sweet sangria, feel free to use a dry white wine.
If you’re mixing up your sangria and don’t have white moscato on hand, feel free to shake things up and use pink moscato instead! It will alter the flavor a little but will still be DELISH.
Can I use other fruits?
The beauty of a recipe like this is that, unlike baking which involves math (leave that to Mr. FFF), you can switch things up and get creative! If you don’t have pineapple and mango on hand, you’re free to use whatever fruits you desire! Strawberries, peaches, or cherries would be a FAB addition to this white moscato sangria.
Moscato Sangria Recipe Ingredients
You’re going to LOVE the ingredients in this delicious cocktail- they’re straight forward, sweet, delicious and will give you a taste of the tropics! To mix up a round, you will need:
- Bottle of White Moscato
- Coconut Water with Pineapple
- Mango Flavored Vodka
- Pineapple, cubed
- Mango, cubed
- Lime, thinly sliced
How to make Moscato Sangria Wine
In a large pitcher, pour the white moscato, coconut water, and vodka. Stir well to combine the three liquids. Add the chopped up pineapple, mango, and lime and stir them in.
Pop the pitcher in the fridge and allow it to refrigerate for at least 2 hours. This will allow the flavors to develop and make it fruity and delicious!
Pour it into the glasses of your choice and DRINK UP!
How long should Sangria sit in the fridge?
The taste of sangria is unique as the time in the fridge allows the flavors to infuse into the alcohol and bring ALL those fruity notes you love! For this sangria, I recommend allowing it to chill in the fridge overnight as that will REALLY bring out the flavor of the pineapple and mango and make it so fresh and tropical! If you don’t have that kind of time and need to whip up a pitcher last minute, not to worry! As long as you let it chill for at least 2 hours, it will still be a refreshing and delicious cocktail to serve up!
Other Healthy Cocktail Recipes
- 1 750 Bottle White Moscato *
- 1 1/2 Cups Coconut water with pineapple
- 1/2 Cup Mango flavored vodka
- 1 Cup Pineapple, cubed
- 1 Large Mango, cubed
- 2 Limes, thinly sliced
- In a large pitcher, stir together the moscato, coconut water and vodka.
- Stir in the pineapple, mango and limes. Refrigerate for at least 2 hours, up to overnight, to let the flavors develop.
- DRINK UP!
Tips & Notes:
Recipes written and produced on Food Faith Fitness are for informational purposes only.
FOR THIS RECIPE, I RECOMMEND:
Weight Watchers Points Per Serving: Freestyle SmartPoints: 8 Points+: 3. Old Points: 6
(per 1/4 of the recipe – including fruit)
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