Virgin (non-alcoholic) apple melon sangria is a great way to enjoy the taste of summer without the hassle of dealing with alcohol. This refreshing beverage is perfect for parties or just for sipping on a warm day. To make non-alcoholic apple melon sangria, simply combine apple juice, melon juice, and sparkling water in a pitcher.
Refreshing and flavorful
Add in some fresh fruit for flavor and garnish with mint leaves. non-alcoholic sangria is a refreshing and flavorful way to enjoy the taste of summer without the worry of overindulging. So, next time you're looking for a fruity drink to cool off with, be sure to give non-alcoholic apple melon sangria a try. You won't be disappointed!
Galia melon is a type of cucumber that originates from Galia, Israel. The melon has green skin with white stripes running along its length. It has a sweet, juicy flesh that is similar in taste to honeydew melon. Galia melon is often used in salads or as a dessert fruit. It can also be used in savory dishes, such as Galia melon soup. Galia melons are relatively easy to grow and are often found in farmers' markets or specialty grocery stores.
Granny Smith apples
Granny Smith apples are a variety of apple that is characterized by its green skin and tart flavor. Granny Smith apples are thought to have originated in Australia in the 1860s, and they are now one of the most popular types of apple in the world. They are also a good source of fiber and Vitamin C, making them a healthy snack option. When choosing Granny Smith apples, look for ones that are firm and have a deep green color. Avoid apples that are soft or have bruising, as these may be past their prime. Granny Smith apples can be enjoyed fresh, cooked, or baked into pies and other desserts. However you enjoy them, Granny Smith apples are sure to add a little bit of tartness to your day.
Prep time: 5 hours
Cook time: n/a
¼ Galia melon
3 tablespoon sugar
1-½ cup prepared lemonade
1 tart green apple such as Granny Smith
10-12 leaves of fresh mint
1 cup water
5 cups sparkling water
- Freeze the melon for 3 hours.
- In a large serving bowl or pitcher, mix together the waters
- Add lemonade and sugar
- Slice the apple and lemon. Add them to the water mixture.
- Take the melon out of the freezer and cut it into cubes or balls. Add it to the water.
- Put mint leaves in the refrigerator. Chill for 2 hours. Taste and add 1 tablespoon sugar if needed.
(Note: you can save time by doing this while the melon is in the freeze )
- Pour into glasses over ice.