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White Orange Sangria

This week I made my Sweet’N Low White Orange Sangria as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #SweetNLowStars

It is nearly the end of summer, but it is still blistering hot outside. I have family coming in town from the North and I want to put something delicious and low calorie together for them to drink pool side. I decided to put together a sangria that is made with the fruit that I had on hand. I do live in the Sunshine State and our primary export a ton of oranges and orange juice. Also, instead of using sugar, I used Sweet’N Low. It is a seriously tasty and refreshing cocktail and the best part is that there is no added sugar in this recipe. It is a perfect cocktail for when you want something a little sweet but don’t want to add those extra calories that adding sugar brings.

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Ingredients
-  Bottle of White Wine – I used Cupcake Sauvignon Blanc (ARV $8.99) This is my fave, but you can use any white wine. If you want a refreshing Sangria, this would be my choice. 
-  2 Cups of Orange Juice – Of course, I used Florida Orange Juice. Must support the local economy.
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5 Packets of Sweet’N Low
-  1 Can of La Crox Orange Sparkling Water – This is also a product of the U.S. made in Wisconsin and owned by the National Beverage Corp., Fort Lauderdale, Florida. It is 100% natural with nothing artificial.
–  3 Oranges Sliced in rounds.

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Instructions
1. Slice the Oranges in to rounds and place them into the pitcher first.

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2. Pour in the white wine and 2 cups of Orange Juice.

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3. Add 5 Packets of Sweet’N Low

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4. Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving or if you have time, let it sit in the fridge over night.
5. Before serving, add the 1 Can of La Crox Orange Sparkling Water. If you have room in the pitcher, you can add a second can.
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6. Garnish with orange round in each glass and a cute straw.

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White Orange Sangria
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Serves: 6
 
Ingredients
  • Bottle of White Wine
  • 2 Cups of Orange Juice
  • 5 Packets of Sweet’N Low
  • 1 Can of La Crox Orange Sparkling Water
  • 3 Oranges Sliced in rounds
Instructions
  1. Slice the Oranges in to rounds and place them into the pitcher first.
  2. Pour in the white wine and 2 cups of Orange Juice.
  3. Add 5 Packets of Sweet’N Low
  4. Refrigerate for at least an hour before serving or if you have time, let it sit in the fridge over night.
  5. Before serving, add the 1 Can of La Crox Orange Sparkling Water. If you have room in the pitcher, you can add a second can.
  6. Garnish with orange round in each glass and a cute straw.

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To find more diet and diabetic friendly Sweet’N Low drink recipes, visit the Sweet’N Low Beverage Page or Facebook page.

What do you think of the Sweet’N Low White Orange Sangria? 

About the author: April is a Wife, Mother, Real Life Fashionista in South Florida with a passion for life, fashion, beauty and family. She loves writing, taking photos, getting dolled up, playing with puppy, Harrison Ford and spending time with my hubby and new baby daughter.

  • Liz @ A Nut in a Nutshell

    It sounds awfully refreshing to me. I’d love a glass!

  • Dede

    I’ve never tried La Croix but have seen it in the store. Will have to try it now, this looks delicious!

  • suelee1998

    This looks amazing! I am trying to cut back on the sugar, this would be great for me.

  • Angela S

    Your images are fantastic! I would love to have a glass, or two, or three.

  • Shauna Torres

    oooh this sounds amazing. I should totally try it this weekend at our family BBQ

  • Amy Desrosiers

    I never thought of white wine and oranges. It does sound very appealing.

  • Stacie

    This sounds so good! White wine and oranges sounds like a perfect combination.

  • Carlee C

    This sounds like a wonderful combination. I was just talking to my mom today about ways to incorporate orange juice into a mixed drink.

  • Mama to 5 Blessings

    This sounds really yummy! Nice and refreshing, love oranges!

  • Pam W

    That looks really refreshing. I love that it uses Splenda. My husband cannot have too much sugar so we always use Splenda.

  • Francine Morrell

    This looks so refreshing!

  • OurOrdinaryLife®

    Oh yum!
    That looks refreshing and fun!

  • JadeLouise Designs

    I’m not a drinker; but those definitely look refreshing!

  • WhispersInspire

    OMG, this looks amazing. :D I want to make this NOW!

  • Momma Told Me

    I don’t drink, but everything up to the alcohol sounds yummy!

  • Chelley Martinka

    This sounds SO good! I can’t wait to make this (just a few more weeks til the baby is born!!!

  • Lori Pace

    I’ve never had an orange sangria. It sounds delicious.

  • cookiesandclogs

    What a fun combination with the sparkling drink and Sweet ‘n Low. Sounds refreshing!

  • Robin Rue

    That sounds right up my alley! Love it.

  • Janel

    Sangria is my favorite drink, but I have to wait till after November before I can enjoy any. But now I’m craving oranges.

  • http://www.mommyenterprises.com/ Stefani

    Sounds refreshing to me! I want to make some!

  • brett

    My friend loves oranges. I’ll have to share this with her.

  • Kristin Wheeler

    This drink looks so delicious and refreshing for the summer! YUM!