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White Sangria Jello

Spring is here! And with spring comes a new batch of spring-time jello treats. Far starters, this fruity white sangria jello, made with a little bit of white wine, and a whole lotta grapes, strawberries, and apples, is sure to be a hit at any garden party.

8 thoughts on “White Sangria Jello

  1. Hello! I’m a long time lurker, and i’m going to try making some fun jello myself soon, can I make a request? I’m sure i’m not the only one who’s like a post on tips and tricks for making jello and how to get them neatly out of the molds! Anything you would like to share would be great! Thanks!


  2. this sangria thing – what is your recipe for the jelly? I used to make a similar one with champagne, grapes, rose petals- and probably strawberries- but I lost the recipe, Now I need to make it to serve on the 21st, so I will make it on the 20th- if you can get back to me with your proportions I would be grateful.

    1. Hi Barbara, below is my recipe. Good luck and thanks for visiting my blog!

      1/2 cup water
      1 1/2 apple juice, boiling
      2 envelopes of Knox unflavored gelatin
      1 1/2 cups cold white wine
      1 cup sliced strawberries
      1 cup grapes, sliced in half
      1 cup diced apples

      In large bowl, sprinkle Knox over 1/2 cup water until gelatin absorbs water. Stir in boiling apple juice for at least 2 minutes until gelatin is dissolved. Stir in wine . Place in the fridge until gelatin thickens (to the consistency of raw eggs). Fold in strawberries, grapes, and apples. Spoon into mold and refrigerate until firm.

      1. This is the Jello salad recipe that i have been missing. I collect cookbooks and have been trying to locate this one recipe among the thousands. I finally decided to go to the internet. Thank You so much. I also substitute non alcholic sparkling wine (st. Julian) so the kiddies can enjoy too.


        Lisa Lazarek

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