White Sangria Jello

April 1, 2010 at 12:07 am | Posted in Alcohol, Apple, Booze, Grape, Strawberry, Wine | 8 Comments
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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.


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  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!


    • That is something I’m working on. Let me get back to you……

  2. yes please!

  3. 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.

    • 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.

      • 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

      • Glad I could help!

  4. sorry, I typed in my address wrong. this is right.
    I will be using a sweet San Michelle Muscat wine.

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