Sangria Margarita

Sangria Margarita combines three simple ingredients to make a classic twisted frozen cocktail that is easily spooned and  served.
Sangria Margarita

Sangria Margarita

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

Sangria Margarita is my recipe of the day with the blogging group From Our Dinner Table.  We post on  Sundays with recipes on the same topic. This week we are  sharing  margarita recipes that are TDF.

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Sangria Margarita

This particular type of margarita is  one  I first  tried years ago when Bob Evans dabbled in Mexican restaurants (Cantina Del Rio). They had a layered sangria  margarita I loved.  It used sangria and margaritas  out  of a  machine, twisting together the frozen drink the way you ight get a twisted ice cream  cone.

They called  it  either the Twister  or the Texas Twister. You could be leveled like a tornado  if  you drank  too many.

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Sangria Margarita

Of course, I can’t twist it like the machines did, so I just spoon into a glass. You can try swirling if you like. But I prefer  it defined. It blends together soon enough anyway.

It is very easy peasy to make. Just  freeze the components. And spoon however much you need into  glasses.  So it is easy  to make ahead to have ready for guests or  a patio party. Not that we are out by the pool  in February. Unless you are in warmer climes.

We enjoyed these for Superbowl Sunday. Our team lost. Aw boo. But these margaritas softened the blow, as did our football food.

Sangria Margarita

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Sangria Margarita

Sangria Margarita

Sue Lau
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Prep Time 10 minutes
Freeze Time 6 hours
Course Beverages, Cocktails
Cuisine American
Servings 5
Calories 289 kcal


  • 750 Ml. Sangria wine
  • 750 Ml. Ready-to-Serve Margarita mix (with tequila in it)
  • 3 tablespoons grenadine syrup


  • Freeze sangria and ready-to-serve margarita in separate containers (I used plastic Ziploc/Tupperware tubs).
  • When frozen, use a fork to scratch it up like a granita since it will not be fully frozen (because of the alcohol).
  • Spoon into glasses with alternating colors.
  • Drizzle grenadine over the sangria part to improve the red color and to add a little sweetness and moisture (the drink will be very icy).
  • Serve with small straws and garnishes of your choice. You can also choose to rim the glass with sugar (I did not).


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Calories: 289kcalCarbohydrates: 44gProtein: 1gSodium: 117mgPotassium: 152mgSugar: 39gCalcium: 13mgIron: 1mg
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