White Grape Spritzer
Looking for a fun and festive non-alcoholic drink to sip on this summer? This White Grape Spritzer is made with white grape juice, sparkling water and frozen grapes. It’s deliciously refreshing non alcoholic spritzer that’s super pretty and so easy to make!
Spritzers make lovely festive drinks to serve for holidays, special occasions or no occasion at all. They’re nutritious, hydrating and typically promote a healthy lifestyle.
White Grape Juice Spritzer Recipe
This spritzer drink is super easy to make. It’ll requiring a little planning ahead though, because you’ll need to freeze some grapes for about an hour (overnight even better).
- Grapes – We like to use a mix of frozen red and green grapes.
- White grape juice – Use unsweetened white grape juice and make sure it’s nice and chilled before serving.
- Sparkling mineral water – Use whatever seltzer or sparkling mineral water you prefer, just make sure it’s also nice and chilled before serving.
- Ice cubes – Fill your glass or pitcher with as much ice as you like, just remember it will dilute the flavor of the white grape juice even more (since it’s already mixed with sparkling water).
- Garnish – We like to garnish with sprigs of fresh mint.
How to Make Non Alcoholic Spritzer
You’ll want to add this easy spritzer recipe to your collection of healthy non alcoholic drinks to make for special occasions. This spritzer is also a fun drink to serve during warm summer months when dining al fresco.
- Freeze Grapes – Place 24 grapes in an airtight freezer bag and freeze for an hour until they’re frozen and frosty. Freezing them overnight is even better.
- Fill glass with ice – Put several ice cubes in wine glasses (or glass type of your choice) and add 5-6 frozen grapes to each glass.
- Add white grape juice – Pour 1/4 cup of grape juice to each glass.
- Add sparkling water – Fill the glass with sparkling water. Alternatively you can mix the white grape juice and sparkling water to a wine carafe and pour into each glass.
- Garnish – Garnish each glass with sprigs of mint.
What are Non Alcoholic Spritzers
A typical spritzer is a cocktail made with hard alcohol or wine and sparkling water, seltzer or sparkling wine. Non-alcoholic spritzers (also called mocktails) are made with fruit, fruit juice, homemade syrups, herbs, non-alcoholic bitters and sparkling water. These festive and pretty non alcoholic drinks have grown-up flavors that you can serve at parties, baby showers and birthdays. Or, since they’re healthy, sip on them all summer long.
Seltzer Water vs Sparkling Water
What’s the difference between seltzer water and sparkling water? The only real difference between seltzer water vs sparkling water is whether the sparkling water has been infused with carbon dioxide gas to make it bubbly or whether the sparkling water is a naturally carbonated with minerals from the source like Pellegrino and Perrier (sparkling mineral water brands from France and Italy). Seltzer water is often referred to as carbonated water, soda water and sparkling mineral water.
Looking for More Non Alcoholic Summer Drinks?
- Easy Homemade Limeade
- Pink Lemonade
- Sparkling Blackberry Mint Spritzer
- Strawberry Lemonade
- Arnold Palmer (Sweet Tea)
- Watermelon Juice
- Iced Orange Ginger Green Tea
- Antioxidant-Rich Blueberry Green Tea
- Fruit Infused Turmeric Tea
- Red and green grapes, frozen
- 3 cups white grape juice, chilled
- 1 cup sparkling mineral water, chilled
- Ice cubes
- Fresh mint
- Place 24 grapes in an airtight freezer bag and freeze for 1 hour or until frozen and frosty (overnight even better).
- Put several ice cubes in wine glasses (or glass type of your choice) and add 5-6 frozen grapes to each glass.
- Pour 1/4 cup of white grape juice to each glass then fill the glass with sparkling water. Alternatively you can mix the white grape juice and sparkling water in a wine carafe and pour into each glass.
- Garnish with mint.
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 124Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 13mgCarbohydrates: 30gFiber: 1gSugar: 29gProtein: 1g
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