Discussion
  • I am shocked that you would suggest Splenda in a recipe. Aren’t we supposed to get rid of “fake food,” especially ones that could cause cancer?

    From Amy Kleinman
    April 13, 2011

  • This recipe is great for our guests who have diabetes, and would like to enjoy a sweeter beverage. Everything in Moderation is the key to preventative health concerns and still allows you to enjoy the foods that you love.

    From Chef Jen
    April 14, 2011

  • Splenda has proven links to ALzhimer’s disease. How about using Truvia or one of the other natural sweeteners?

  • I agree. I’ve researched Splenda and the results are very poor. Splenda gives me such gastro problems! When I worked in the healthcare field, diabetic patients who used Splenda saw spikes in blood sugar levels.

    From Marie Waehler
    June 10, 2011

H3 Recipe: Sangria

sangria

As you enjoy the sun and warm weather, reach for a cold drink!  Try our fruit Sangria.  Perfect for an afternoon treat or to serve at your next ‘mock-tail’ hour. 

H3 Fruity Sangria

 

Ingredients:

2 cups Grape Juice, no sugar added

½ cup Cranberry Juice, no sugar added

1 cup Orange Juice, no sugar added

1 cup Splenda

1 each Orange, fresh, sliced, for inside sangria

1 each Lemon, fresh, sliced, for inside sangria

1 each Lime, fresh, sliced, for inside sangria

1 pint Raspberries, or strawberries fresh for inside sangria

1 gallon Water

4 cups Ice

Optional Orange, lemon, and lime slices for garnish

Optional Raspberries, strawberries, or grapes for garnish

Preparation:

In large pitcher, place all ingredients.  Stir until well incorporated.  Let mixture sit for an hour in refrigerator.  Serve in individual glasses with fresh fruit for garnish.  Enjoy!

Serves:  8
Serving Size:  8 ounces
Total Calories:  38

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