Mocktail Hawaiian Sangria Recipe

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I am so-oooo ready for warm weather to be here. I grew up in Hawai’i and miss the sun and warm weather. Really miss it. When I start getting homesick, it know it’s time for me to whip up my Hawaiian Sangria recipe. I’ve been making a mocktail version recently as I’m focusing on healthier drinks.

glass of yellow drink with pineapple and hula girl spike on tropical tablecloth

I’m almost embarrassed to share the recipe with you because it’s so very easy to make. But you’d never know how easy it is, because it’s so refreshingly tropical.

close up of two glasses with drinks and fruit in them and cutting board of fruit in the background

If you know me at all, you know I’m all about simple ideas that impress. I’m a busy mom and don’t have time for complicated, but I still want to enjoy special treats and share them with (and impress) my friends. After a busy week, I like to invite friends over for a relaxing get-together and my Hawaiian Sangria recipe is always a hit. (And did I tell you how embarrassingly easy it is?)

Hawaiian Sangria Recipe


12 oz Sparkling Water

1 oz Mango or Pineapple Syrup – You can find it in the adult beverage section of your grocery store. 

2 silver cans of sparkling water next to fruit cut on cutting board

Fresh Fruit – Pineapple, mango and papaya are staples, but I often add raspberries for a pop of color. 

Step One

overhead view of fruit on cutting board, fruit in ice cube tray and silver can of sparkling water

Cut fresh fruit into slices and into chunks. The fruit chunks should be small enough to fit into your ice cube tray. Add the fruit to the ice cube tray first, then fill with sparkling water.  Freeze for a couple of hours or overnight.

glass with ice cubes filled fruit and cutting board of fruit in background

The fruit looks festive in Hawaiian Sangria ice cubes, but it also slowly adds more flavor to your Hawaiian Sangria as the ice cubes melt without watering down the flavor.

Step Two

2 glasses with drinks and slice of pineapple on white wood table

Fill your glass with Hawaiian Sangria ice cubes. Add the mango or pineapple syrup to your glass and then add the sparkling water. I used a combination of Raspberry Lemonade and Lemon Sparkling Water. The Raspberry Lemonade and Lemon combo is refreshing in a sparkling way with just the Hawaiian Sangria fruit ice cubes, but add the mango syrup and it’s a heavenly taste of Hawaiian Sangria paradise. Embellish your glass with a fresh slice of fruit. 

overhead view of 2 glasses with orange drink and hula girl spear with pineapple

Could you use a relaxing party with friends? My Mocktail Hawaiian Sangria Recipe is the perfect festive and refreshing drink for any get-together.

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  1. I just love Mango and pineapple together with bubbles! This would be such a refreshing drink on my back patio!! -client

  2. I think this is a drink I will be making and enjoying all summer long. I crave a fresh and sparkly drink when it is hot outside. Plus, it reminds me of my vacation in Hawaii!

  3. I love your fruit ice cubes! Any drink that will transport me mentally to Hawaii, is a drink worth enjoying!

  4. I’m a fan of sparkling water and fruit juices. My current favorite is a tart cherry juice but I’ve been thinking I need a change with the warm weather coming. I’m trying the pineapple juice. Love the ice cubes and the hula girl…they will make the drink taste so much better.

    1. Oooh, tart cherry sounds delicious, Monica. Don’t the bubbles in sparkling water make all the difference in making a drink more fun?

  5. Oh does this look refreshing!!! I have some cousins who grew up in Hawaii – which was great for me because I got to go visit them once! Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe on This is How we Roll link party.

  6. Oh my, this looks so refreshing, especially on a hot day like today. I like that the recipe is simple. It also turned out so pretty. I wish that I lived next door to you so I could run over for a drink, but I guess that I will have to make my own! Thank you for sharing at This is How We Roll.

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