Picture of Sangria Cheesecake
I you had to think of a famous Spanish beverage, without a doubt, you'll think of Sangría.

In Spain, Sangría is mostly drank in summer, since it is very refreshing and it has a low percentage of alcohol.

If you want to surprise your guests with an exotic dessert, this sangría cheesecake is a great option!

Step 1: Ingredients

Picture of Ingredients

For the cheesecake:

-150 gr (5 oz) of plain/butter cookies.
-150gr (5 oz) of butter.
-200ml (7 fl oz)  of cream.
-1 yoghurt.
-Flavorless Jell-o (Enough to make a pint and a half).
-250gr (1/2 lb) of cream cheese (Philadelphia).

For the Sangría:

-1 cup of sugar.
-Red wine
-Fruit (I used an apple, a pear and an orange)
-Juices/sodas (I used pineapple juice and orange soda)
Two great treats on their own can only be better when combined, right? Great instructable.
scoochmaroo3 years ago
This would be a great entry for the Cocktails Challenge
gonal (author)  scoochmaroo3 years ago
Would I be able to participate? Does this count as a photo instructable?
Ha! I already forgot my own rules. I think I'm running too many contests. Sorry :(
gonal (author)  scoochmaroo3 years ago
Haha, it's okay, I just wasn't sure. Either way, is it ok to make a photo instructable of this or that would be against instructables policy?
wilgubeast3 years ago
This is really well-documented. For a better chance at getting featured, particularly for your recent cheesecake projects, include a better main image. Pretend it's for a super-fancy restaurant with tiny portions and inedible garnish on a white plate. Try this food photography instructable for some tips and tricks.
gonal (author)  wilgubeast3 years ago
I'd love to, but I'm a student, living alone and the materials I have are... let's say limited xD
That looks delicious! What a unique cheesecake :)