Strawberry-Lime Margarita

Heather and I recently wrapped up our summer vacation. For our time away, we took a road trip from the Washington, D.C., area to the Northwoods of Wisconsin to celebrate the 50th wedding anniversary of Heather’s parents. The road trip, celebrations, and time with family were all wonderful, and we had many reasons to celebrate.

We might typically keep our libations simple for celebrations—Bold Rock cider is a favorite. But, sometimes, we want to add a little more flare. Nothing says flare in the summer better than a frosty, festive beverage. This strawberry-lime margarita takes advantage of frozen and fresh strawberries, lime juice, and tequila. If avoiding alcohol, or making for the whole family, this works great with seltzer or mineral water. We know you’ll enjoy this refreshingly tart drink the next time you choose to celebrate. It is not something to drink quickly, or in large amounts, but it is a lip-smacking treat.

Ingredients
5 C frozen strawberries
1 C freshly squeezed lime juice
1 C golden tequila (or non-alcoholic mixer, such as seltzer)
Sea salt, fresh strawberries, and lime wedges for garnish

Method

Blend frozen berries, lime juice and tequila in Vitamix. Should you use a non-alcoholic mixer, blend the berries and lime juice, and then lightly blend in the carbonated liquid.

Salt rim of glass, pour garnish and serve.

Strawberry-Lime Margarita Recipe [paleo, primal, gluten-free]

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Strawberry-Lime Margarita

  • Servings: 3-6
  • Time: 10 minutes
  • Difficulty: easy
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Ingredients
5 C frozen strawberries
1 C freshly squeezed lime juice
1 C golden tequila (or non-alcoholic mixer, such as seltzer)
Sea salt, fresh strawberries, and lime wedges for garnish

Method

1. Blend frozen berries, lime juice and tequila in Vitamix. Should you use a non-alcoholic mixer, blend the berries and lime juice, and then lightly blend in the carbonated liquid.

2. Salt rim of glass, pour garnish and serve.

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