Sassy & Spicy Margarita

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Happy Saturday, party people! Tomorrow Hailey and I are headed to New Bern, North Carolina to spend a few days with H’s sister-in-law, Sarah! Lily Rae and her cousin, Evelyn Grace, will be getting in some one on one cousin bonding time and I will be giving their mama’s a little break! Therefore I will be changing diapers and making them my special margaritas! I know, I’m the best aunt ever!

This recipe has been passed down to me from my mama and I’ve put my own little twist on it – adding a whole jalapeño! I love that it’s really easy to make and has minimal ingredients, I’m all about simple! If a cocktail is too complicated or takes too long to mix, sister is going to pass! I made these spicy margaritas for Cinco de Mayo and they were such a hit! The spice is always optional, but I think it makes the drink and it’s a little unexpected for your guests! I also sometimes add a little pineapple juice if I’m feeling extra sassy! As a hostess, you got to keep it interesting 🙂

Ingredients:

2 cans of frozen lime juice

Tequila of choice

Grand Marnier

Triple Sec

1 lime

1 medium size jalapeno

Directions:

  1. Fill blender with ice a little over half way.
  2. Pour in 2 cans of frozen lime juice.
  3. Don’t throw away your cans, you will use one of them as a measuring cup.
  4. Fill half way with tequila.
  5. Fill a quarter way of Triple Sec.
  6. Fill a quarter way of Grand Marnier.
  7. Pour the entire can into the blender.
  8. Chop a jalapeño and put into blender. This steps is optional, but if you leave out the jalapeño then it’s not really sassy or spicy. Just sayin’.
  9. Blend till completely mixed.
  10. Serve them up with a little lime and jalapeño garnish and voila!

I told you they’re super easy to make! I’ve also linked some fun bar cart accessories and entertaining items below! Enjoy!

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