Strawberry Margaritas

I’m going to level with you here: this is the first time I’ve used my margaritas glasses for margaritas. I most often use them for fruit and yogurt at brunch. I’m just not a margarita person in general. I’d way rather have rum than tequila but I was determined to serve a delicious tequila cocktail at Disney Dinners: Coco so here we are.

Best Strawberry Margarita Recipe

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This recipes makes a pitcher of six margaritas. Make it when you can get really good fresh strawberries. Here in Texas, our summer season is long so even in mid-October I was able to get juicy strawberries at the store. It will make a huge difference. Do not make this in the dead of winter when you slice into a strawberry and it’s white. (Shudder.)

Best Strawberry Margarita Recipe

Best Strawberry Margarita Recipe

Don’t be afraid of the simple syrup in this recipe. It takes minutes to make. You just heat equal parts sugar and water in a saucepan over medium heat and whisk until the sugar granules disappear. That’s it! I like to keep simple syrup in my fridge because it blends so much nicer than sugar. Y’all should have seen my face when I researched margarita recipes and realized how many people blend granulated sugar with strawberries and tequila and a sweetener. That sounds awfully grainy to me! Simple syrup is worth the extra step for a smooth margarita.

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To salt the rim, dip glasses in simple syrup, shake off excess, and dip in rimming salt. Here’s how to make strawberry margaritas!

Best Strawberry Margarita Recipe
Strawberry Margaritas
1 pound strawberries, hulled and rinsed
1 cup tequila
1/2 cup simple syrup, recipe follows
1/4 cup Grand Marnier or favorite orange liqueur
Juice from 5-6 limes

  1. Blend all ingredients until smooth. Let rest for 3 minutes. Skim off foam if desired. Serve in a salt-rimmed glass with a lime slice.

To make simple syrup:

  1. Heat 1/2 cup sugar and 1/2 cup water in a small sauce pan over medium heat until sugar granulates disappear and mixture is clear, not cloudy. Remove from heat and let cool. Store in a jar in the fridge until ready to use.
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