Fresh Squeezed Citrus Margarita. Frosty Bliss.

Serve up some fresh squeezed flavor - blended into an icy, arctic, frozen swirl of margarita bliss. Serve alongside some homemade guacamole and warmed corn tortillas + spicy salsa for a perfect summer evening spread. Add a Mexican entree to make it a meal - (recipe suggestions + links ahead.) You can even enjoy this frosty blend without the alcohol - virgin style - as a cool refreshing smoothie. Fresh Squeezed Citrus Margarita recipe + pairings..

Side of lemon guacamole. (If you don't want to splurge with chips, serve guac with warmed corn tortillas.)

Fresh-squeezed citrus makes this frozen, frosty margarita a special treat.

The flavors of this Margarita are light and fresh – creamy and smooth. Lime and orange mingle with pineapple and banana. Tropical meets sunny for s super refreshing, fresh-squeezed flavor.

No Rules. The best part about creating a smoothie / margarita is that there is tons of room for modifications. You can use a wide variety of juices and fresh fruits – frozen too. Guava. Banana. Kiwi. Pineapple. Apple. Watermelon. Papaya. Coconut. Strawberry. Blueberry. Lime. Grapefruit. And on and on.. Blend up your craving.

My only rule: no “margarita mix” allowed...

Fresh Squeezed Citrus Margarita
serves two

1 cup fresh squeezed orange juice
1 ripe banana, frozen
1 limes, squeezed + pinch of zest
1/2 cup frozen peaches OR mango
1/2 cup frozen pineapple
1 cup ice
2 tsp agave syrup (opt’l)
3 shots gold tequila (to make virgin, sub with more fruit juice)

Directions: Blend. Pour. Salt glass rims (optional) serve with a lime or orange slice garnish.

Frozen Drink Tip! Instead of plain water ice cubes, try coconut water ice cubes for added electrolytes + hunt of sweet flavor.

Serve alongside guacamole + salsa. A few recipes:

* Lemon Party Guacamole
* Pumpkin Seed Guacamole
* Zucchini Guacamole (less calories!)
* Salsa Verde + Salsa Rojo

Entree pairing recipes..

* Cashew Cheese + Kale Enchiladas Rojos
* Chipotle Tofu Soft Tacos / Fajitas
* Vegan Tacos
* Mexi-Chopp Salad

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