Rhubarb Strawberry Margaritas

The holidays are quickly approaching and with that comes the stress of what to prepare and serve to your guests. I love to try new, special items plus bring back favorites that everyone loves. This year, I thought we should make a new drink. We have our usual selections, what we know everyone likes, but this year I want to impress! Tastefully Simple has created a number of Holiday Fun Collections. There's something for every season. For Thanksgiving and the rest of the holiday season, there's the Holiday Gatherings Collection. As part of the collection, there are some amazing holiday entertaining recipes and you guessed it, the dazzling and impressive drink I was looking for. Give it a try. You won't be sorry. Oh, and you might just squeeze that particular recipe in through the year. It'd be great anytime!

Enjoy!
 - Mandi

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Rhubarb Strawberry Margaritas

Ingredients

Directions

  1. Place salt on a small plate. Moisten the rims of 8 margarita glasses and dip into salt. Set aside. 
  2. Combine tequila, Rhubarb Strawberry Fruit Spread, triple sec and lime juice. Blend until combined. Add sparkling water; pulse just to combine. 
  3. Place ice cubes in glasses; pour margaritas over ice. Serve immediately.

Makes 8 servings.

Blended Variation: Add desired amount of ice cubes to blender with sparkling water; blend to desired consistency adding additional ice as needed. 

Tips and Hints

  • You can change the flavor a bit with different flavors of sparkling water. Yum!
  • Make these non-alcoholic. They're super delicious and those that are pregnant, as well as kids can partake, too.
  • I actually preferred these blended. They're awesome on the rocks, but blended was by far my personal favorite.
  • I made a large batch of these drinks. After I blended them I kept the mix in the freezer during the evening. Each time we filled a glass we mixed it slightly and it worked great.
  • To make these beautiful drinks even more festive, try rimming your glasses with colored salt. Sugar would also be good. It's as easy as putting your sugar or salt in a resealable plastic bag, adding a few drops of food coloring and shaking it up until the color is distributed throughout.
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