3 Easy Margarita Recipes {National Margarita Day}

It’s National Margarita Day! And what a perfect day to celebrate this wonderful cocktail!

Why? Well here it’s an absolutely glorious sunny Saturday. And in my mind, no better way to start the off the weekend than sharing with you my 3 Easy Margarita Recipes from posts past to celebrate one of my favorite cocktails and its special day! These drinks are quick to mix up and the cool and refreshing tastes are perfect to enjoy on a beautiful weekend; especially after a long and challenging week! So pull out your favorite tequila and let’s get started because it’s five o-clock somewhere!

First up…the classic Lemon Lime Margarita. It’s made simply with homemade lemon simple syrup and freshly squeezed limes with a splash of Grand Marnier then garnished with fresh lemons and limes! It’s tangy and delightful. You really can’t go wrong with this version. It’s one of my go-to margarita recipes and I hope you will love it too!

Lemon LimeMargarita

Next up is the beautiful Cranberry Lime Margarita. The cranberry juice not only makes this margarita a pretty pink, but the tart flavor combined with a squeeze of fresh lime juice can’t be beat! And to make your drink a bit fancier, rim your glass with pink sugar — love it! Do you know why this is my favorite margarita? It’s pink of course! My taste buds are ready for this wonderfully sweet n’ tart cocktail!

Cranberry Lime Margarita

And last but certainly not least, a twist on the classic a Lemon Orange Margarita. Here you use thawed lemonade concentrate combined with orange juice and lemon-lime soda which makes for a delicious citrus combination. The best thing about this margarita is that you can make a large batch of it in a pitcher and sip on it all day and through the night. And today is that perfect day to do so. Simply delish.


So there you have it. 3 Easy Margarita Recipes in honor of National Margarita Day! Have a fabulous weekend!



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