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4 Margaritas You Can Make with Baja Golden Margarita

If you love Margaritas but lack mixology skills, Baja Golden Margarita will become your favorite liquor this summer.

If you love Margaritas but lack mixology skills, Baja Golden Margarita will become your favorite liquor this summer. With just one bottle, you can make many different types of Margaritas without having to buy tequila, limes, syrup and other ingredients. These four recipes are great to enjoy poolside this summer and take less than five minutes to prepare!

Chamoy Frozen Margarita


INGREDIENTS:
2/3 cup Baja Golden Margarita
1/2 cup liquid Chamoy
Ice
Optional: chili powder or rimming salt

INSTRUCTIONS:
Start by rimming your Margarita glass with chili powder or salt. Next, place all other ingredients in a blender with a handful of ice. Use the pulse button to blend until it has a slushy-type texture. Pour into Margarita glass and garnish with a lime.

 

Pineapple Jalapeño Margarita

INGREDIENTS:
1/2 cup Baja Golden Margarita
1 cup pineapple juice
1 jalapeño
1 lime
Chili powder

INSTRUCTIONS:
Start by rimming the Margarita glass with chili powder. Squeeze the lime in a shaker and muddle the jalapeño with the lime juice. Next, add the Baja Golden Margarita and the pineapple juice and shake. Fill the Margarita glass with ice and pour the mixture over. Garnish with some sliced jalapeños.

 

Strawberry Frozen Margarita

INGREDIENTS:
2/3 cup Baja Golden Margarita
1 cup washed strawberries with stems cut
2 tablespoons sugar
Ice

INSTRUCTIONS:
Place all ingredients into a blender and mix on medium setting until you have achieved a slushy style consistency. Pour the mixture into a Margarita glass and garnish with sliced strawberries.

 

Cucumber Margarita On the Rocks


INGREDIENTS:
2/3 cup Baja Golden Margarita
1 cucumber peeled and sliced
1/4 cup sugar
Ice
Optional: chili powder for rim

INSTRUCTIONS:
Start by rimming a Margarita glass with chili powder and fill with ice. Next, place all your remaining ingredients in the blender and mix on medium setting for a few seconds until cucumber is completely liquefied. If you prefer a lower calorie option, you can forego the sugar in this step. Next, use a strainer to pour your mixture into the Margarita glass filtering out cucumbers seeds. Top with more ice and garnish with a lime.
Tip: If you prefer frozen margaritas, you can blend the ice with the cucumber and Baja Golden Margarita.