Pineapple Margarita with Raspberry Sauce
PINEAPPLE MARGARITA WITH RASPBERRY SAUCE WILL HAVE YOU DREAMING OF A VACATION IN THE TROPICS. TRANSFORM YOURSELF NOW!
Pineapple Margarita with Raspberry Sauce:
I have said it before; I love margaritas. They are my favorite hard cocktail. I like the original margarita and I like the fruit flavored margaritas. I have been making margaritas a number of years, and I have found that jams, preserves and jellies give the right amount of sweetness to a flavored margarita. In addition, they also add a little thickening to the drink.
Many of my recipes are created with ingredients that I have on hand. The pineapple was leftover from a carrot cake that I made. I also had the raspberry jam from another recipe I made. I always have tequila and Jose Cuervo on hand.
My blender is a 5 cup blender which I believe is pretty standard. Therefore, the measurements that I use in this recipe are based on this size. If yours is smaller or larger, you may need to adjust the ingredients a bit.
This cocktail recipe makes a somewhat thick drink because of the pulp from the pineapple. In fact, I like to whirl the pineapple with a little of the alcohol for a bit in the blender to pulverize the pulp.
If you feel the need for a short break in the action of the day, try this easy Pineapple Margarita with Raspberry Sauce. You will immediately see your stress level melt away. For another delicious margarita recipe, try my Peaches and Cream Margarita. The Spruce Eats has a post on 15 Best Fruit Margaritas to check out.
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Transform yourself to your happy place with this tropical boozy cocktail.
- 1 cup crushed pineapple with juice
- 3/4 cup tequila
- 1 cup Jose Cuervo margarita mix, no alcohol
- 1/2 cup raspberry jam
- 3 cups ice
To a 5 cup blender, add the pineapple and half of the tequila. Whirl a bit until the pineapple is pulverized.
Add the rest of the tequila, Jose Cuervo, raspberry jam and 2 cups of the ice. Whirl.
Add the last 1 cup of ice and whirl again. Pour into large margarita glasses.
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