National Margarita Day is this Saturday! Not that we needed an excuse to treat ourselves to this delicious Mexican concoction, but really any reason is a good one when it comes to indulging your taste buds and friends with a fun and festive Margarita. This cocktail comes in all sorts of flavor combinations, and I’ve searched the world wide web to bring you the best Margarita recipes from the most creative Latino/a Food Bloggers. Pick your favorite, and get ready to shake, blend, and make a toast to National Margarita Day and anything else worth raising a glass for (I’m sure you can think of a few things).
Hibiscus Flower Margarita by Leslie from La Cocina de Leslie
Recently, I’ve been hearing more and more about Hibiscus Flowers in food, so when I saw this Margarita it caught my eye. Not only do these flowers give a nice taste and coloring to this Margarita, they also infuses it with lots of health benefits! Hibiscus is used to treat a loss of appetite, colds, heart and nerve diseases, and stomach irritation, among other things. So make this Hibiscus Flower Margarita and consider it a toast to good health. For more recipes from Leslie, visit her here.
Frozen Sunrise Margaritas by Yvette from Muy Bueno Cookbook
Two things are awesome about this take on the Margarita. First, it is a fusion between two classics – a Tequila Sunrise and a Margarita – and second, the beautiful sunrise effect of this cocktail makes it Instagram worthy. It’s the perfect Margarita to impress someone with. Maybe this one calls for a toast with tu amorcito for many more sunrises spent together. For more recipes by Yvette, visit her here.
Avocado Love Margaritas by Adriana from Adriana’s Best Recipes
Okay, you’ve read the title… Do I need to say more? There is avocado in this Margarita potion… Avocado! If you love your avocados as much as I do, this recipe is sure to be one to try como que ya. It looks like you can finally have your guacamole and drink it, too. Let’s raise our glasses to creamy avocados and anything and everything else our hearts feel passionate about. For more recipes by Adriana, visit her here.