Earlier this week, my girlfriends and I had the second of our new weekly craft nights. Last week, we drank grapefruit margaritas and did very little crafting at all. This week, we drank my classic margarita and actually did a bit of crafting.
I got this margarita recipe in college. It is foolproof, insanely tasty, and simple.
Katie’s Classic Blended Margaritas
- tequila (I like gold, but made it with white this time and it was fine)
- frozen limeade concentrate
- apple juice
Sounds weird right? Well, it is the perfect blend I assure you. Here is how you make it.
Fill a blender 2/3 full of ice. Then pour in enough tequila to cover about 1/3 of the ice. (You can fill it halfway up the ice if you want to get people sloshed. 1/3 the way up is for a reasonable evening.) Then, add 1/2 of a container of frozen limeade concentrate. Finish it up with a nice glug of apple juice. I would estimate about 1/2 a cup. Or to the top of the ice, depending on how strong and how sweet you like them.
Blend it up and voila! Magic! The apple juice gives it a nice sweetness and the limeade gives it the tang. This is way better than any premade mix you’d buy and about as easy.
I did another palate knife painting on our craft night. I found this picture of a bird that I just loved. Check out my interpretation! (Picture taken on my phone. Not good quality. The colors are brighter.)
Cute little bird.
I will name him George.
Just goes to show, that the girls and I can get some crafts done on craft night and not just drink margaritas. Shocking, but true.