Frozen Grapefruit Margaritas are the BEST summer cocktail! Fun, frosty and refreshing! And they're perfect if you're entertaining because you can make them ahead of time. They get even slushier and better in the freezer.
My main goal when I host a get-together, is to serve the most delicious food and drink imaginable that can be made ahead of time. These Frozen Grapefruit Margaritas are exactly that.
If it's 80 plus degrees outside, as it was on Wednesday evening when I made these for a friend's birthday gathering, all the better! Hand someone a slushy grapefruit margarita on a hot night and you'll be rewarded by smiles of happiness and appreciation.
Frozen margaritas are a perfect celebratory spring/summer cocktail. I love that they can be made the day before and kept, covered in the freezer. In fact they get even better overnight, because they become super slushy. When you're ready to serve, rim the glasses, scoop in the margaritas, and enjoy!
I love warm weather entertaining, plotting delicious things to barbecue, fabulous side dishes using fresh summer produce, and great drinks! I've listed some of my favorite summer recipes below. So if your weekend BBQ menu is still undecided, maybe I can help
Here are some of my favorite festive recipes for summer parties and backyard barbecues:
APPETIZERS & SNACKS FOR THE GRILL
- Indonesian Grilled Green Beans with Lemon Aoili
- Grilled Figs with Prosciutto and Burrata
- Grilled Artichokes with Lemon Aioli
- Roasted Tomatoes and Mushrooms with Grilled Bread
- Grilled Zucchini Caprese Stacks
MAIN DISHES FOR THE GRILL
- Korean BBQ Burgers
- Mexican Spiced Grilled Chicken with Nectarine Salsa
- Grilled Turkish Kofta Kebabs
- Grilled Skirt Steak with Chimichurri Sauce
- Yakitori Chicken
- Thai Coconut BBQ Ribs
GREAT SIDES TO GO WITH BARBECUE
- Out of this World Orzo Pasta Salad
- Corn Tomato Avocado Salad
- French Potato Salad
- Moroccan Carrot Salad
- Three Bean Salad with Creamy Lemon Dressing
Here's the recipe for Frozen Grapefruit Margaritas. If you make them I hope you'll come back and leave a comment to let me know what you think.Print
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