Whenever there is an occasion that calls for margaritas, I am all in. Cinco de Mayo is an occasion that is worthy of margaritas! With the holiday quickly approaching, I thought it would be fun to plan a party with the girls. May 5th falls on a Friday this year, making it the perfect night for a little get together. I will be serving up plenty of my pretty Margarita Jello Shots in lime wedges. Scroll down for the recipe.
I found this wonderful hand crafted blanco tequila at my local liquor store in Florida. The name is Tease Me and it features an image of a mermaid on the label. Whenever possible, I like to use ingredients from local vendors. However, you may use whatever tequila you like. Blanco (or silver) is the best tequila for this recipe because it is clear and won’t give your jello shots a funny yellow/brown color that you might get from a gold tequila.
2 Packets of Unflavored Gelatin
1 1/2 Cups of Simply Limeade (or any brand of limeade you prefer)
1/2 Cup of Blanco (silver) Tequila
2 TBL of granulated sugar
Cut limes in half and scoop out the insides. Sprinkle a little granulated sugar inside each lime. Heat the limeade in a pan over medium heat and stir in the packets of gelatin slowly until they dissolve. Add the limeade and gelatin mixture to a pourable container. Pour in tequila. Stir until combined. Place lime halves into a muffin tin to keep them upright. Pour in the liquid until each half is full and refrigerate for 4 hours or until set. Slice into slices right before serving.
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