These frozen peach nectar margaritas with ginger sugar all around the rims are a delicious party drink. Fruity and refreshing anytime of year.
I have to admit I feel a little funny posting a cocktail recipe on a Monday. I promise I am not boring, but these peach nectar frozen margaritas are going to be worth it!!
(And if you love peaches as much as I do, try this Tropical Bourbon Peach Cocktail too!)
This margarita cocktail recipe has been sitting on my to-write queue for quite some time.
My to-do list is huge, and sometimes it is hard to prioritize what recipe I should post next. I usually have 7-10 gluten free recipes in my pipeline that are cooked and photographed…but the actual photo editing and then writing the post can often set me behind.
My brain is always on over-drive when it comes to thinking about flavor combinations, and what to make next. Mr. Fearless Dining won’t even go to the grocery store with me because I have to look at everything :-). Do you ever get this way in the grocery store?
How to make flavored sugar:
In making a ginger sugar, I used ground dried ginger spice and plain sugar. I added 1 1/2 teaspoons of the ginger to a cup of sugar. If you like a real ginger taste, you can use even more. I kept it all sealed in a container for 5 days, but from what I have read, it should be ready in 2-3 days. Think of all of the delicious flavors of sugar you can make!
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Tools You Need To Make This Recipe:
- Mason jars to seal up the sugar with ginger, or other flavorings.
- Vitamix to m
How to make a frozen peach margarita:
Frosty frozen peach margaritas with ginger sugar rim.
- 4 ounces tequila
- 2 1/2 cups peach nectar/juice
- 1 tablespoon lime juice
- ginger sugar for the rim
- 1/4 cup orange juice
- 2 cups ice
- Add all ingredients into the blender except the ginger sugar. Blend. Rub lime over rim of glass and dip the rim into the ginger sugar.
Yummy Appetizers to Try with this Drink Recipe!