Friday, May 4, 2012

Pink Grapefruit Lime Margaritas With Agave

Pink Grapefruit Lime Margaritas are light and refreshing.

All I can say is this is a must for Cinco De Mayo! Oh my goodness..So yummy and easy too, perfect for a hot summers day! My sweet hubby made these to go with dinner the other night! Feel free to make this a virgin by omitting the tequila and triple sec. If you like a blended drink just add it to the blender!
 Now go get ready to make these for tomorrows festivities, you won't be sorry.
And while your at it you better make some of this too! Pico De Gallo

Juice 1 1/2 Pink grapefruit per person.
Juice 1 1/2 limes.
Add 1 shot silver tequila and 1 shot triple sec per person to a martini shaker, glass or the blender (if blending). 
Add grapefruit juice and lime to container. Add 1- 1 1/2 tablespoons Agave Nectar Per Person.
Now shake it all up or stir if using  a glass.
Look at my charming husband shake that! He's a keeper!
Use a lime with a slit cut in it to add lime to the rim of your glass!
Dip your glass in sea salt or sugar. We used sea salt but feel free to use either.
Fill your glass to the top with ice and top with the grapefruit juice mixture.
Garnish with a piece of lime or grapefruit!

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Pink Grapefruit Lime Margaritas With Agave

Recipe by Serena Bakes Simply From Scratch
Pink Grapefruit Lime Margaritas with Agave. Easy to make and delicious margaritas perfect for mexican night at home or Cinco De Mayo. Tasty and delicious. Recipe includes step by step instructions and photos.
Prep time: PT5M
Total time: PT5M
Yield: 2 Servings
Calories per serving: 329
Fat per serving: 0
  • 1 1/2 whole Ruby Red Grapefruit, Juiced
  • 1 1/2 whole Limes, Juiced
  • 2 shot Silver Tequila
  • 1 shot Triple Sec
  • 1 1/2 tablespoons Agave Nectar
  • Ice
  • Lime, Grapefruit, Sugar, Or Salt for garnish,
Cooking Directions
  1. Mix grapefruit juice, lime juice, tequila, triple sec and agave nectar into a martini shaker, glass, or blender. Mix until agave nectar is well blended.
  2. On a plate place salt or sugar. Cut a slit in a piece of lime. Rub around the edge of the drinking glass. Dip rim in the salt or sugar on the plate.
  3. Fill the glass with ice to the top and add the grapefruit juice mixture.
  4. Garnish with a small slice of lime or grapefruit.


  1. Currently trying to keep my carbs and alcohol down but this recipe does look good. Great post and cool pic of the hubs :-)

  2. I will surely try but without alochol :)

  3. Yes please! sounds prefect, i seriously hope that my commissary has grapefruits, if not I will be devastated.

  4. Ooooo this cocktail looks so refreshing...lime and pink gratefruit sounds like a fab combination! :-)

  5. YUM!! This will be great for Cinco de mayo today!

  6. Ps.. make sure you link this up to my Friday link party if you havent already! :)

  7. This would be perfect for our neighbors get-together! Why don't we live next door to each other? :) Have a wonderful weekend, my friend! xoxo

  8. Yum! This looks amazing and just in time for Cinco de mayo too!. Now following through GFC!

  9. Oh yum, I love grapefruit juice it's so tasty and I bet a grapefruit margarita would be over the top!

  10. sounds perfect for outside porch time I love warm evenings relaxing on porch here at home come see me at

  11. Oh Wow! This looks so GLAM & sounds wonderful ! Would love to try this & what a great way to start the weekend! Fantastic! :)

  12. Found this recipe via Unveil your Genius link up at "Goings on in Texas"...Very anxious to give this recipe a shot next time we are out by the pool!

  13. Looks delicious and refreshing! I'll definitely have to try this sometime. Following your blog now, looking forward to sharing with you!

  14. It is 9:30 am but I want one of these. Please share this on my foodie friday party today. Cheers.

    1. I think everyone should have one of these! So very refreshing!

    2. It's after 5 my time but I don't have the ingredients yet, can't wait to try this. Thanks for sharing it on foodie friday.


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