Pineapple Margarita

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Don't buy margarita mix. It's full of unnecessary sugar, chemicals, and who knows what else.

A healthier, tastier, and just as easy option is here.

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Step 1: Frozen Pineapple and a Good Tequila

All you need is frozen pineapple chunks and a good tequila. If this is too simple and not challenging enough for you, you can get a fresh pineapple which will require lots of cutting and slicing.

You will also need a good blender.

Step 2: Sugar on the Rim (optional)

This step is optional but looks and tastes great. Wet the rim, usually with a lime wedge, and then dip in sugar. *

*do not dip into your bag or jar of sugar it will clump. What I did was put it on a plate. You can then throw out the clumpy sugar or add it to your margarita for a little more sweetness.

Step 3: Blend Everything

Put pineapple chunks into a blender. Vitamix rocks! Pour tequila over the pineapple chunks. Using a jigger or shot glass put in two to four shots, depending on your preference.

Step 4: Blend

It's that simple.

Step 5: Pour Into Your Sugar Rimmed Glass

Enjoy. Outside. By a pool or at a beach.

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