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ALCOHOL-FREE STRAWBERRY MARGARITA

Updated: Feb 5

We are standing strong with our dry January commitment here on Jasmine, and as soon as we saw the recipe for these alcohol free strawberry margaritas come across from one of our all time favorite clean eating websites, Clean Food Crush, we knew we had to replicate them! If you haven't heard of Clean Food Crush, you should run, not walk, to their website! We are always using recipes from there that are easy and guilt free! You will love it!



We tweaked the original recipe a little bit and went the lazy girl way by using bottled grapefruit juice. We also cut out the raw honey or pure maple syrup because we like our margaritas a tad bit on the tangy side instead of the sweet side! You really can't go wrong with what you decide! This recipe makes two beverages - feel free to adjust for the amount you are looking to make!


INGREDIENTS

  • 4-5 strawberries

  • Lime wedges (1 lime)

  • 1/4 c. fresh squeezed lime juice (2 limes)

  • 1 jalapeno

  • Sea salt (optional - for garnishment)

  • 1/2 c. grapefruit juice

  • Sparkling water

  • Ice

  • Raw honey or pure maple syrup (optional - for sweetness)


DIRECTIONS

  1. Mix sea salt and zest of a lime on a small plate. Use a lime to rim your glass with lime juice and dip into the mixture.

  2. Divide your strawberries evenly and muddle in your glasses.

  3. Fill each glass with the amount of ice you prefer, add one slice of lime and a couple small slices of jalapeño.

  4. Divide your grapefruit juice, lime juice and honey or syrup equally between your two glasses.

  5. Top with sparkling water

  6. Serve immediately!

The fresh strawberry margarita mocktail, served in a mason jar with strawberry's, lime and jalapeno's placed around the bottom of the glass.

These margaritas are so good we had to stop ourselves from drinking them while we were snapping some photos (if you look closely, you'll notice the fill level goes down in some photos 🤣) The tequila aficionado's that we are couldn't even tell the tequila was missing in them - no joke! We can't wait to break this recipe back out in the warm summer weather, or try them with tequila in February!








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