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Making Classic Margarita’s By The Pitcher is easy on the host and the guests. The Margaritas are ready to go all you or your guest need to do is pour! Not all cocktails are created equal…Some are fussy and need to be made by the glass.


Margarita pitcher recipes are a welcome treat anytime. They heighten the excitement of watching the big game or streaming a favorite show. They can create toast-worthy moments at brunches and dinner parties, or simply show unexpected guests you’re glad they stopped by.


This easy recipe can be made as a single serving, as a pitcher margarita, or even as a frozen margarita! Making The Ultimate Classic Margarita is easier than you think - only 5 ingredients and you're in margarita heaven!


Mix together the tequila, orange liqueur/triple sec and lime juice in a pitcher. To serve, rub the rim of each glass with a cut lime wedge and dip the rim into salt to coat it thoroughly. When ready to serve, add frozen wedges of limes and lemons. Fill glasses with ice cubes, and pour your freshly-made margarita mix over the ice.


This recipe is great because it uses frozen concentrate limeade instead of sour mix, which I think makes them better! Sometimes sour mixes can be hit or miss, but the frozen limeade makes them consistent. Once you dump the limeade in your pitcher, just reuse the can to measure the water and the tequila. We like them much better than some restaurants here in Texas, plus the pitcher is great for ...


How to make a Pitcher of Margaritas: Pour the tequila, liqueur, and lime juice into a half gallon pitcher. Add ice to the pitcher, and stir to combine. Rub glasses with lime juice. I use the lime rinds that are left over after I squeeze all of the juice out…..


Scroll To See More Images. Nothing gets a summer party going like a good big-batch margarita recipe.Sure, you can stock your fridge with beer and put out some rosé on ice, but a pitcher or punch ...


Pomegranate Margarita Recipe {by the pitcher} You’re going to LOVE this pomegranate margarita recipe! This gets made all the time in the summer and is even pretty for Christmas. Be sure to use REAL pomegranate juice – I’ve tried it with a blended concentrate and it’s just not the same. Enjoy and be prepared to share the recipe :)


For a pitcher: In the bottom of a pitcher, stir together the tequila, lime juice, orange juice, and agave (do not add ice to the pitcher). Serve immediately (prepare the glasses as in Step 1) or place a sheet of plastic wrap over the top of the pitcher and refrigerate for up to 4 hours.


Place salt on small shallow plate. Rim two glasses with lime wedge, then dip in salt to coat rim. Divide tequila, triple sec, and lime juice between 2 glasses and stir to combine.