Monday, August 20, 2012


After a hard Monday's work you may need a drink at 5 to take the edge off. :) In the Walker house, we are Margarita junkies. We just can't help it, that's our drink of choice. When I stumbled upon this little recipe on Pinterest I knew I was in trouble. You can read the original post here. The first time I made this I followed the recipe exactly and it was OKAY. I tweaked a few things and it was AWESOME. :) Be careful, these are dangerous!

1 can Frozen limeade concentrate
Tequila (use limeade can to measure)
Coronas (I usually use the smaller Corona bottles but if you use a bigger glass you can use the bigger Corona)
Optional: Margarita Salt

In a drink pitcher, add the can of frozen limeade concentrate. Then take your limeade can, fill it up with tequila and add it to the pitcher. Do the same thing with Sprite. Next, take the can and fill it half way with water and add that to the pitcher. Mix everything together until the limeade is thoroughly dissolved.

Take your cup and salt the ring with margarita salt. The way I have found that works best for this is to dip the rim of the cup into the margarita mixture and then into the salt.

Once your cup is salted, fill your cup 1/2-3/4 full of margarita mix. Then open your corona and quickly invert the bottle into your cup of margarita mix. This may take some practice... the first time I did it I had added to much margarita mix and my cup over flowed slightly. Each batch makes about 4 coronaritas.

Next, ENJOY! Like I said, these are dangerous so be careful. Here is a picture of the finished product:


  1. This is ingenious, and has become our new house drink. Think I will make some now..