Margaritas for a crowd couldn’t be easier!
You know what your summer is missing? A night with friends filled with fun, laughter, and a big pitcher of margaritas.
And I am 100% here for you with the easiest big batch margarita recipe. It all starts with a can of frozen limeade concentrate, and you then use that can to measure the rest of your ingredients. Dump it all into a pitcher with some ice and you’re done!
Last summer I was pregnant and all I wanted was a margarita. Not a sip of my husband’s, but one or ten of my own to slurp down on a hot summer day. It was a long summer.
So I guess you could say I’m making up for lost time?
Okay, so I didn’t drink all of this myself, I promise. These margaritas are, of course, best shared with others. And the “recipe” can easily be scaled up or down as needed to fit the size of your gathering.
So have a few (or more) friends over, make a big pitcher of margaritas, and enjoy the summer while it lasts.
Tin Can Margaritas
- 1 12 oz (375 ml) can frozen limeade concentrate
- 1 can tequila
- 1/2 can triple sec liqueur
- 1/2 can freshly squeezed lemon juice
- Lime slices
- Coarse salt
- In a large pitcher add the limeade. Use the limeade can to measure out the tequila, triple sec and lemon juice and add to pitcher. Add ice.
- Use a lime slice to moisten the rims of your glasses and dip in salt. Add remaining lime slices to pitcher.
- Pour and enjoy!