Serve it alongside Cauliflower Potato Salad to offset those calories :). Others say, "it's alcohol, it will keep forever." Note that the coconut cream will settle at the bottom, but that’s okay. So glad you loved them as much as we do! These are the best! We drank it…because we didn’t want to waste the tequila. How much water don't use? I will be serving them at my next dinner party! (buyer be ware!). Yes, provided they are properly stored, the bottle is undamaged and there is no sign of spoilage (see below) - commercially packaged ready-to-drink margaritas will typically carry a " Best By," "Best if Used By," "Best Before", or "Best When Used By" date but this is not a safety date, it is the manufacturer's estimate of how long the ready-to-drink margaritas will remain at peak quality. This looks so refreshing! Pop a pitcher in the freezer to make it into a frozen margarita! this is an easy and delicious homemade margarita mix...just add alcohol! Score! Will be making it all summer long! I can’t wait to try it! How far ahead of time can I make them? You can get the ice bucket here and the pourers at World Market. If you like Margarita Pitcher Recipes that you need to make my Blackberry Margaritas or my Blender Frozen Strawberry Margaritas. I just love that its so s8mple and doesnt require triple sec. Granted I was testing it out the first two times, but still. Hi, I'm Julie, the voice behind the lifestyle blog filled with inspiration for effortless entertaining, home design and thoughtful gift-giving that celebrates everyday life. Garnish with red cranberries and a sprig of rosemary to make it look like a mistletoe on top of the drink. Mix 2 tablespoon of tequila, 1 tablespoon of triple sec, 2 tablespoons of the mixer (or to taste), and a sprig of fresh mint in a shaker. So, let's make our own and skip the store-bought mixes full of high-fructose corn syrup. *. All rights reserved. So glad you enjoyed them! But for yourself...do the good stuff :). . Love a classic cocktail. The trouble is, the purchased margarita mixes are full of unnecessary sugar and colors AND ingredients. We loved these with our tacos that we made on taco Tuesday! According to the Texas Agricultural Extension Service, unopened vinegar can last in the pantry for two years, and opened vinegar can last for 12 month. Pour through a strainer or use a slotted spoon to remove strawberries. If you prefer the more traditional flavor, simply add some orange juice when you add your liquor. Plus it looks like the holidays from the cranberries and rosemary. It’s 5 oclock somewhere right. What makes the difference? Pour over ice into the glasses and garnish as desired. How long do ready-to-drink margaritas last in the refrigerator once opened? Generally, a freezer can preserve a drink longer than a fridge. Your email address will not be published. It is sure to be a hit at your holiday party and guaranteed to give you the merriest of holidays! Simply whisk again to incorporate. : Skip the tequila and triple sec, and substitute with non-alcoholic margarita mix. This classic margarita is our favorite and I know it will be yours, too! Orange Jalapeno Margaritas A great combo of sweet and spicy, these are always a hit at parties! Toss the margarita mixes aside and get ready for the best sip! If you decide that you don't want to use fresh limes and lemons and go with the bottled route...try to find as good of a product as you can. In a large shaker, combine all ingredients. For this White Christmas Margarita Recipe you will just need to use a whisk to mix the coconut milk back up again as it tends to separate when it sits. If the ready-to-drink margaritas develop an off odor, flavor or appearance they should be discarded. So easy and delicious! . Was this recipe healthy, yes. I’m sure it’s 10x better than the mix you can buy! If you keep it inside a tightly sealed container, this cocktail can last as long as three weeks. So, try to make it for one-time use. It’s perfectly slushy! Perfect for a single margarita or an entire pitcher! Are opened ready-to-drink margaritas safe to drink after the "expiration" date on the bottle? We make these all the time, thank you!