Prickly Pear Frozen Margarita
This margarita comes from Muy Bueno: Three Generations of Authentic Mexican Flavor by Yvette Marquez-Sharpnack, Veronica Gonzalez-Smith, and Evanglina Soza, courtesy of Hippocrene Books, Inc. The author of the recipe writes: Grandma had several nopales (cactus paddles) growing along the fence in her backyard in El Paso. Together we would pick the tunas (prickly pears) off the cactus, peel, and eat the sweet fruit. As a tribute to my Grandma – who loved her tunas and color de rosa (the color pink) – I dedicate this beautiful pink margarita in her honor.”
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This frozen treat puts a colorful spin on the traditional mararita.
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Frozen Hot Chocolate
I’m not a fan of chocolate — gasp! — but I actually like this thick, sweet dessert in a glass. If you think cocoa can only be enjoyed hot, think again. Inspired by the famous version at Serendipity in New York City, this simple recipe isn’t hard to make, and looks mighty fancy when served in classy stemware with a dollop of whipped cream. Enjoy it with a straw — or a spoon! Click here to see Chocolate, Chocolate, Chocolate!
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Watermelon Margaritas
Our favorite fruit makes the perfect ingredient for a fiesta margarita. Val Harrison, of the blog More Than Burnt Toast, shows us how to whip it into a margarita — and she says that she's not even a fan of watermelon! 
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