Total Time
Prep 5 mins
Cook 0 mins

A blend of the Southwest and Northeast with this delicious take on a Mexican classic. This is a great Autumn party drink. From Rachel Ray.

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Mix all the ingredients, except for the ice.
  2. Pour half of the mixture in the blender and fill the rest of the blender with ice.
  3. Blend.
  4. Repeat with second half of mixture.


Most Helpful

We enjoyed this very much! Having leftover fresh cranberries from the Holidays, we decided to give this Margarita a try. The fresh lime juice compliments the cranberry juice and berries perfectly. I used just a touch more sugar than the recipe calls for and also used Cointreau in place of the Grand Marnier. Running a cut lime around the rim of your glass and then dipping the rim in sugar and adding a slice of lime is a pretty touch to complete your serving : ) Thank you, barefootmommawv.

Bev January 13, 2009

This was great! I loved it. I did cut back on the lime a little bit just becuase we usually think that less is more when it comes to lime. I used triple sec instead of the Grand Marnier. Other than that i wouldn't change a thing. It makes so much too that it would be the perfect party drink. Thanks so much for sharing!

Shelby Jo November 15, 2008

A very beautiful margarita. I have tried Grand Marnier many times now but I just don't care for it. I might like this better with Triple Sec. Made for *My Three Chefs* 2008 my theme: *Fruity Margaritas*

Charlotte J June 03, 2008

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