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Blood Orange Margaritas

Updated: Oct 4, 2023

Throughout July we celebrate the monthly dedication to the Precious Blood of Jesus. As a way to bring this topic into our food and drink recipes I thought I'd try my hand at a blood orange beverage. I'm so glad I did because this cold, fresh, and summery drink was just what I needed on a hot July summer day. As we sipped our drinks we read about the Precious Blood of Jesus and I came across this profound quote that I have to share with you.


"The Precious Blood which we worship is the Blood which the Savior shed for us on Calvary and reassumed at His glorious Resurrection; it is the Blood which courses through the veins of His risen, glorified, living body at the right hand of God the Father in heaven; it is the Blood made present on our altars by the words of Consecration; it is the Blood which merited sanctifying grace for us and through it washes and beautifies our soul and inaugurates the beginning of eternal life in it."

Make this recipe with me so you can sip and read more too!


Blood orange margarita for the catholic monthly dedication of July.


Prep Time: 5 minutes

Total Time: 5 minutes

Servings: 2 drinks


Ingredients


1. 6 oz freshly squeezed blood orange juice

2. 2 oz lime juice

3. 3 oz tequila

4. 2 oz orange liqueur

5. 2 tsps sugar


Blood orange margarita for the liturgical living in the month of July.

Catholic liturgical living for the month of July.

Combine all your ingredients into a cocktail shaker filled with ice. Shake it for 30 seconds and pour your margarita into a glass lined with salt and filled with ice. Garnish with a lemon, lime, or blood orange wedge.


Cheers!


Blood orange margarita for the catholic monthly dedication of July.

Did you make this recipe? If so I would love to see it, drop a picture in the comment or send it to me on social media Facebook @HisGirlSunday or Instagram @steffani_hisgirlsunday.



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Catholic liturgical living with His Girl Sunday.


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