It’s Friday! Sit back and start the weekend off with this refreshing Watermelon Margarita. It is the best Watermelon Margarita recipe! Better yet, it is only 2 Weight Watcher points if you use the Stevia. As you can see I am giving the site a little summer spruce up. I have also customized my Twitter and Facebook. What do you think?
Time is flying by. Can you feel it? My oldest nephew is now a Jr. Higher. A Jr. Higher! How is that possible? I remember the day he was born and the first time I babysat him. I kept peeking in the bassinet to make sure he was still breathing. When his brother was born I took him to the hospital to meet his baby brother. Eighteen months later the three of us went to meet their sister and they jumped on the bed for fun. In a blink of an eye the time has passed.
I want to slow the time down and enjoy every moment of this summer. Did you make your summer bucket list? We are having an outdoor movie night next week and last week I had Pink Princess Pancake Party with my friend Lindsey and her adorable two little girls. What’s on your list? If you haven’t made one whip up these margaritas, sit down and dream.
This margarita is so refreshing and a great way to use up leftover watermelons.
If you are looking for a light summer salad try the Sugar Snap Pea and Endive Salad over at Skinny Chick Recipes. If you are on Pinterest let me know. I am slowly adding the AIK recipes onto boards which makes it easy to share with your friends. I’d love to see what is catching your eye these days.
2 Weight Watcher Points Plus per serving
- 4 cups cubed watermelon
- 1 packet stevia or 2 teaspoons sugar
- 3 limes, 2 juiced
- 8 ounces tequila
- 4 ounces Triple Sec
- kosher salt
- Place watermelon, stevia, lime juice, tequila and triple sec in a blender with 1 cup of ice and blend.
- Run lime around edges of glasses and dip in salt. Pour drink in glass and place lime on edge.
Serving Size 1 cup
Amount Per Serving
% Daily Value
Total Fat 0.1 g
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.