Tequila Aficionado Christmas: Tequila Recipes

In addition to our recipes developed here at the Tequila Aficionado Test Kitchen for Apple Crisp, Cranapple Crisp, Pumpkin Pie, and Mochamisu, we have several other suggestions for adding tequila to your holiday menus (in addition to just drinking it).

Check out these great tequila recipes and suggestions (click on any of the images for recipes and/or more information):

apricot tequila glazed turkey

 

 

 

Serve a little Tequila and Lime Jalapeno Cranberry Sauce on the side!

 

limarita tequila lime sorbet

 

For a little palate cleansing after that heavy holiday dinner, be sure to lay in a healthy supply of LimaRita Tequila Lime Sorbet.

 

tequila spiked caramel corn

 

Tequila spiked caramel corn throws a grown-up spin on a winter tradition.

 

 

cocoa, tequila

Mexicocoa looks like a crowd pleaser whether you’re watching Christmas specials on ABC or ice skating on the pond.

strawberry mango margarita compote

Strawberry Mango Margarita Compote isn’t traditional but looks festive enough for any holiday table, especially while mangos are in season!

 

tequila chili

 

 

A little 2+2 Tequila Chili is easy to make ahead and could keep you warm on a cold winter day.

 

jalapeno carrot cake

 

 

 

Skip the fruitcake and go straight for the Hoppin Jalapeno Carrot Cake, courtesy of Lucinda Hutson!

tequila lime coconut fudge

 

Ready for a new twist on the traditional Christmas fudge?  How about a Tequila Lime Coconut Fudge to kick the festivities up a notch?

 

And for that special someone who deserves the very best…

 

victorian truffles, tequila truffles

Victorian Truffles

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Lisa Pietsch is the Chief Operations Officer of Tequila Aficionado Media, a USAF veteran, a multi-published novelist and freelance writer, a social media marketing consultant, and the mother of two boys. She has a passion for good tequila, foreign languages, and travel in all forms. Lisa currently makes her home in San Antonio, Texas.

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