Friendsgiving Blackberry Margarita Recipes

This post was sponsored by IZZE. As always, all opinions are my own. Thank you for supporting Noodoso, and the partnerships that make this space possible!


Can you believe Thanksgiving is already next week? This year has just flown by. One of my favorite parts of Thanksgiving is not only celebrating with family, but with my closest friends as well. This year I’m planning a fun Friendsgiving dinner and honestly cannot wait.

I’ve partnerd up with IZZE to share these fun margarita recipes that are perfect for sipping with your pals at your own Friendsgiving celebration. I’ll be serving these pretty things and just know they’ll be a huge hit! Not to mention, the colors are perfect for fall. (Insert all the heart eyes here)

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

What you’ll need:

Blackberry Clementine & Rosemary Margarita

1 oz. Tequila
1 oz. Cointreau
2 oz. IZZE Sparkling Clementine
Fresh Blackberries
Rosemary

Blackberry Lime & Sage Margarita

1 oz. Tequila
1 oz. Cointreau
2 oz. IZZE Sparkling Blackberry
Fresh Lime Juice
Sage

To make these margaritas, add all liquid ingredients to a mixing cup (don’t shake these since you’re using a carbonated drink base.) Salt the rim of your glass, pour your margarita over ice, then add the herbs and berries/lime to garnish. For more berry/herb flavor, gently muddle a few blackberries and/or your herbs in the bottom of your cup before adding the ice.

That’s it, you’re done! Your guests will think you spent a ton of time making these margs, giving you more time to focus on the other tasks on your hosting list. (You can thank me later fo that. 😉 )

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

IZZE Friendsgiving Margaritas - Noodoso

Do you host a Friendsgiving dinner? What will you be serving? What are your favorite Friendsgiving traditions?

xo, Suzanna