But, you know, not all at once.
Fact is, we're not eating enough fruits or veggies. As the Huffpost reported: According to a national survey, "only 13 percent [of respondents] said they ate the recommended amount of fruit each day. And only 9 percent ate enough vegetables."
Meanwhile, our national tequila intake approaches dangerously low levels. Presumably. We don't have the stats on that, sorry.
At any rate, these recipes are here to help you get your fruits and veggies in the yummiest (if not healthiest) way possible...by means of margarita.
Grateful nation, you're welcome.
Jalapeños are loaded with vitamins C and A. Meanwhile, the capsaicin promotes healthy blood flow and has anti-inflammatory properties. Cucumbers? Also healthy. Drink up.
Strawberries offer fiber, vitamins, and lots of antioxidants. Here's what WebMD says about 'em: "These potent little packages protect your heart, increase HDL (good) cholesterol, lower your blood pressure, and guard against cancer." Also, they play well with tequila and lime juice.
Lots of soluble fiber in bananas, which slows digestion and makes you feel full longer. They're also a rich source of potassium.
True, the grapefruit in this recipe is juice. And we're not counting juice. The pomegranate seeds granted this one access to the list. They're optional. But recommended.
Like strawberries, rapsberries are rich in antioxidants, vitamins, and dietary fiber. For best results, eat a handful while mixing this cocktail.
OK, how'd this one get in here? It features, uh, melon-flavored schnapps, not actual melon. So fine, we cheated. What do you want? We're a few margs into this list.
Avocados are nutrient dense with loads of vitamins (C, E, K, B6) and minerals and fiber, not to mention omega-3s and beta-carotene. Incredible.
OK, we're starting to suspect you didn't come here for the fruits and veggies. Which is why...this:
"Who says a margarita needs to be in a glass?" asks JaniceL. Good query.