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This Fresh Strawberry Margarita Pie is made with fresh, ripe strawberries, smooth Altos Tequila, and a few other simple ingredients for a boozy summertime dessert!
Fresh Strawberry Margarita Pie
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With summer on the horizon, is there anything that hits the spot quite like strawberry pie? Maybe a margarita. Maybe a strawberry margarita. Wait, how about a Strawberry Margarita Pie? Yeah, that will do it!
This Fresh Strawberry Margarita Pie is made with Altos Tequila. Altos is a crafted tequila that celebrates modern Mexican authenticity. It has been my go-to tequila for more than a year, it’s made from 100% Blue Agave, I love how smooth it is and at such an affordable price point, what’s not to love. And it’s a delightful addition to so much more than cocktails, I love using it in my cooking and baking as well.
Fresh Strawberry Pies are all the rage these days thanks to the copycat recipes inspired by Shoney’s restaurant. And while this pie uses very similar ingredients, it’s the Altos Tequila that truly sets this pie apart from the others and offers a unique flavor profile and age requirement 😉
Fresh strawberries are loaded into a delicious butter crust and then topped with an Altos tequila, sugar, and jello mix and is then allowed to set for at least a couple of hours. Then top it with whipped cream, or better yet, my Cream Cheese Whipped Cream, and then slice in and enjoy this warm weather treat!
This pie is made with just 6 ingredients and I love how easy it is to make. It’s a pretty impressive dessert to bring with you to all your summer gatherings and everyone will love the ripened strawberries, flaky butter crust and smooth Altos Tequila laced throughout. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, sprinkle the top of your pie with a touch of salt.