How to Mix a Skinny Margarita With Melanie Knight

Lauren Smith |
Try this amazing recipe for a delicious, sugar-free margarita.

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Today we’re here with Melanie Knight of the Green Financial Group to change things up a little. Melanie has been with us for over a year and a half, and she’s quickly become one of our favorite people. Beyond doing client services on our behalf, Melanie is also a margarita aficionado—today she’s going to show us how to make a skinny margarita step by step:


  1. Mix one ounce of freshly squeezed lime juice with two ounces of tequila
  2. Add a half-ounce of agave for sweetness and to break up the acidity of the lime juice
  3. Add four to six dashes of orange bitters
  4. Add a spoonful of egg whites for that classic frothy top layer
  5. Shake the mixture thoroughly
  6. Pour into a serving glass and add a lime wedge as a garnish
  7. Enjoy!

Follow these steps and you’ll quickly whip up a delicious, sugar-free margarita for parties or just for yourself.

As always, don’t hesitate to reach out to us via phone or email with any of your questions. We’d love to help you.


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