Sweet’N Low – Sweet & Spicy Margarita

This week I made my  Sweet’N Low – Sweet & Spicy Margarita as part of a sponsored post for Socialstars #SweetNLowStars The inspiration came from a cocktail that I had at a local pub. It was sweet and spicy giving me the idea for this diabetic friendly and low calorie cocktail. It is truly a sweet and spicy margarita with no margarita mix in it.



1 oz. white tequila infused with Jalapeños and fresh pineapple
1 jalapeño (1/2 to garnish and 1/2 to infuse)
4 oz. pineapple juice
Splash of Lime Juice
1 packet Sweet’N Low
Rim Salt

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First, I started by infusing the tequila with cut up Jalapeños and sliced fresh pineapple. I left in the fridge for a half hour to chill it and get the flavors in there.

Next, mix together the pineapple juice, strained tequila, the packet of Sweet’N Low, tons of ice, and a splash of lime juice.

Rim the glass by using 2 plates, 1 with water and a packet of Sweet’N Low mixed in, and the other with the rim salt. Take the grass and roll it rim first into the water mixture and then into the salt mixture.

Garnish with a Jalapeño wheel and a lime wedge if you have it. This would be awesome as a frozen margarita as well.

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Pro Tips: If you want to go light on the spice, remove the white part and seeds of the Jalapeño before using. If you are serving at a party, start off mild with slices of jalapeño on the side to add as desired. 

Sweet and Spicy Margarita Recipe that is skinny and made on the rocks or frozen in a pitcher to be served at a party

These would go great with my Quesadillas and Vegetarian Ceviche Dip. Grab more Sweet’N Low recipes here. Also, follow them on your favorite social media like Facebook!

What do you think of the Sweet’N Low – Sweet & Spicy Margarita?

20 thoughts on “Sweet’N Low – Sweet & Spicy Margarita”

  1. What a clever way to make margaritas, I would have never thought of using Sweet n’ Low – what a great alternative.

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