These Easy Frozen Strawberry Margaritas taste like they were sent from heaven, especially on a hot day. They are the perfect frozen drink for Spring, Summer, Taco Tuesday and Cinco de Mayo.
This recipe is a MUST TRY & one of my favorite margarita recipes. Simple ingredients come together in the blender to create the most refreshing drink! So chill out and make this easy cocktail!
If you love Margaritas, make sure to try my Spicy Pineapple Margaritas too!
Why You'll Love This Recipe:
- It's so simple to whip up in the blender
- It is only a few ingredients
- No cutting or chopping
- This recipe only takes 5 minutes to make
- It's great for a party, just double or triple the recipe and whip up another batch when guests need a refill
Frozen Strawberries- Delicious, economical, and create the perfect frozen texture in a margarita
Fresh Lime Juice- For a fresh citrus flavor & used to garnish margarita glasses
Tequila- Classic liquor used in Margaritas. If you can find Patron silver, it is my absolute favorite. Anejo is also delicious and what I used in this recipe. I like to go with a higher quality when I can because it does make a difference in taste.
Grand Marnier- Liquor that brings in a orange citrus taste
Simple Syrup- For additional sweetness
Ice- To make these margaritas extra frosty
Salt-Not in the picture, but great for a garnish around the rim
How to Make Easy Frozen Strawberry Margaritas:
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For Salt around the rim of glass: Begin by squeezing the juice from 1 lime onto a plate and placing a few tablespoons of table salt or margarita salt onto another plate. Dip the rim of the glass into the lime juice then roll it into the salt.
Making the Margarita:
Into a blender, add in frozen strawberries, the juice from two limes, simple syrup, grand marnier, tequila and ice.
Blend until no chunks of strawberry or ice remain.
Pour into margarita glasses being careful not to touch the salty rim. Top with a lime wedge and enjoy this delicious frozen cocktail.
You can, but take out the ice in the recipe. It will still be on the thicker side. If you want a thinner version, you can try a package of fresh strawberries, but you will want to blend the strawberries first and strain out the seeds.
Yes, you can use triple sec to replace the Grand Marnier in this recipe. Any orange liquor should be yummy!
If you don't like tequila, rum would be delicious. This will quickly go from a Margarita to a Daiquiri, but both are so YUMMY!