Frozen strawberry margaritas are so refreshing! This margarita recipe is made with all-natural ingredients, and it’s ready in under 10 minutes. Recipe as written below yields 1 cocktail, so multiply as necessary. Just don’t fill the blender past the maximum fill line (trust me!).
Per margarita, multiply as necessary
2 ounces silver/blanco tequila*
1½ ounces fresh lime juice
1 ounce fresh orange juice
1 teaspoon agave nectar or simple syrup, more to taste
Heaping ½ cup frozen strawberries, preferably organic
Scant ½ cup ice cubes
For salting the rims of your glasses
About 2 teaspoons kosher salt
Small lime wedge
First, prepare your glass(es): Pour the salt onto a very small plate. Run a small wedge of lime around the upper outer rim of your glasses (I usually only salt half of the rim, so I can control how much salt I get in each sip). Roll the dampened rim into the salt mixture. Set the glass aside and repeat as necessary.
In a blender, combine the tequila, lime juice, orange juice, agave nectar or simple syrup, strawberries and ice cubes. Blend until smooth.
Taste and add more a bit more agave nectar if the mixture tastes harsh or just doesn’t quite sing, then blend again. Pour the mixture into your prepared glasses. Feel free to add a few ice cubes to your glasses to keep your drink cold. Serve immediately!
Recipe adapted from my frozen blueberry margaritas and skinny margarita recipe. *Tequila recommendations: You definitely want a 100% agave tequila, to avoid any unnecessary additives (also, 100% agave tequila is gluten free, whereas others may not be). My favorite brands are Espolón and Milagro.
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