Frozen Mango Strawberry Margaritas are a perfectly delicious way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo (or any day for that matter) in a big way!
I originally shared this recipe in 2014. I've recently updated this post with additional information, including a recipe card complete with nutritional information, but the recipe itself (including the photos), has remained unchanged.
The ingredient list:
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- frozen mango chunks
- fresh strawberries
- coconut water
- kosher salt (optional)
Kitchen tools and equipment needed:
- high-speed blender
- paring knife
- cutting board
- shot glass (optional)
- plate (for salting the rim)
- rim salter (optional)
- skewers (for garnish, optional)
- pitcher (optional)
- large margarita glasses
How this recipe came to be:
When I had first purchased my Vitamix blender, I was looking for fun stuff to make in it.
Sure, healthy smoothies are great, but why not kick things up a little bit by adding a splash or two of tequila if you're able?
Can the alcohol be left out of this recipe?
Yes! Most definitely. And it will still be a refreshing a delicious frozen drink.
A virgin margarita is something anyone can drink, any time of the day.
Virgin Frozen Margarita's are always a delicious option!
Can other frozen fruit be used to make this margarita?
I've made many different flavors of frozen margaritas.
Additional frozen fruit options:
- mixed fruit
How to freeze your own fresh fruit:
Wash and cut (if needed) fresh fruit and berries. Lay them in a single layer onto parchment-lined baking sheets and allow them to dry slightly.
Place the fruit into the freezer and freeze for at least one hour to firm.
Remove the pre-frozen fruit from the freezer and place the individually frozen fruit into large zip-top freezer bags.
Frozen fresh fruit can be kept in the freezer for up to 3 months.
*Note - it is best to freeze peeled bananas.
Additional recipes using mangos and strawberries:
*Avocado Mango Salad with Lime Vinaigrette (shown below and featured in the video)
Heart-Healthy Avocado Mango Salad With Lime Poppy Seed Vinaigrette is a brightly flavored and satisfying salad. It makes a delicious dinner all by itself, or for extra protein why not add some cooked chicken breast or turkey? Your call. Your salad.
*Strawberry Sriracha BBQ Sauce (not shown)
Strawberry Sriracha BBQ Sauce is fruity with a touch of heat. It’s perfect for pork, chicken, and even fish.
*Mixed Berry Frozen Sorbet (shown below)
A delicious combination of Mother Nature’s finest summer berries are pureed and then frozen, into this luscious and healthy low sugar Mixed Berry Sorbet.
*Old-Fashioned Strawberry Rhubarb Bundt Cake (not shown)
Delight your family and friends with this Old-Fashioned Strawberry Rhubarb Bundt Cake. It’s so flavorful and tender that you’ll wish rhubarb was in season all year long!
*Frozen Mango Strawberry Margarita's (shown below) THIS IS THE PLACE!!
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Printable Recipe Card
FROZEN MANGO STRAWBERRY MARGARITA'S
- 5 cups frozen mango chunks plus extra for garnish
- 6-7 large strawberries hulls removed, plus extra for garnish
- 2 tablespoons lime juice 1 large lime, plus extra for garnish
- 1 cup coconut water
- 1 cup tequila
- 2 cups ice
- kosher salt optional
- -Place all the ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
- -Rim the glasses with lime juice and salt and fill them to the brim with the margaritas.
- -Garnish with mango, lime wedge, and strawberry on a skewer if desired.
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Jeannette Wentzel says
The frozen Strawberry Mango margarita's look delicious. We are barely surviving a heatwave this week, so these will cool me down properly.
I'm not sure where you're writing from but here it's cold and snowy.
Enjoy the frozen margarita, wherever you are. It's sure to cool things down in a good way!
Take care and cheers!
We don't celebrate Cinco de Mayo here but that's no reason not to enjoy your wonderful Mexican flavoured food and drink. What an enticing post Renee!
Kelly Rodriguez says
This looks fabulous! You had me at mango! Saving this one and trying it for sure. Thanks so much for sharing. Stopping by via the Bloggers on Blogspot FB group. 🙂 Cheers!
Angela Muir says
great cinco ideas! love it 🙂
You had me at mango and sold me with margarita! Pinning!
Meredith S says
Fun post! I love all the Cinco de Mayo ideas. Your painted picture is so cute! Wish I had half that talent! 🙂
Renee Goerger says
Thank you Meredith! You're very kind 🙂
Cari Dunn says
That looks so yummy! I think the drink would be perfect for summer evenings. Pinned so I can find it. Awesome photos!
Louida Martin says
I'm definitely pinning this! I love Mexican food and those strawberry margaritas looks very tasty!
Evelyn @ My Turn for us says
I love Mexican Foodies!!! And adding Mango to the Strawberry Margaritas is totally awesome!!
Renee Goerger says
Thanks very much Evelyn!