Frozen Strawberry Margaritas

Frozen Strawberry Margaritas are the perfect summer cocktail. They're refreshing and perfect for hot days, but can be enjoyed year-round.

A margarita is a cocktail typically consisting of tequila, triple sec, and lime or lemon juice. One variation that’s gaining traction is the frozen strawberry margarita. Traditionally, this strange offshoot was made with a slushie machine. However, it can just as easily be made by blending together fresh strawberries and pouring over ice in a blender or shaker full of ice.

Don’t know how to make a Frozen Strawberry Margarita? Here’s the perfect recipe for you!

They’re easy and you’ll never have to worry about them going bad. So many people seem scared of making drinks that are frozen, but this recipe is a perfect example of how they can be so easy. You can even leave out the tequila if you like!

The best part about these margaritas is that they are really fruity and refreshing with just the right amount of sweetness.

If you’re feeling very adventurous you could replace the tequila with mezcal (it’s a similar thing).

Mmm, these frozen strawberry margaritas are sure to put a smile on your face!

How To Make Frozen Strawberry Margaritas

Pssst! You know where this is heading, right? Right. So, if you’re looking for a fun and refreshing frozen dessert for your next party or get-together, consider giving these Frozen Strawberry Margaritas a try. They’re ridiculously easy to make!

How to make Frozen Strawberry Margarita

Homemade Frozen Strawberry Margaritas

Swirl, salt, sip. You’re on vacation and your drink is perfect. Your margarita is frozen and it’s summertime. What could be better?
Prep Time 10 mins
Course Beverages, cocktails
Servings 2 servings


  • 16 oz bag frozen strawberries
  • 1/4 cup fresh lime juice
  • 4 oz white tequila
  • 2 oz Cointreau
  • Lime wheels and whole fresh strawberries, to garnish


  • Place half the frozen strawberries into a high-powered blender. Add lime juice, tequila, and orange-flavored liquor. Cover and blend on highest setting until smooth, approximately 1-2 minutes.
  • Remove vent cap on blender lid and add the remaining frozen strawberries one at a time while the blender is still running. Continue blending until all strawberries have been added and the mixture is completely smooth.
    Note: For thicker margaritas, add some ice until desired consistency is reached. For thinner consistency, add a little water.
  • Pour into serving glasses and garnish with lime wheels and/or fresh strawberries right before serving. Enjoy!
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