The perfect summer cocktail is finally here! These are the tequila and mixed berry frozen Margaritas that you’ve been waiting for. They’re so easy to make and no one can resist them when the weather is hot.
There’s something so summery about berries and Margaritas.
Which is why I love to mix the two together in this mixed berries frozen Margaritas recipe.
They’re easy to make in a blender and you can even make them ahead of time.
Which makes them perfect for a Cinco de Mayo party or 4th of July cookout. Or pretty much any other get-together.
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Here’s your shopping list:
- Ice cubes – If you’re only making a few of these, ice cubes from your freezer should be enough. But for a party, you’ll probably need to buy a bag of ice.
- Frozen mixed berries – Fresh berries don’t work as well for frozen margaritas since they can make the drink too watery.
- Tequila – For the best tasting Margaritas, buy a good quality silver Tequila.
- Orange liqueur – I like to use Triple Sec but Cointreau or Grand Marnier will also work.
- Margarita mix – For a drink with less calories, use a skinny version.
How to make mixed berry frozen Margaritas
To make frozen Margaritas, you’ll need a blender that’s strong enough to blend ice.
Add in ½ cup ice, ¾ cup berries, 2 ounces Tequila, 1 ounce orange liqueur, and 3 ounces of Margarita mix to the blender.
Blend on high until all of the ingredients are well combined.
Pour into 2 glasses and serve immediately.
How to make frozen margaritas ahead of time
If you’re hosting a party and don’t want to be blending margaritas all night, you can make them a day or two ahead of time.
But you’ll need some extra freezer space to store them.
Mix up multiple batches of the mixed berry margaritas and add them to one (or more) freezer-safe containers. If you have a large blender, you can double or triple the recipe to make more at one time.
Put the lid on the containers and store them in the freezer until serving time. The alcohol will prevent it from freezing solid. And the ice won’t melt and dilute your margaritas.
When you’re ready to serve them, simply transfer the pre-mixed Margaritas to a pitcher.
Yes. Substitute 2 ounces of orange extract or orange juice instead of the orange liqueur.
To make your Margaritas thicker, add more ice to the mix.
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Mixed Berry Frozen Margaritas
- margarita glasses
- ½ cup ice
- ¾ cup frozen mixed berries
- 2 oz Tequila
- 1 oz orange liqueur such as Triple Sec or Cointreau
- 3 oz margarita mix
- Add all of the ingredients to the blender.
- Blend on high until well combined.
- Pour into margarita glasses and enjoy!
- For a lighter cocktail, substitute 2 ounces of orange extract or orange juice for the orange liqueur.
- To make the frozen margaritas thicker, add more ice to the blender.
- The margaritas can be mixed ahead of time and stored in the freezer until serving time.
Nutrition values are estimates only, using online calculators. Please verify using your own data.
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This post was originally published on May 7, 2021 but was updated with new content on August 19, 2023.