If you've never had a Frozen Mango Margarita you don't know what you are missing. Compared to a classic margarita that is more on the sour side, mango margaritas are much sweeter.
You might be inclined to use fresh mangos but they are a real pain to slice. If you've never tried cutting a mango, trust me on this one. Plus the frozen mango will give you all the flavor you need for this yummy margarita recipe.
Also using frozen mango means you don't need to add any ice to make this awesome Mexican cocktail. If you do decide to use fresh mango you will need to experiment a bit to determine how much ice you need to add to get the correct flavor profile.
As far as the Tequila is concerned, you can use whatever brand you have on hand. While a good expensive Tequila may sound good, remember you're not doing tequila shots. It's one of many ingredients. No need to water down a good top-shelf tequila.
I recommend using fresh limes whenever possible for this mango margarita recipe but in a pinch, you can use the bottled kind. Just try to use a quality brand of lime juice to maximize the flavor of the margarita.
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📋 Gather your Ingredients
You will need the following ingredients to make this Frozen Mango Margaritas recipe (see recipe card for quantities): Frozen Mango, Tequila, Triple Sec, Juice of 4 Limes, Water and White Sugar.
🥣 How to make Frozen Mango Margaritas
Place all the ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
Add some additional sugar to a small plate. Coat the top edge of the margarita glass with the leftover lime. Place the rim of the glass on the sugar to coat the rim.
Pour the mango juice into the prepared glasses.
Frozen Mango Margaritas 🥭
- 32 oz Frozen Mango
- 1 Cup Gold Tequila
- 2 oz Triple Sec
- Juice of 4 Limes, about ½ Cup
- 1 Cup Water
- ½ Cup White Sugar, plus sugar for the rim
- Place all the ingredients in a blender or food processor. Blend until smooth.
- Add some additional sugar to a small plate. Coat the top edge of the margarita glass with the leftover lime. Place the rim of the glass on the sugar to coat the rim.
- Pour the mango juice into the prepared glasses.
Nutritional information provided for this recipe is based on 1 serving. This information is an estimate and may vary based on several factors. If nutritional information is important to you and your diet, please verify this recipe with a Registered Dietitian.