Frozen Strawberry Margaritas

I’ve always been a margaritas on the rocks girl. It’s actually my favorite adult beverage. I don’t think I’ve ever ordered a frozen margarita, or made my own for that matter. My mom is a huge fan of them frozen, so she inspired me to make these. And my best friend’s mom makes the BEST frozen margs, so I figured I’d try them out with the plethora of strawberries I’ve been hoarding all summer!

These couldn’t be easier to make, and they’re so refreshing. All you need is puréed fresh strawberries, tequila of course, Grand Marnier, freshly squeezed lime juice, simple syrup, and ice! SO SO good.

The berry purée adds that extra dimension of sweetness and wonderful strawberry flavor. I can’t get enough of all the summer berries! 

These could also be made ahead of time and thrown in the freezer before your guests arrive! Or if you just want to make them for yourself and pull them out when you’re ready, I wouldn’t judge you at all. Sounds like a lovely idea in fact.

Keeping things short and sweet on this wonderful Friday because it’s my last day of vacation and I figured you’d wanna go make these ASAP to start your weekend!

These strawberry frozen margaritas are SO refreshing and easy to make! Only 6 ingredients, made in the blender, and perfect for entertaining!

 Prep Time 20 minutes

 Servings 4


1 1/4 cups fresh strawberry purée (about 1 pint of strawberries)
5 ounces tequila
2 1/2 ounces Grand Marnier
5 ounces freshly squeezed lime juice
4 ounces simple syrup
5 cups ice
margarita salt for rimming the glass
lime wedges for garnish
sliced strawberries for garnish

Check out these wonderful Cocktail Glasses PERFECT for this Cocktail!




Combine strawberry purée, tequila, Grand Marnier, lime juice, simpel syrup, and ice in a blender and blend until smooth. Rim glasses with coarse salt and serve with lime wedges and sliced strawberries!

Recipe Notes
*To make simple syrup, boil 1 cup water and 1 cup sugar until dissolved (about 30 seconds to 1 minute). Cool, store in the fridge, and use in cocktails! This will make more than you need for the recipe.

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