If you want to know how to make strawberry daiquiri margaritas, then you’ve come to the right place. Strawberry daiquiri margaritas are great for summer. Watch the video below and discover how to make strawberry daiquiri margaritas. Strawberry Daiquiri Margarita ingredients:
It’s summer and nothing is more appealing than enjoying a good Margarita. That’s why today I’m gonna teach you how to make strawberry Daiquiri Margaritas.
Frozen Strawberry Margaritas
Frosty and sweet strawberry margaritas are a cinch to make at home. This cocktail requires only 5 ingredients and 5 minutes.
These Frozen Strawberry Margaritas are so refreshing! Frosty and icy, with just the right amount of sweetness. Writing this blog post, I just want to slurp these all over again. They taste like they just came from your favorite Mexican restaurant. Serve with chips and queso for a true restaurant experience.
This drink is perfect for parties, picnics, or enjoying on the porch. They are also a refreshing drink for hot days.
What are you waiting for, break your your blender it is 5 o’clock somewhere.
Why This Drink Is the Best
- Real Fruit: No artificial flavors here, just fresh juicy berries.
- Balance: Follow my Lime juice, and sugar ratio for the perfect balance of flavor. They’re not too sweet and not too sour.
- Easy and quick: Only 5 minutes from blender to your lips!
- Strawberries: Fresh or frozen berries work great.
- Tequila: Look for tequila that is labeled 100% agave. My favorite brand is Patron. The more expensive brands are lower in alcohol content, so you can use them if you want to add less alcohol to the beverage. A more expensive tequila will also reduce the morning after headache that some people experience after drinking.
- Triple Sec: This orange flavor liquor is optional but highly encouraged. Grand Marnier could also be used. If you don’t want extra alcohol you could substitute orange juice.
- Lime Juice: Use freshly squeezed for the best flavor.
- Use rum instead of tequila to make a strawberry daiquiri.
- Mix up the fruit: Pineapple, watermelon, or cranberry would be tasty too.
- On The Ricks: If you don’t have a blender you can also make this by muddling the strawberries. Mix with alcohol in a cocktail shaker (or mason jar) and strain before enjoying. Serve over ice.
- Non Alcoholic: If you’re avoiding alcohol leave it out and use soda instead.
How To Make Frozen Strawberry Margaritas
- Combine all ingredients in a blender.
- Dip the rim of glasses into lime juice and then sugar or salt.
- Pour into glasses and enjoy. Cheers!
How To Hull Strawberries
If using fresh berries, be sure to do this before blending.
- Knife Method: Use a sharp paring knife to cut around the top of the berry. Use your fingers to remove the stem.
- Straw: You can also use a straw and poke it into the bottom of the berry. The top will pop off like magic.
Pro Bartender Tips
- This drink can be as thick or thin as you’d like. Add more ice for a thicker slushier drink.
- This can be made ahead and stored in the freezer to enjoy whenever you’d like. Alcohol will not freeze completely leading to on-demand adult slushies.
- If you don’t like salt on your margarita use sugar for a sweet twist.
STRAWBERRY PEACH MARGARITA
A south-of-the-border classic with a southern twist.
- 3-1/2 oz. Mr & Mrs T® Strawberry Daiquiri-Margarita Mix
- 1-1/2 cup ice
- 1-1/4 oz. tequila
- 2 strawberries
- 1/2 peach
- Optional: Slice of lime, strawberry, and peach for garnish
In a blender, combine 3-1/2 oz. of Mr & Mrs T Strawberry Daiquiri-Margarita Mix, 1-1/4 oz. of tequila, 2 strawberries, 1/2 of a peach, and 1-1/2 cups of ice. Blend for 10 seconds or until smooth. Pour into margarita glass. Garnish with a slice of lime, strawberry, and peach.
Makes 1 Serving
This Strawberry Margarita is a perfectly balanced cocktail made with fresh or frozen strawberries, tequila, and a few other easy-to-find ingredients. Serve it on the rocks or frozen and rimmed (in white or pink). A refreshingly good drink for the warmer days with all your chips and salsa!
Hello, Friday! This popular Strawberry Margarita drink screams nothing but the weekend!
Not only that it’s super simple to make, but you can also serve it in many ways depending on your mood. And since I’ve been binge-eating these tortilla chips and guacamole for this blog’s Cinco de Mayo celebration, why not throw in a margarita drink to complete our virtual party.
And of course, if you just want a virgin strawberry margarita, then skip the alcohol part and just stir in good fresh sparkling water or soda. Bottoms up!
What is the Difference Between Strawberry Daiquiri and a Strawberry Margarita?
Another cocktail that is close to my heart is this Strawberry Daiquiri. Daiquiris and margaritas are somehow closely related to each other. The only difference is that a daiquiri uses rum, while a margarita uses tequila. But more or less they both taste as good as they look!
Strawberry Margarita Ingredients
This easy margarita recipe uses just a handful of ingredients and is very simple to throw together. You’ll just need
- Hulled Fresh or Frozen Strawberries – Naturally delicious berries that gives a distinct tangy sweetness. It also gives a vibrant red hue.
- Fresh Lime Juice – Extracted from fresh limes. this has comparatively higher sugars and acids than lemon
- Tequila – Happy hour isn’t complete without this alcoholic drink.
- Triple sec – an orange-flavored colorless liqueur made from dried peels of bitter and sweet oranges. If you don’t have one handy, a Grand Marnier (a mix of Cognac and distilled bitter orange and sugar) is a good option.
- Simple Syrup – A liquid sweetener that’s often used for beverages. Check out this easy guide so you can make one at home.
- Lime Wedges and Coarse Salt for the Rims – Drinks deserve some garnish too!
A Grand Marnier (a mix of Cognac and distilled bitter orange and sugar) is a good option. Last resort would be adding the real thing, by that, I meant orange peel/zest or juice for a non-alcoholic version.
If you don’t want to go into the trouble of making your own simple syrup (one part water and one part sugar- see instructions down below), feel free to swap it with honey or agave syrup.
What Tequila is Best for Margarita?
When it comes to making margaritas, I’d always go with blanco, silver, or white tequila. It’s fruitier compared to others, which is just perfect for me since I’m not that much of a drinker (surprise! lol 😂 ). Of course, feel free to swap it with your favorite brand of tequila.
- More strawberries. Want the drink to be fruitier? Then add more strawberries to it.
- Fruity mix. You may also throw in other kinds of fruits in the mix like mango (see my MANGO MARGARITA HERE, too), banana, kiwi, peaches, pineapple, and other types of berries.
- Roasted berries. Do you think strawberries are boring? Try adding roasted strawberries in this cocktail instead. You’ll be blown away!
- Add a bit of heat. Add a nice kick of heat into your drink by cutting a jalapeno lengthwise and steeping it undisturbed in a glass of tequila for about 20-30 minutes, depending on your heat preference. Then pour the tequila in a fine mesh and discard the jalapeno. Finally, add that jalapeno tequila into the blender and voila!
- Mocktails for everyone. For a non-tequila version, swap the tequila with soda or sparkling water. Kids would love that!