This Strawberry Mint Margarita recipe is our refreshing take on a classic cocktail that everyone loves. Channel your inner Jimmy Buffet with this tasty blend of energizing mint, sweet berries, perfectly tart lime juice and tequila!
Spring is just around the corner, so having a go-to cocktail for the ultimate outdoor sipper is a basic necessity. Margaritas are one of the easiest drinks you can make from scratch. Seriously… just dump it all into a blender and you’re ready to go! Depending on your flavor preference, you can rim your glasses with salt, sugar, or leave them bare. Go ahead and serve these alongside some chips with guacamole for the best fiesta ever.
Treat your taste buds to a mouthful of flavor with this recipe that celebrates using real fruit, garden-fresh herbs and absolutely no refined sugar. Say goodbye to premade mixers and hello to this perfectly tart, naturally sweetened indulgence.
Did someone request a skinny margarita? We’ve got you covered!
- 6 That’s Tasty Fresh Mint Leaves + more for garnish
- 8 Large Strawberries
- 3 ounces Silver Tequila
- 5 ounces Triple Sec
- 1 ounce Fresh Lime Juice
- ½ ounce Agave Syrup, or to taste
- Margarita Salt, as needed
- Add strawberries, mint, tequila, triple sec, fresh lime juice and agave syrup to a blender. Pulse on high until strawberries are broken down.
- To rim the glasses: Pour margarita salt on a small plate and squeeze fresh lime juice onto a second small plate. Dip the rim of two glasses in the lime juice and then the margarita salt. You can use sugar instead if you prefer something sweeter.
- Add ice cubes to the glasses and pour over the margaritas.
- Slurp and enjoy!
- You can easily make this into a frozen slushy masterpiece by adding ice cubes straight into the blender.
- Feel free to swap the fresh strawberries for frozen, if necessary. When doing so, you may need to add a little extra agave syrup if the strawberries aren’t sweet enough.
- Don’t like strawberries? Substitute with mango, peaches or pineapple instead!
- If you’re going to rim the edge of your glass with salt, NEVER use table salt. We repeat, never. It’s too salty. Make sure to splurge and buy margarita or kosher salt.
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