There’s nothing better than a frosty margarita when sitting on the back porch. Whip up a batch of happiness with this Strawberry Margarita Recipe! Grab your blender and let’s go! Sip, sip, hooray!
I recently posted these beauties on my Instagram feed and got an overwhelming response of likes, saves and comments. I also received a number of DM’s asking where they could find it on my blog. So… I thought I’d add these bad boys on here for your sipping pleasure.
I actually created these Strawberry goddesses last year while doing recipe development and photography for That’s Tasty. You can read my original recipe post on their website here. In addition to my own blog, I write recipes for food and beverage brands as well. So much fun.
This Strawberry Margarita Recipe Couldn’t Be Easier:
Seriously… all you need to do is add all the ingredients to your blender and pulse until everything has blended together. Enjoy over ice or (better yet) add ice into the blender before pulsing for a slushy cocktail! This recipe makes enough for two, but once you taste it you’ll probably want to keep the entire thing to yourself. 😉 No judgement here.
- 6 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!
NOTES ON THIS RECIPE:
- 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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Jessica Gaddy’s Easy Pimento Cheese
This recipe and all photography was developed exclusively for That’s Tasty. If you’d like to learn more about my recipe development for food and beverage brands, please check out my Recipe Development and Photography tabs for more details. Want to work together? Shoot me an email!
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