22 Fruity Margarita Recipes
Lime, triple sec, and tequila is all you really need to make a classic margarita — but who says you have to stop there? Experiment with putting fresh summer fruits in your next batch of margaritas. Here you'll find all the fruity margarita inspiration you need, like strawberry, watermelon, mango, and so much more.
Ultimate Frozen Strawberry Margarita
With over 340 five-star ratings, it's safe to say this frozen marg is a favorite around here. The addition of frozen strawberries and frozen limeade turns a classic margarita into a boozy fruit slushy. Reviewer yikes91 says, "I could drink a pitcher all to myself!"
Jewel's Watermelon Margaritas
Strawberry Basil Margarita
Rhubarb adds a bit of a pucker to classic margaritas. "The fresher the rhubarb the better but you can use frozen rhubarb also," says reviewer Anonymous.
Lauren's Grapefruit Margaritas
The BEST Raspberry Margarita!
Though you can find bottled pomegranate juice year round, it's actually a fall and winter fruit: "This was an ENORMOUS hit on Christmas morning with my entire family! Everyone loved the presentation at first and was surprised at how refreshing the drink was. Thank you! This has now become a Christmas morning tradition in our family!" says reviewer ashergirl2.
Creamy Coconut Margarita
Recipe creator MrsFisher0729 describes this drink as, "A refreshing cross between a margarita and a pina colada!" Cream of coconut makes this a rich, indulgent treat.
Prickly Pear Cactus Margarita
Prickly pear, or cactus fruit, has a sweet, berry-like flavor with some earthy notes. Plus, it gives any drink a beautiful pinkish-purple color!
Magnificent Frozen Mango Margaritas
Keep some frozen mango and ginger ale on hand so you can whip up these tropically-inspired frozen margaritas anytime you need a little taste of paradise.
Strawberry Beer Margaritas
Frozen Avocado Margaritas
Yes, avocados are a fruit, and they're perfect for making velvety-smooth frozen margs! "I loved the creaminess and the smoothness the avocado gave this...This was fun and made 'happy hour' feel a little more healthy," says Allrecipes Allstar Soup Loving Nicole.
Dane's Frozen Peach Margaritas
What says summer quite like the combination of peach and margaritas? Recipe creator Katrina DeFazio Sinagra says it best: "Peach season equals margarita season!"
Frozen Raspberry Margaritas
Frozen Melon Margaritas
This cocktail is what you get when you swap frozen lemonade concentrate for frozen limeade concentrate in your next frozen marg.
Spicy Watermelon Margarita
Sweet, sour, and spicy — what more could you ask for in a cocktail? "The sour formula is the root of many cocktails, including margaritas and mules, perhaps because it's so easy to remember and so simple to adapt," says recipe creator Juliana Hale. "All you need: 1 part sweet, 1 part sour, and 2 parts alcohol."