Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas

With warmer weather upon us, it’s time for cool and refreshing drinks.

Actually I don’t need warm weather to enjoy margaritas, but it helps them go down extra easily.

Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas - No margarita mix and no sugar needed for amazing, easy margaritas that are ready in 30 seconds!! Refills are a must!!

The margaritas taste like a tropical vacation. They’re fruity and sweet but not too sweet, and they pack a punch.

There’s no margarita mix, no added refined (white) sugar, and the sweetness comes naturally from the fruit and agave.

Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas - No margarita mix and no sugar needed for amazing, easy margaritas that are ready in 30 seconds!! Refills are a must!!

I use minimal ice because I use frozen fruit. There’s a time for fresh fruit but in blended drinks is not one of them. Frozen fruit is cheaper, readily available, there’s no work involved in cleaning it, and it naturally cools the drink down. If you happen to have fresh of course use it, but I save my fresh for eating.

Fresh lemon and lime juice is best, but use what you have. I’ve had great luck with this and this.

Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas - No margarita mix and no sugar needed for amazing, easy margaritas that are ready in 30 seconds!! Refills are a must!!

I love Patron Silver and it’s my go-to tequila but use your favorite.

One is never enough which is why the recipe makes two hearty drinks. A definite must for Cinco de Mayo.

Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas - No margarita mix and no sugar needed for amazing, easy margaritas that are ready in 30 seconds!! Refills are a must!!

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Mango Pineapple Frozen Margaritas

The margaritas taste like a tropical vacation. They're fruity and sweet but not too sweet, and they pack a punch. There's no margarita mix, no added refined sugar, and the sweetness comes naturally from the fruit and agave. I use minimal ice because I use frozen fruit. If you happen to have fresh of course use it, but you'll need to likely add more ice, which can water the drink down. One is never enough which is why the recipe makes two hearty drinks. All measurements are approximate and be sure to taste and tweak to your liking.

Yield: 2 drinks, recipe halves, doubles, triples, etc. easily

Prep Time: 2 minutes

Cook Time: 0 mintues

Total Time: 2 minutes

Ingredients:

  • 3/4 cup frozen mango chunks
  • 3/4 cup frozen pineapple chunks
  • 3 to 4 ounces tequila, or as desired
  • 2 tablespoons agave nectar, or to taste (you may need more depending on sweetness level of fruit)
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons lemon juice
  • 1 to 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • handful of ice cubes, optional and as necessary

Directions:

  1. To the canister of a blender or food processor, add all ingredients (except the ice) and blend on high speed until smooth, about 1 minute.
  2. Stop to taste and see if it needs more sweetener, more lemon/lime juice, etc. and make adjustments as necessary. If desired, add ice. Blend on high speed until smooth.
  3. Divide mixture between two glasses and serve immediately. Recipe is intended for those for whom alcohol use is legal and appropriate. Always drink responsibly.

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32 comments

  1. Mango and pineapples, two of my favourite fruits, agree with you, one doesn’t need warm weather to enjoy this margarita, I would love to have it any time of the day!

  2. It’s margarita season! I’m so excited. Using frozen fruit is so much better. Gives it that slushy, margarita-machine texture without the equipment! This one is super tropical and vibrant.

  3. So, I mean this in the most non-creepy way but….I want to marry you for these.
    I LOVE frozen “adult” drinks, but never order them due to all the sugar.
    And then this happened. OBSESSED! Pinned!

    • I totally understand and will ONLY drink a frozen/blended drink at home, when I can control what goes in. When I’m out, it’s always on the rocks so there’s less empty liquid calories just being dumped in! Thanks for pinning!

  4. This bright yummy looking drink makes me want to sit outside with one later this afternoon–we are to have brilliant sunshine and warmer than usual temperatures for mid April!!

  5. This looks amazing and perfect for the warmer weather coming up!! Mango and pineapple are the perfect tropical combination! Delicious!!

  6. Really good job on the site, Keep up the good work!

  7. Who needs warm weather to have a margarita? Margaritas are year-round drinks to me!

  8. This is perfect for a Friday recipe! I don’t care if it is cool and overcast, I’m drinking mango pineapple margaritas tonight!

  9. This looks so unbelievably delicious!

    Paige
    http://thehappyflammily.com

  10. Averie.  These look amazing!!  I have a secret believe that agave was made for margaritas!  It’s so perfect!  And I agree, frozen mango is where it’s at!  Pinning and making, pronto!

  11. Since it’s Friday at 4 pm and I just got the worst work email, one of these looks like heaven right about now.

  12. I bet the kids would love this too if it was made non-alcoholic! Or put it in a popsicle mold and freeze for the kids? Yum!

  13. I need this in my life.  I hope you don’t mind, I’m using this as my daily recipe suggestion on Twitter and Facebook.  YUM.  Thanks for sharing.

  14. This  is killing me with the tropical sounding flavors right now.  Sigh.

  15. After steady days of 60+ degrees, it freaking snowed last night. I truly need something bright and full of sunshine to help with the pain of the cold (cold is my enemy). This looks about right! 

  16. Oh mah goodness! Oh, this recipe is going to happen all summer long.

  17. I LOVE THIS. Can I have one for breakfast please? :)

  18. Wow, it looks like sorbet! So tempting…I love that you’re using frozen fruit instead of ice to keep it from getting watered down!

  19. Wow, this sounds insanely delish, Averie! I’ll definitely be trying this when our weather breaks in Pittsburgh! 

    BTW…did you get a new camera? Your pictures have been on-point!

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