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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

Today we all have the day off work. Thursday is Cinco de Mayo, the perfect excuse to stuff our faces with tortilla chips, spiked guacamole and more than you can shake a stick at. So, obviously today is the best day to perfect your frozen margarita game. All you need is a few handfuls of frozen mango, limes, triple sec, ice, and most importantly tequila. Oh, and perhaps some chilli salt to rim your fancy margarita glasses.

I’m not sure that I should be admitting this what with my British passport and all, but I actually drink as much tequila at home as I do gin. When I come home at the end of a long day at work, as long as I have a couple of limes in the fridge I want a margarita more than I want anything made with gin. Perhaps we should chalk it up to the influence of the American visa and several California entry stamps my passport also boasts?

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

At home I’m more into making classic margaritas: tequila, triple sec and fresh lime. I usually reserve the fruitier, frozen concoctions for when I go out , but after checking out some of the Cinco de Mayo offerings on some of my favourite blogs this year, I realised how easy it would be to make my own at home in a blender using frozen fruit pieces.

This recipe makes two frozen margaritas. Make them in batches if you have a regular sized blender like me, our double up if you’re serving more people, and your blender can take it. If you’re just serving one, it is easier to freeze the leftovers in a plastic bag , rather than ending up with odd pieces of lime in the fridge.

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These Frozen Mango Margaritas are easy to make in a blender or smoothie maker with your favourite tequila for a Cinco de Mayo treat.

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

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- If you want to rim your glasses, dip the glasses in sugar syrup ), then in chilli salt. You can use regular fine sea salt if you’d like instead, sugar, or a mixture of both.

- Add the lime juice, tequila, triple sec and mango pieces to a blender. When you halve the limes to juice them, if you like slice a lime wheel to garnish each glass from the middles.

- Blend everything together until smooth, and add the ice. Blend again until you have a slush. Taste to see if you would like to add any more lime, and divide between two glasses. Serve immediately.

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

Today we all have the day off work. Thursday is Cinco de Mayo, the perfect excuse to stuff our faces with tortilla chips, spiked guacamole and more than you can shake a stick at. So, obviously today is the best day to perfect your frozen margarita game. All you need is a few handfuls of frozen mango, limes, triple sec, ice, and most importantly tequila. Oh, and perhaps some chilli salt to rim your fancy margarita glasses.

I’m not sure that I should be admitting this what with my British passport and all, but I actually drink as much tequila at home as I do gin. When I come home at the end of a long day at work, as long as I have a couple of limes in the fridge I want a margarita more than I want anything made with gin. Perhaps we should chalk it up to the influence of the American visa and several California entry stamps my passport also boasts?

At home I’m more into making classic margaritas: tequila, triple sec and fresh lime. I usually reserve the fruitier, frozen concoctions for when I go out , but after checking out some of the Cinco de Mayo offerings on some of my favourite blogs this year, I realised how easy it would be to make my own at home in a blender using frozen fruit pieces.

This recipe makes two frozen margaritas. Make them in batches if you have a regular sized blender like me, our double up if you’re serving more people, and your blender can take it. If you’re just serving one, it is easier to freeze the leftovers in a plastic bag , rather than ending up with odd pieces of lime in the fridge.

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Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

These Frozen Mango Margaritas are easy to make in a blender or smoothie maker with your favourite tequila for a Cinco de Mayo treat.

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- If you want to rim your glasses, dip the glasses in sugar syrup ), then in chilli salt. You can use regular fine sea salt if you’d like instead, sugar, or a mixture of both.

- Add the lime juice, tequila, triple sec and mango pieces to a blender. When you halve the limes to juice them, if you like slice a lime wheel to garnish each glass from the middles.

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

- Blend everything together until smooth, and add the ice. Blend again until you have a slush. Taste to see if you would like to add any more lime, and divide between two glasses. Serve immediately.

Tag on Instagram and hashtag it

I'm a food writer living in London and the English Countryside. Welcome to my online diary where I share easy, weeknight recipes, foodie travel diaries and some of the best places I've eaten out recently.

- mailto:rachel@rachelphipps.com

Sign up to receive my monthly newsletter in your inbox on the first Sunday of every month, full of seasonal recipes, links I love, mini cookbook reviews, and a few extra little updates and I'lll email you five brand new, delicious weeknight recipes!

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

I agree that my data will be used and stored in accordance to the terms laid out in Rachel Phipps' and that I may unsubscribe at any time.

My first cookbook includes +120 easy, cheap and delicious recipes for anyone who wants to learn to cook food from scratch at home, who may be pressed for time, existing in a tiny kitchen, or keeping to a tight budget.

2009-2019 © Rachel Phipps. All rights reserved.

I love creating recipes, restaurant reviews and travel guides, but to keep this site going I sometimes feature sponsored posts and I also use cookies and affiliate links Additionally, I use Google Analytics to collect some data about your visit. You can find out more by reading my .

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

By hitting okay and proceeding to my site, you are agreeing to your data being used in this way.

Cocktail Hour: Frozen Mango Margaritas

Today we all have the day off work. Thursday is Cinco de Mayo, the perfect excuse to stuff our faces with tortilla chips, spiked guacamole and more than you can shake a stick at. So, obviously today is the best day to perfect your frozen margarita game. All you need is a few handfuls of frozen mango, limes, triple sec, ice, and most importantly tequila. Oh, and perhaps some chilli salt to rim your fancy margarita glasses.

I’m not sure that I should be admitting this what with my British passport and all, but I actually drink as much tequila at home as I do gin. When I come home at the end of a long day at work, as long as I have a couple of limes in the fridge I want a margarita more than I want anything made with gin. Perhaps we should chalk it up to the influence of the American visa and several California entry stamps my passport also boasts?

At home I’m more into making classic margaritas: tequila, triple sec and fresh lime. I usually reserve the fruitier, frozen concoctions for when I go out , but after checking out some of the Cinco de Mayo offerings on some of my favourite blogs this year, I realised how easy it would be to make my own at home in a blender using frozen fruit pieces.

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