This virgin frozen mango strawberry margarita is perfect for a hot summer day. It's sweet, tangy, and super refreshing. Perfect for expecting mamas, kids, and non-drinkers. Best of all, it comes together in about 5 minutes with 5 ingredients.
I've been pregnant all summer, and I've been craving a refreshing summer drink for months. Fortunately, mocktails exist, and I have a vivid imagination. This virgin mango strawberry margarita is perfect. We made them up for my mom's Hawaii-themed birthday party (Michael added rum to his), and I've been making them ever since. I use frozen fruit in this recipe, so no ice or annoying freezing is necessary. It's super smooth and so delicious.
- Frozen mango chunks
- Frozen strawberries
- Lime juice
- Orange juice
See recipe card for amounts.
First, make an easy honey simple syrup. Combine the honey and boiling water in a heat-safe cup or bowl and stir until the honey is dissolved. Set aside.
Add frozen mango chunks, frozen strawberries, lime juice, orange juice, and honey simple syrup to a blender and blend on high until smooth. Pour into your favorite cocktail glasses and garnish with fresh lime slices or strawberries.
- Use lemon juice instead of lime juice
- Use regular simple syrup instead of honey
- Replace the strawberries with extra mango (or vice versa!)
- Swap the orange juice out for limeade or lemonade
- Add tequila (or rum!) to make it a non-virgin margarita
Frequently asked questions
It is! We use frozen fruit, so no ice or freezing is necessary. It's so smooth and delicious. Perfect for a hot summer day!
Yes! For a traditional margarita, add tequila. For something a little different, try rum or coconut rum (I'm obsessed with RumHaven).
Sure! Just double or triple the recipe. If you have a small blender, you may have to make it in waves.