This marvelous and easy to make pineapple margarita recipe is a perfect party cocktail! A tropical delight, this frozen margarita recipe is one delicious adult beverage. Try a frozen pineapple margarita tonight!
Frozen Pineapple Margarita Recipe
I love Margaritas! Frozen or on the rocks, the salty-sweet goodness that is a Margarita is one of my favorite cocktail beverages. If you like margaritas, you are gonna want to make this one, again and again, this summer. It is pretty easy to make, and you can dress it up or down as you like.
The margarita is a cocktail containing tequila, triple sec and lime lemon juice, often served with salt on the rim of the glass. You can get a Margarita shaken, on the rocks, frozen and straight up! Margaritas are severed in a variety of glasses, but mainly in the traditional Margarita glass, although I personally prefer a Polycarbonate Margarita Glass for patio, poolside and parties.
Frozen Pineapple Margarita Notes:
• Rim your glasses before making the pineapple margarita. You can then place your glass in the freezer while you are gathering ingredients for the drink, and have a cold glass to pour your frozen margarita into – 10 minutes max.
• I listed tequila as the rimming wet. You can also rub a lime or use triple sec.
• You can drain your maraschino cherries on a paper towel before starting. That way, no residual red juice will seep into the pretty yellow pineapple margarita.
Frozen Pineapple Margarita Ingredients:
• 12 oz bag Frozen Pineapple Chunks
• ½ cup Silver Tequila
• 2 TBSP Triple Sec
• Juice from 1 Lime
• 2/3 cup Cream of Coconut
• 6 Ice Cubes
• Margarita Salt (for rimming)
• 2 Lime Slices, for garnish
• 2 Fresh Pineapple Chunks, for garnish
• 2 Maraschino Cherries, for garnish
Frozen Pineapple Margarita Mise en Place:
Frozen Pineapple Margarita Directions:
• Rim two margarita glasses. Use Margarita salt for the dry, and tequila or lime juice for the wet. Click here for instructions on how to rim a glass. Set aside.
• In a blender, combine 12 ounces frozen pineapple chunks, ½ cup silver tequila, 2 tablespoons of triple sec, the juice from one lime juice and 2/3 cup cream of coconut. Blend until smooth.
• Add 6 ice cubes and blend until you achieve a slushie consistency.
• Immediately pour into the two prepared Margarita glasses.
• Garnish with fresh lime slices, fresh pineapple chunks and/or maraschino cherries.
• Serve immediately.
- Rim two margarita glasses. Use Margarita salt for the dry, and tequila or lime juice for the wet. Click here for instructions on how to rim a glass. Set aside.
- In a blender, combine 12 ounces frozen pineapple chunks, ½ cup silver tequila, 2 tablespoons of triple sec, the juice from one lime juice and 2/3 cup cream of coconut. Blend until smooth.
- Add 6 ice cubes and blend until you achieve a slushie consistency.
- Immediately pour into the two prepared Margarita glasses.
- Garnish with fresh lime slices, fresh pineapple chunks and/or maraschino cherries.
- Serve immediately.
This recipe is written for two generously sized cocktails. You can divide it to three, or even four smaller pineapple margaritas.
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Amount Per Serving: Calories: 1040Total Fat: 41gSaturated Fat: 30gTrans Fat: 1gUnsaturated Fat: 9gCholesterol: 90mgSodium: 654mgCarbohydrates: 126gFiber: 10gSugar: 106gProtein: 6g
I can’t be the only one who looooves margaritas! Try one of these delicious margarita recipes:
• Italian Margarita Recipe – This sweet and tart Italian Margarita recipe is a fun update to a traditional margarita. This refreshing Italian margarita is an easy to make cocktail perfect for a party, sipping in the backyard, or to enjoy on a relaxing weekend with friends.
• Peach Margarita Recipe – Warm summer evenings are perfectly suited to a delicious, cool libation. This Peach Margarita is just the drink for the occasion. On the rocks, this Peach Margarita Recipe is exquisitely sweet, refreshing and potent!
• Mango Orange Margarita – This Mango Orange Margarita recipe is sweet, spicy, tart and tangy. A taste sensation in a glass!
As always, drink responsibly and please don’t drink and drive.
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