Once you’ve dived into this Mixed Berry Margarita recipe, you’re going to be in love! It’s so simple, but the flavor is immense. I can’t wait for another excuse to make a second round!
I don’t pull any punches when I make margaritas. No need to add anything that might take away from the natural flavors of the fruit or whatever you’re adding to the tequila.
And, for this Very Berry Margarita, it’s all about the natural pop of the raspberry, strawberry, blackberry and raspberries.
I’m so excited about this–I can’t wait for a second round!
What You Need to Make this Very Berry Margarita Recipe
When I say that this recipe for the Very Berry Margarita is simple, I’m not kidding.
Just a handful of ingredients:
- 1 shot Tequila
- 1/2 shot Triple Sec
- 2 tblspn Corn Syrup
- 2 cups frozen strawberries, blackberries, blueberries and raspberries
- Corn syrup and sugar for rimming
How to Make this Frozen Berry Margarita Recipe
Combine ice, 2 tablespoons of corn syrup and frozen fruit. I got all the fruit in one package at the store and it was a 12 oz package. It was probably way too much for just one margarita, but I shared with a loved one. So that was nice.
Add triple sec and tequila. I personally have no preference for alcohol brands. I mean, I can taste the difference between different wines, but when you put lime and ice in with some salt and tequila–I really don’t know that I can taste the different tequila flavors.
Blend. Now, this sounds simple enough, but you want to blend really well. I used my trusty immersion blender. Cheap little workhorse makes perfectly crushed ice for margaritas every time.
Rim glass with the corn syrup. This is going to add a little sweetness for all that tart berry pop!
Dip rim of glass in sugar. Mostly I added this because it was fun. It’s not necessary if you’re doing the corn syrup.
Pour blended mixture into glass. No tricks here, but it is a good idea to add a fresh raspberry or strawberry for garnish.
Now just kick your feet back and enjoy!
Other Great Frozen Margarita Recipes
If you loved this recipe, you’re sure to love these! They’re some of my favorite margarita cocktails I’ve ever made.
If you’re digging this Frozen Very Berry Margarita Recipe, but you’re all out of fruit, just pin this to your favorite summer cocktails board on Pinterest so you can find it quick later!