Mango Margarita

Mango Margarita

Celebrate Cinco de Mayo with a sweet and fiery Mango Margarita. Scroll down for the recipe!

Foodie celebrations

It’s funny how until you start food blogging you don’t necessarily realise just how many feast days and foodie celebrations exist out there. Cinco de Mayo is one of those days that until I started blogging would have simply passed me by.

These days it’s a good excuse to chow down on some of my favourite food – Mexican food. It’s no secret that I love Mexican flavours and in the past I’ve shared all sorts from Beef Barbacoa to Roasted Red Pepper and Sweet Potato Quesadillas. For a full run-down of the Mexican inspired recipes on the blog just head to the “Mexican Recipes” page or scroll down to find some of my favourites after the recipe.


When Cinco de Mayo recipes started popping up on my Pinterest feed I thought it was about time I shared another Mexican inspired recipe.

This Frozen Mango Margarita is a fun twist on the classic Mexican cocktail. Perfect for Cinco De Mayo or a hot summer day! Fiesta! Get the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs!

Adding alcohol to the celebrations

I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, a celebration isn’t a celebration without a cheeky cocktail. I don’t want to sound like an alcoholic but some occasions just call for a boozy drink whether that’s a glass of champagne, a gin and tonic or a cold pint of cider.

It makes sense to me that Cinco de Mayo should be celebrated with a margarita. (Especially as this year it falls on a Friday) Are you with me?!

A classic margarita is a thing of beauty when done well. As ever I couldn’t stop myself from having a play around with this classic cocktail and I’ve come up with my own Mango Margarita recipe. It pairs the sweetness of the mango with the tang of lime and the heat of tequila. This cocktail wouldn’t be complete without a rim of salt but I added a little chilli for an extra kick!

This Frozen Mango Margarita is a fun twist on the classic Mexican cocktail. Perfect for Cinco De Mayo or a hot summer day! Fiesta! Get the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs!

The recipe

Before we get down to the good stuff…Supper in the Suburbs encourages you to drink responsibly. For advice on sensible enjoyment of alcohol please visit Drinkaware. Now on to the Mango Margarita recipe you’ve been waiting for!!

This Frozen Mango Margarita is a fun twist on the classic Mexican cocktail. Perfect for Cinco De Mayo or a hot summer day! Fiesta! Get the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs!

Mango Margarita

Emma Walton
These zesty mango margaritas are the perfect drink to serve alongside a Mexican feast!
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Prep Time 10 mins
Total Time 10 mins
Course Drinks
Cuisine Mexican
Servings 2 people
Calories 203 kcal

Ingredients
 
 

Instructions
 

  • Mix the chilli and salt on a plate.
  • Rub the rim of each glass with a little of the agave nectar.
  • Dip the agave rubbed rims into the chilli and salt mix and place to one side.
  • Pour the agave nectar, tequila and juice of the limes into a blender along with the flesh of the mango and the ice.
  • Blitz on high until the desired texture has been reached.
  • Pour into the chilli and salt rimmed glasses.
  • Garnish with a wedge of lime.

Nutrition

Calories: 203kcal
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This Frozen Mango Margarita is a fun twist on the classic Mexican cocktail. Perfect for Cinco De Mayo or a hot summer day! Fiesta! Get the recipe at Supper in the Suburbs!

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This Mango Margarita recipe is possibly TOO easy to make. Where the main instruction is “whizz in a blender” you know you’re on to a winner!

Whether you enjoy them this Cinco de Mayo or as a cooling drink out in the garden this summer I’d love to know. Do make sure you send me a pic and tag me on twitter or instagram!

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