Soooo if you have an avocado in your margarita that should count as a daily vegetable right? These Avocado Margaritas are rich, creamy, and oh so good!
If you love avocados your are going to love these Avocado Margaritas! Plus as a bonus, you are drinking a vegetable with just a bit of tequila added to it. 🙂
I have heard that everything is better with tequila...
I was trying to think if there were any other vegetables that would make good margaritas...I am not sure how I feel about a lettuce margarita or a carrot margarita. I really don't think a pea margarita or green bean margarita would work. Can you think of any other vegetables that would make good margaritas?
Are you ready to get blending and whip up a creamy delicious Avocado Margarita?
This Avocado Margarita is thick and luscious. I was only able to drink one of them since they are so thick and creamy. This would be the perfect margarita for a fiesta party or fun Cinco De Mayo get together.
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- Lime juice
- Agave nectar
- Triple sec - you could also use Cointreau
- Lime wedges
If you want to add a spicy kick you can blend in a few Jalapeno Slices.
Ripe avocados will blend together better than really firm avocados.
You want to pulse the blender until you get a smooth consistency.
One of the best things about this recipe is you drop all the ingredients in the blender combine them and add ice.
These can be served without the ice if you want them on the rocks. We prefer the cold crunch of the ice in this avocado margarita recipe.
We serve these great frozen margaritas in margarita glasses. It is up to you if you want to have salted rims.
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- Blend Avocado, Ice, Lime Juice, Agave Nectar, Tequila, Triple Sec and Cilantro in a blender until smooth
- Serve in a margarita glass garnished with salt and lime
Recipe originally shared on October 2, 2013. Updated September 2020.