To help celebrate National Margarita Day we are sharing this delicious frozen Mango Margarita Recipe! I am not sure why National Margarita Day is on February 22 but I am good with it.
Frozen Mango Margarita Recipe
It is snowy and cold outside and I am dreaming of planning a return trip to Puerto Vallarta! Today we are partnering with Visit Puerto Vallarta to share amazing margarita recipes!
If you have followed the blog for a while you know that Puerto Vallarta is one of my favorite places to visit in the entire world! I love the tropical weather, friendly people, amazing food, and beaches!
There are so many great things to do in Puerto Vallarta that you could easily spend weeks wandering the area and not see it all.
I volunteer to wander the streets of Puerto Vallarta and try all the delicious food, drink all the margaritas and spend my days in the sun. It is the least I can do 🙂
One of my absolute favorites is La Cervecia Union! I would happily hop on a plane for a mango margarita and Molcajete Queso Verde!
There is something truly relaxing about sitting along the Malecon watching the water and sunset. I decided to make this Frozen Mango Margarita Recipe in hopes of transporting myself back to Mexico.
I did switch up the drink a bit and used a salted rim instead of the spicy dried pepper flake rim that La Cervecia Union uses.
You can easily change up the recipe to fit your preferred spice level. I am a wimp when it comes to spicy foods so I stuck with salt for my at-home version of this mango margarita. You can also do a mix of sugar and salt if you want a bit of sweetness.
We made these delicious Carne Asada Tacos pair with the margarita!
I wonder if I click my heels if I can transport myself to Puerto Vallarta and out of the snow...hmm.
Until I can be back on the beaches of Puerto Vallarta I will be enjoying this delicious Mango Margarita at home! So easy to make and so good!
One of my favorite memories of Puerto Vallarta was a day I had the chance to feel like I was on the Bachelor or Bachelorette. Lol! We spent the day on a gorgeous luxury yacht cruising the Bay of Banderas.
A few of us laid out on the front of the yacht on this pillow cushion top paradise. The bartender onboard brought out mango margaritas made with fresh mangos and they were beyond delicious.
I might have gotten a bit sunburned that day since I was so relaxed living the yacht life I forgot to put more sunscreen on but it was sooooo worth it!
Doesn't this sunset just make you want to book a flight to visit Puerto Vallarta ASAP! I truly believe it is time to get out of the snow and cold weather and head south to Mexico. It is currently 28 degrees in Spokane and 78 degrees in Puerto Vallarta.
We could meet up for a Taco Tour with Vallarta Food Tours and eat our way through the city!
Shop along the Malecon and find all sorts of amazing art and souvenirs.
Soak in all the Vitamin D and savor the tropical breezes as we walk off all the delicious food!
I believe it is time to head south and soak in all that is Puerto Vallarta! Head over to Visit Puerto Vallarta to start planning your trip!
I will be looking up flights and trying to book a return trip to stay at Villa Premiere Boutique Hotel. Oh how I dream of their welcome massages, pillow menu, and seriously delicious food.
Ingredients to make a frozen mango margarita
- Triple Sec
- Frozen mango chunks
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Blender - We are big fans of the Ninja Blender and how well it makes frozen drinks.
OXO angled jiggers - these are our go-to measuring tools for cocktails. They work perfectly for pouring in layers for cocktails.
Margarita Glasses - We like the look of classic margarita glasses but you can use any glass for this great cocktail.
Did I mention the fresh warm churros.....
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- 2 Ounce Tequila
- .5 Ounce Triple Sec
- ½ cup frozen mango chunks
- 1 cup Ice
- Add all ingredients in a blender, and blend until smooth
- Rim margarita glass with lime juice and add salt to the rim
- Garnish with a Lime Wedge.