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Last Updated on June 21, 2020 by Lisa Johnson
Guess what Monday is? Any ideas? February 22nd is National Margarita Day and I for one am more than willing to celebrate with some Frozen Blackberry Margaritas!! It has been almost a full year since my last Margarita and margarita story…or lack there of, so these babies are long overdue…..
Ingredients needed to make this cocktail
- frozen blackberries
- ice cubes
- silver tequila
- super-fine sugar
- fresh lime juice
These Frozen Blackberry Margaritas, like most of my other recipes are super simple make!! I grabbed a bag of frozen blackberries out of the freezer drawer and voila’! Okay, there may have been a few more steps involved…but just a few. 😉
How to make Frozen Blackberry Margaritas:
Place all of the ingredients into the blender. Now start with the lowest setting (STIR) and gradually work your way up…..
to the highest setting until the mixture is smooth and completely combined. Rub a lime around the edges of two margarita glasses and dip the rim into a bowl of superfine sugar, then pour the Frozen Blackberry Margaritas into the glasses and serve…..
with a straw and lime… Ole’!!
I have plenty of other Margarita recipes to help you celebrate National Margarita Day, or Cinco de Mayo, or any random Saturday night!
additional margarita recipes:
- Classic Margarita
- Mango Margarita
- Watermelon Margaritas
- Classic Frozen Margaritas
- Pitcher of Margaritas
- Frozen Peach Margaritas
Frozen Blackberry Margaritas
- 2 ½ cups frozen blackberries
- 1 cup ice cubes
- ½ cup silver tequila I used Cabo Wabo
- 3 Tablespoons superfine sugar
- 2 Tablespoons fresh lime juice
- 1 Tablespoon Cointreau or triple sec
- lime juice and superfine sugar to rim glasses
- Place all ingredients into the blender.
- Start with the lowest setting gradually increasing until mixture is smooth and completely combined.
- Rub lime juice around the rim of two margarita glasses. Dip glasses into superfine sugar spread out on a small plate.
- Divide margarita between each glass and serve with a straw and lime slice.