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Three frozen Watermelon Margaritas in glasses with sugar rim.
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Frozen Watermelon Margaritas

Simple and delicious watermelon margaritas - this easy summer cocktail is super refreshing. Make a pitcher and serve to a crowd! Includes instructions for frozen and over ice.
Course drink
Cuisine Mexican
Keyword Watermelon Margarita
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes
Servings 4 large glasses
Calories 126kcal
Author Rachel

Equipment

  • Blender for Frozen Drinks
  • Salt Rimmer
  • Margarita Glasses

Ingredients

Watermelon Margarita Mix

  • ½ cup Tequila Your favorite blanco or gold brand.
  • ¼ cup Bols watermelon liqueur Substitutions: Watermelon Pucker or Schnaps, Midori, or Triple Sec
  • ¼ cup Fresh lime juice Substitution: Rose's Lime Juice
  • 1 tablespoon Agave necter. or 4 teaspoon of sugar Optional, depends on the sweetness of the watermelon
  • 4 cup Cubed watermelon
  • 1.5 cup Ice

Garnish

Instructions

  • For frozen, freeze the watermelon cubes at least six hours on a metal baking sheet. Skip for iced cocktail.
  • Rim the glasses. If you don't have a glass rimmer, you can use two small plates. First dip the glass upside down into lime juice. Then dip the glass and swirl it around on a plate with margarita salt.
  • In a blender, add the tequila, watermelon liqueur, watermelon cubes, and lime juice. Blend until combined. For more sweetness, add the agave nectar or sugar to your preference.
  • For frozen margaritas, add the ice into the blender and blend until completely smooth. For margaritas on the rocks, add ice to glasses.
  • Pour blended cocktail into the glass. Enjoy!

Notes

How To Make a Watermelon Margarita for One: 2oz Tequila (4 Tbsp), 0.5oz Watermelon Liqueur (1 Tbsp), 1 teaspoon lime juice or 1 squeeze of a lime, 3-5 oz watermelon watermelon juice depending on how strong you like it. Mix in a cocktail shaker and serve over ice.
How To Measure Alcohol: When I worked as a bartender, we used a jigger or a 4-count free pour technique (4 count = 1 oz) with a pour spout. For the free pour, we had to take weekly blind tests to make sure our counts weren't too spaced out though. At home, if you don't have a jigger, 1oz equals 2 Tbsp.

Nutrition

Calories: 126kcal | Carbohydrates: 8g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Sugar: 7g