13 Cinco de Mayo Margarita Recipes That Are Too Delicious To Miss
Cinco de Mayo has grown to be one of my favorite holidays of the year. If not for my love for tacos, then surely for my obsession for margaritas. While peach, mango, or strawberry flavors are all some of my favorites to combine together in a margarita, the key for me is to ensure that my margarita is frozen and only hosts sugar around its rim. Whether you're a fan of your margarita being frozen or simply on the rocks, having the perfect Cinco de Mayo margarita recipes for your festivities this year is an absolute must.
Though I'm not huge on the party scene, Cinco de Mayo seems to be one of those days that all of my caution gets thrown to the wind. I'm a big fan of Mexican food, so my frequency at the local cantina to indulge in a glass or two of an ice cold margarita with a bowl of chips and salsa on the side, is probably more often than anyone could imagine. The thing I love most about margaritas is the ability to literally put together any flavors you want and it still come out tasting delicious!
Not sure what to put together for the best Cinco de Mayo margarita this year? These 13 sweet and spicy recipes will help you get your life into formation.
1. Spicy Rhubarb Margarita
If it features lime and tequila, it's perfect for Cinco de Mayo so this recipe for the spicy rhubarb margarita from A Cozy Kitchen surely fits the bill.
2. Vegan "Creamy" Frozen Coconut Margarita
Equipped with coconut milk, tequila, and orange liquor ice cubes, this recipe for vegan creamy frozen coconut margaritas from Ari's Menu is sure to set your Cinco de Mayo off to a great start.
3. Bangkok Margarita
Searching for a margarita recipe like none other? A Spicy Perspective's Bangkok margarita is just what you need.
4. Mango Pineapple Frozen Margarita
In addition to my love of strawberries, my obsession for mango tasting drinks has been growing as of late. This recipe for mango pineapple frozen margaritas from Averie Cooks will be the first thing on my menu for Cinco de Mayo.
5. Grapefruit Margarita With Ginger Salt Rim
Though I'm not a huge fan of grapefruit, this grapefruit margarita with ginger salt rim recipe from Climbing Grier Mountain just may make me change my mind.
6. Frozen Blueberry Margarita
Love blueberry flavor, but haven't had the chance to try it in a margarita? Cookie and Kate's recipe for a frozen blueberry margarita should be the first place you start to get the right concoction.
7. Fresh Honey Margarita
There's nothing sweeter than a dose of honey and this recipe from Cook Nourish Bliss for fresh honey margaritas is guaranteed to please your palate.
8. Jalapeño Mango-Peach Freezes
Another mango infused margarita, but without all of the added sugar, Climbing Grier Mountain delivers the perfect jalapeño mango-peach margarita to give you both sweet and spicy all in one sit.
9. Frozen Strawberry Mango Margarita
When it comes to strawberries and mangos, I can't help but become overjoyed when their tastes are combined. Cook Nourish Bliss's recipe for a frozen strawberry mango margarita will be the only thing I keep in rotation for this year's Cinco de Mayo celebration.
Usually, if they're not soaked in vinegar and sprinkled with pepper, cucumbers don't tickle my fancy. This recipe for cucumber margaritas from Cooking For Keeps made me reconsider my thoughts though.
11. Restaurant-Style Watermelon Margarita
What better way to celebrate Cinco de Mayo than to keep it as simple as possible? This recipe for restaurant-style watermelon margaritas from Ari's Menu is the best way to do it.
12. 5-Calorie Raspberry Lime Margarita Fizz
If alcoholic beverages aren't really your thing, try this non-alcoholic five calorie raspberry lime margarita fizz from Averie Cooks so you'll still be able to join in on the festivities.
13. Spicy Watermelon Margaritas
A spicy take on the regular watermelon margarita, Cookie and Kate's spicy watermelon margarita recipe is just what the warm months ordered.