It is no secret if you have read other recipes, I like stiff drinks. I don't want drinks to be watered down. Which is why using frozen peaches in this peach margarita leave you with a satisfying and flavorful margarita that won't be watered down on your last sip. Let's see what makes these Frozen Peach Margaritas so good!
Just go ahead and grab your blender. You are going to need set your frozen peaches out for a bit, about 15 minutes, to get them softened and juicing up a bit. Then dump them in the blender with a ¼ cup of lime juice, a cup of tequila and ⅓ cup of triple sec. Blend till purred.
Pour into your favorite margarita glass. Then to take it up a notch, drop in a few jalapeños. You heard me. I love the added hint of heat to offset the sweetness of the peaches.
Now, the thing with a good margarita is having the right snacks to eat with them. Snacks like my favorite restaurant style salsa. Or how about some pineapple sweet corn salsa. My favorite, the sausage queso. There is never leftovers of this stuff. Regardless, get your snacks on with these Frozen Peach Margaritas.
Now, let me warn you...if you have children you love smoothies, slushies or icees, they will want some peach puree. Most of the time my kids want half the peach purree mixed with some lemon-lime soda. So, if this is a potential problem, don't add the liquor in the blender. Instead, puree the peaches and then mix the peach puree with the booze. I personally have found the blender bottle perfect for mixing frozen drinks. Protein shakes and frozen margaritas, seriously, get several of these bottles.
Frozen Peach Margaritas
- 1 16 ounce of frozen sliced peaches
- 1 cup of tequila
- ⅓ cup triple sec
- ¼ cup lime juice
- 1 jalapeno sliced
- 1 lime sliced
- Pull frozen peaches out of freezer 15 minutes before you want to start margaritas.
- Puree peaches in the blender. Add liquor to blender to combine with the peach puree.
- Pour into four margarita glasses and top with a slice or two of jalapeno and garnish with lime.