Frozen, fruity, or on the rocks, find the perfect margarita recipe to fit your taste.
When chip-and-salsa joints lean on the sugar to make tall, sweet drinks, it adds up fast in the glass.
Happy Hour Frozen Margarita vs. our Classic, on the Rocks
A regular happy hour frozen margarita is around 12 ounces and weighs in at 410 calories (56% coming from sugar). Our lightened version is 130 calories for a 6-ounce portion with just 14% coming from sugar.
The Cooking Light Margarita:
1 ounce premium or silver tequila, 1/2 ounce Cointreau or other orange-flavored liqueur, 1.5 ounces fresh-squeezed lime juice. Shake with 3/4 cup ice; garnish with lime.
Agua de jamaica is a sweet beverage made with hibiscus blossoms, popular on hot days all over Latin America. We've taken that concept to
the next level by incorporating the floral, summery taste of hibiscus into a classic margarita for an elegant outdoor-party
View Recipe: Jamaica Margaritas
For an appealing presentation, rub the rims of the margarita glasses with lime wedges and dip the rims in a half-and-half
mixture of kosher salt and sugar. Serve with fresh lime wedges as a garnish, if desired.
View Recipe: Frozen Mint Margaritas
A long, tall version of the great summer sipper, this healthy watermelon margarita recipe has only 105 calories.
View Recipe: Watermelon Margaritas
Add extra zip to this creamy margarita by rubbing the rim of each empty glass with a lime wedge, then coat the rims with salt
and chili powder.
View Recipe: Mango-Avocado Margarita
This top-rated frozen strawberry margarita tastes better than any you'd get at a Mexican restaurant, and it's cheaper too.
View Recipe: Strawberry Margaritas
The perfect way to welcome guests to a dinner party—an ice-cold Blackberry Margarita.
View Recipe: Blackberry Margaritas