Oh. My. Word. This Frozen Coconut Pineapple Margarita is going to be your new go-to frozen margarita… and it’s SO EASY!
We’ve gone slam straight to summer in no time flat here in Eastern North Carolina and I’m not complaining ONE BIT. I’m probably the most cold-natured person you’ll ever meet… no joke. I’m still wearing a sweatshirt out on the boat until I can burrow myself into a warm spot on the beach out of the wind. I’ll probably stop wearing sweats on the boat in mid-August.
Being cold-natured doesn’t keep me from wanting a good, stiff frozen drink though.
Hey, I’ll suffer for it.
I originally thought I was going to do a non-frozen version of this drink, but when mixing it I knew it needed to be in crushed ice due to its richness.
I LOVE being able to make enough to share with friends and this is one of those recipes: simple, quick and serves a crowd.
So I broke out my new KitchenAid Diamond blender. It has a HUGE 56-ounce pitcher, so I was able to make the entire batch in one pitcher. If you have a blender with a smaller pitcher, I would split the recipe in half and blend double batches.
Oh, by the way… this margarita is a tad on the strong side, so please drink responsibly.
Cheers to summer!
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Frozen Coconut Pineapple Margarita
- 1 (10 ounce) can pina colada frozen concentrate mixer thawed
- 10 ounces tequila use the empty 10 ounce pina colada mixer can for measuring
- 5 ounces pineapple juice fill the pina colada mixer can half-full for measuring
- Juice from ½ lime 1 to 1 ½ tablespoons
- 7 cups ice
- Kosher salt for rimming glass optional
- Lime and pineapple wedges optional garnish
- Rub edges of margarita glasses with a lime wedge and dip in kosher salt to coat rims.
- Pour pina colada concentrate, tequila, pineapple juice, lime juice and ice in a blender pitcher. Cover and blend until smooth. Split into double batches to accommodate the size of your blender pitcher if necessary.
- Pour into glasses, garnish (if desired) and serve immediately.
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