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This Frozen Pineapple Mango Margarita really hits all the marks. It’s sweet, tropical, frozen, and just the right amount of boozy! Made with fresh ingredients and rum, you’re going to love this delicious drink.

Two glasses are filled with frozen margaritas.

Happy Cinco de Mayo, friends! On this happy day filled with queso, tacos and chips, let’s not forget the real star of the show – the drinks! Now while I love a good cerveza right from the bottle, this year, I think I’ll switch things up a little with this easy to make frozen pineapple mango margarita.

If you’re entertaining guests this year, then you NEED to make at least one round of these seriously delicious margs. Every time I make them, they’re a real crowd pleaser.

I mean, after all, who doesn’t like boozy frozen drinks with juicy tropical flavors?

And if you’re reading this post after Cinco de Mayo, fear not.

This frozen margarita is delicious all summer long! Whether you’re lounging in a chair by the beach or dipping your feet into the pool, take this margarita with you. It was practically made to have fun in the sun with!

Limes garnish glasses of frozen margaritas.


The ingredients in this frozen margarita recipe are natural and inexpensive. Instead of spending upwards of $10 a drink at a restaurant, make a whole batch of these at home for a fraction of the cost!

  • Lime juice – Fresh lime juice is the BEST! The bottled juice from concentrate is loaded with preservatives and other additives that you can notice in the flavor.
  • Pineapple – I like to use fresh pineapple chunks, however, frozen pineapple totally works too. Just use a little more liquid to reach the right consistency if you’re going with frozen.
  • Mango – I like using frozen mango pieces.
  • Coconut water – This pink water will add a nutty element to the drink that perfectly accompanies the rum.
  • Rum – The drink will only be as good as your rum, so be picky when you reach for a bottle. Also, I use plain brown rum, but coconut rum would be a fun choice!
  • Ice cubes
A close up image shows a sugar rimmed glass.

Variations to try

  • For garnishes, I love using lime slices and a sugar rim! However, pineapple slices, maraschino cherries, and mango pieces are all pretty delicious too.
  • Not a rum fan? Swap it out with tequila for an even more authentic Mexican drink.
  • The fruit makes these margs pretty sweet, but if you’re still craving a little more sweetness, add a tablespoon of organic agave nectar to the mix.
  • If you want even more fruity flavor in there, add a splash of passion fruit concentrate.
A pineapple sits behind a full glass.

Celebrate summer with more bright and delicious cocktail recipes!

Citrus Rosé Sangria

Raspberry Peach Prosecco Punch

Guava Mojitos

Tropical Moscow Mules

Grapefruit Campari Rose Water Cocktail

Frozen Pineapple Mango Margarita

Sweet, tropical, frozen, and just the right amount of boozy! Made with fresh ingredients and rum, you're going to love this delicious drink.
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Servings: 2 margaritas
Author: Julie Chiou
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  • 2 tablespoons fresh lime juice
  • 1 cup fresh pineapple, frozen pineapple would work too but you may need a little more liquid
  • 1 cup frozen mango
  • ¼ cup coconut water
  • 4 ounces rum
  • 1 cup ice cubes

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  • Place all the ingredients in a high-speed blender and blend until smooth.
  • Rim the glasses by cutting a lime wedge and moisten the rim with the juice of the lime. Then place the glass down-side into sugar, salt or any granulated sweetener.
  • Pour the into two glasses. Enjoy immediately!

Recipe Notes

I chose to use coconut water due to its hydrating properties, but using filtered water is okay.
Decorate the glasses with lime slices, pineapple slices or mint leaves to get a fancy cocktail.


Serving: 1 margarita | Calories: 180 kcal | Carbohydrates: 26 g | Protein: 14 g | Fat: 3 g | Saturated Fat: 1 g | Cholesterol: 35 mg | Sodium: 71 mg | Potassium: 514 mg | Fiber: 3 g | Sugar: 20 g

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Course: Drink
Cuisine: American
Keyword: drink recipe, easy cocktail
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