Plenty to choose from here. Come back often and sample all our tasty creations! Have a request for something you don’t see? Leave a comment below!
The original and still most popular recipe, dating back, yes, to the 80’s. Two words: Lime Marmalade
Sometimes you want to splurge on yourself and this top shelf recipe contains premium and expensive liquors. Leave your blender alone for this one. Click on the recipe name to find out why.
Raspberries are awesome in margaritas. Adding some frozen raspberries and substituting one ingredient is all it takes.
Chambord is a delicious french black raspberry liqueur and mixes nicely with tequila. This is another non-blender margarita. This is also known as a purple margarita.
Key lime curd + whipped cream + graham crackers. Yes, this does indeed taste like key lime pie. Honest!
Also known as a Green Margarita. Midori is a sweet melon cordial. It’s extremely sweet, so don’t overdo it!
This is our tropical margarita. Feel free to add papaya or pineapple too! As our good friend Rachel Ray would say, “Yumm-o!”
Fresh strawberries make this a tasty margarita – also one of the more popular recipes.
This may not be a traditional margarita, and it doesn’t go with chips and salsa, but try out these Godiva liqueur margaritas for dessert…
For those who can’t tolerate tequila, this is a non tequila margarita you can enjoy too. It’s based on a liqueur called 43, which is a tasty, vanilla tasting spanish liqueur that goes well with the rest of the usual ingredients.
Peach is a natural for margaritas. ‘Nuff said.
Another tropical inspired recipe. Similar to a pina colada, but with tequila and not rum.
Blue curacao may look like windex, but trust me, it adds a nice orange touch to your margarita
Another non-traditional margarita, don’t pass this by – it’s extremely tasty! Orange juice and cinnamon schnapps are the key ingredients.
This is a summer favorite. Lots and lots of fresh watermelon. Plan in advance – freeze chunks of watermelon!