Midori Margaritas

You should know: You better be careful with these.

Too many of these green margaritas will have you feeling green in the morning!

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): 6 ounces Tequila, 3 ounces Midori, 5 ounces Sour Mix, ice

And how to do it: Pour the ingredients except the ice into your blender and blend for about 10 seconds. Then, throw in a handful of ice and blend for another 30 seconds. Perfection!

Key Lime Pie Margaritas

You should know: I was having key lime pie with my wife one evening when she asked, “Couldn’t we make a key lime pie margarita?”

Within seconds the Key Lime Pie Margarita was born. History will never be the same!

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): 6 ounces Tequila, 2 ounces Triple Sec, 6 ounces sour mix, 3 tablespoons Key Lime Curd, ice, Whipped Cream

And how to do it: Pour all of the ingredients except the ice into the blender and blend for about 10 seconds. Then add in a handful of ice and blend for about 30 more seconds. Pour into a Graham Cracker lined margarita glass (a must). Top with a touch of whipped cream and enjoy!

Raspberry Margaritas (high budget version)

You should know: Chambord costs around $30 but if you’re after the best raspberry margaritas money can buy, you owe it to yourself to try these.

It’s not my fault if go broke.

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): 1 1/2 Ounces Tequila, 3/4 ounces Chambord, 1 1/2 ounces Sour Mix, ice

And how to do it: This may work out better for you just shaken. Pour the ingredients into a cocktail shaker; give it a few shakes and strain into your glass. Enjoy!

Raspberry Margaritas (low budget version)

You should know: Fresh fruit?

Who said margaritas can’t be good for you?

If Chambord is a little pricey for you, you can’t go wrong with these fruit enhanced raspberry margaritas. They are soooooooooooooooooooo good!

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): 6 ounces Tequila, 2 ounces Triple Sec, 6 ounces Sour Mix, 1 cup of fresh or frozen raspberries, 1 tablespoons raspberry preserves, ice

And how to do it: Pour ingredients except the ice into your blender and blend for about 10 seconds, Now add the ice and blend for 30 seconds. Pour into a margarita glass (salt optional) and enjoy!

Spike’s Top Shelf Margaritas

Also known as a Cadillac Margarita.

You should know: No budget. No wusses. No 1-sip and I’m tipsy female college students. This recipe is for those who can not only afford $40 bottles of liquor, but have the “nose” for good tequila. Check out Tastings.com to search for some tequila reviews!

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): Actually, per serving: 1 1/2 ounces expensive Tequila, 1 ounce Grand Marnier or Cointreau; 1 ounce each of freshly squeezed lime and lemon juice; ice.

And how to do it: Sorry, Spike may be the blenderking, but put your blender aside for this one. Even these ingredients are too good for my 3 blenders. Take out our cocktail shaker, pour in the ingredients with a couple of ice cubes and give it 3 or 4 good shakes – nothing more. Pour into a salt rimmed margarita or martini glass. And, as you see so often, “Rinse and Repeat!”

Spike’s World Famous Margaritas

You should know: This is it. The original. The classic. The spectacular Spike’s World Famous Margaritas!

I’ve been making this recipe for a long, long time. It’s the secret ingredient…lime marmalade…that makes this one the best.

You can’t go wrong with Spike…and his world famous margarita!

Here’s what you need to make it (per blenderful): 6 ounces Tequila, 2 ounces Triple Sec, 6 ounces Sour Mix, 2 tablespoons of Lime Marmalade, Ice

And how to do it: Pour ingredients except for the ice into your blender and blend for about 15 seconds, Now add the ice and blend for 30+ seconds. Pour into margarita glasses (salt optional) and enjoy! When you’re friends ask you about how you found this recipe…tell them about your good friend Spike at blenderking.com!

Red White and Blue Margaritas for the 4th of July Party

Got 3 blenders? Well you know the blenderking kitchen sure does and for 4th of July, we like to make a 3 layer margarita for our 4th of July parties!. Even if you don’t have 3 blenders, it’s still easy, just have some additional pitchers available (chilled preferably). Ready? Let’s go:

Start with the blue layer down on the bottom: Make a batch of our deep blue margaritas:
Spike’s Blue Margaritas

Now for the white layer. Tropical Coconut!
Spike’s Tropical Coconut Margaritas

For the red layer on top, you have a choice, either our low budget raspberry marg’s or our tasty strawberry recipe. We tend to favor raspberry with the middle coconut layer ourselves!
Spike’s low budget (but still very tasty) raspberry margaritas
Spike’s strawberry margaritas

To hold the layers better, use a little more ice than usual so you’ve got a thicker margarita – thick enough so you need a spoon to assist you in getting the tasty elixir out of your blender.

Enjoy and have a happy 4th of July!