Blueberry Margaritas are a unique and fabulous flavor for a margarita!
These frozen blueberry margaritas are a beautiful color. The flavor is a lovely combination of blueberry and lime.
You can use margarita glasses to make these blueberry margaritas (that’s traditional). Or you can choose to use some chunky Mexican-style glasses (or your regular drinking or cocktail glasses, if you must).
How do you make virgin Blueberry Margaritas?
Just follow the directions to do everything as instructed, but leave out the tequila. They’ll be kind of like blueberry smoothies for the little ones!
How to edge the rim when serving a sweet and fruity margarita:
Instead of edging the rim with salt, as you do in a classic margarita, these will be edged to be sweet rather than salty. Edging these in sugar will make the sugar complementary to the sweetness of the blueberry margarita.
Just dip the edge of the glass in orange juice, and then dip into granulated white sugar. Even better, if you have baker’s fine sugar lying around, edge it in that instead. Every sip you take, you’ll get a little sugar with your blueberry margaritas!
Here are a few more recipes for margaritas that you might like to try:
- Pomegranate Margaritas
- Cranberry Margaritas
- Frozen Strawberry Margarita
- Citrus Margaritas
- Pineapple Margaritas
- 3 cups ice cubes
- ⅓ cup good tequila
- 2 cups fresh blueberries (frozen are ok too)
- One 6-ounce can frozen limeade
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- ¼ cup Cointreau
- fresh orange juice
- granulated fine white sugar
- In a blender, blend all ingredients except the orange juice and the granulated sugar. Blend until smooth.
- Dip the rims of the serving glasses in orange juice and then in sugar. Pour the frozen blueberry mixture into the glasses.
- Don't dip these margaritas in salt! The blueberry flavor requires the sweet accompaniment of sugar.