Mango Coconut Margarita

Mango Coconut Margarita Cocktail recipe - easy tropical drink!

It’s National Margarita Day!  And I have the perfect new cocktail recipe, Mango Coconut Margarita!  No need to buy all those margarita mixes, this easy recipe for Mango Coconut Margaritas is a frozen margarita and ready in no time.  Just put everything in the blender, and in a few seconds, they’re ready!!  Easy to make these into non-alcohoholic mocktails too!

Mango Coconut MargaritaLike I said, no need to buy those margarita mixes.  You might me wondering how to make a margarita without a mix, but it’s really easy!  What is in a margarita?  Well, you can put whatever you want. :)  Many of the margarita mixes are just corn syrup and water.  You’ll be amazed how sweet and refreshing this margarita is with just fresh fruit and no added sugar.  But if you like your drinks really sweet, add a little sugar, agave, or honey.  I added tequila, triple sec, coconut milk, fresh lime juice, fresh mango, and ice cubes to this best ever margarita!!  The coconut flavor is not really strong so if you’re not a huge coconut fan, don’t worry, I don’t think you’ll even notice the coconut.  Although, I LOVE coconut and lined the rim of my glass with unsweetened coconut, lime zest, and salt!

If you want to turn these frozen Mango Coconut Margaritas into mocktails, substitute water or more coconut cream/milk for the alcohol.  Kids will love it!

Mango Coconut Margarita

Happy National Margarita Day friends!  Hope you enjoy my Mango Coconut Margarita recipe!!

Mango Coconut Margarita

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Mango Coconut Margarita

Mango Coconut Margarita
4.7 from 3 reviews
Recipe type: Cocktail
Cuisine: American
Prep time:
Total time:
Serves: 1
Homemade frozen margarita with fresh fruit and ready in no time!
  • 2 tablespoons tequila
  • 1 tablespoon triple sec (or orange flavored liqueur)
  • 1 tablespoon coconut milk (or cream)
  • 1 teaspoon fresh lime juice
  • 1 fresh mango, cubed (about 1 cup)
  • ½ cup ice
  • Optional (for glass rim): lime juice, salt, finely grated unsweetened coconut, lime zest
  1. Place the tequila, triple sec, coconut milk, lime juice, mango, and ice into blender. Process until smooth.
  2. Rub lime juice along glass rim. Dip rim into mixture of salt, unsweetened coconut, and/or lime zest as desired. Pour drink into prepared glass.
SNAPPY TIPS: Add sugar, agave, or honey as desired for a sweeter drink. Instead of rubbing lime juice on the glass rim, try honey.

SNAPPY SUBSTITUTIONS: For a mocktail, substitute water or more coconut cream/milk for the alcohol.

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  1. Cheers to Margarita Day! Thanks for including my Kiss of Light Margarita in your list of recipes to try. Your mango coconut one sounds wonderful and it’s nice & tropical.

  2. Am getting ready to run to the store to pick up some more limes. Love making my own mix. And I love this mango-coconut combo! Happy Marg Day! :)

  3. What a gorgeous looking margarita! I love mango and all kinds of cocktails! Can’t wait to give this one a try. I obviously did not know it’s national margarita day! But somehow my most recently post from a couple of days ago was also a margarita! hahaha…what an coincident!? Cheers, Lisa! Happy Friday.

  4. I have to go and buy some mangoes tomorrow….

  5. Darn! How did I miss Margarita Day? I’m so bummed. I wonder if I can make one of these on Friday and pretend…

  6. Oh man, I love mango margaritas but with coconut??? Sounds amazing. I could use one to get me through a rough Monday! haha

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  8. mixmaster says:

    This looks good and a nice mix of flavors, but cocktails recipes are in ounces or or parts, not tablespoons and teaspoons
    one tablespoon=1/2 oz
    one teaspoon= 1/6? oz
    You’re making drinks not cookies

    • Thanks for the comment. Yes I am aware some cocktail recipes are in ounces or parts. My recipes are for the average home cook not bartenders and my readers tend to prefer tablespoons and teaspoons. Thanks for stopping by. :)

  9. Is it Friday yet? These look tasty and would be nice pool side. I could almost pretend I was in Mexico!

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