Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita is another way to prepare a refreshing cantaloupe drink this summer. Cantaloupes are on sale and we have prepared some frozen cantaloupe cubes already. It is one day before July 4th and Cantaloupe Margarita is one of the drinks we are serving. The good thing about making fruity margaritas, the same basic margarita ingredients are used plus whatever fresh fruit you desire. So simple and economical.
Instead of using ice cubes, I have frozen and refrigerated cantaloupe cubes. Drinks are richer and tastier and not watered down. Cantaloupe can get thick when blended, so it is best to add some cold lemon lime drink with it. Frozen limeade can be used too. Also, if you have time, chill your glasses in the fridge and don't forget to rim glasses with salt or sugar.
Many fruits are in season at this time of year, try my watermelon juice and nectarine mojito. They are so good and refreshing too. Another good one, but it's not made of fruit is my spicy margarita. This is a drink with a kick, tequila and jalapeno.
Don’t be fooled, tequila disappears in the sweetness of the cantaloupe and triple sec. Don’t keep loading up on tequila if you don’t want any hang over. It is 2 am and I am craving this drink while writing this post. If you love cantaloupe, another drink you might like is the Cantaloupe Vodka Cocktail.
How to Make Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita
Enjoy this refreshing Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita this July 4th celebration. Watch my video and learn how to make this easy melon margarita drink. Enjoy!
Frozen Cantaloupe Margarita
- 2 cups cantaloupe cubed, de-seeded & unfrozen
- 2 cups cantaloupe frozen
- 4 oz simple syrup or ½ cup
- ½ cup lemon lime soda
- ½ cup of Orange Liqueur or Triple Sec
- 4-6 oz Tequila
- ½ lime squeeze juice
- Salt or sugar for rim of the glass
- Slit a slice of lime and run it around the rim of glass to wet it.
- Put salt or sugar on a plate to rim the glass. Slowly turn the glass parallel to the plate apply salt to the outside rim.
- In a blender, add frozen and unfrozen cantaloupe, simple sugar, lemon lime soda, triple sec, tequila and squeezed lime juice. If your blender has the smoothie program, press that or the equivalent function.
- Note: While blending, you can add more tequila depending on your taste or make tequila available for people who prefers a stronger drink.
- Garnish margarita glasses with cantaloupe balls, a slice of lime and cantaloupe.
- Pour cantaloupe margarita.
- For non-alcoholic cantaloupe margarita, don’t add tequila and triple sec.
- When making drinks in a blender, don't add too much tequila. Some people cannot tolerate a strong drink. Make tequila bottle available to people who prefers stronger drinks.