Frozen Margarita Mocktails

You have got to try these frozen margarita mocktails (no alcohol)!  The first time I made this delicious concoction was for a ladies event at our church.  They were a big hit and I had to make batches and batches of them.  Those ladies could knock back some frozen margarita mocktails!

This recipe, however, makes four.  But you will probably want to double or triple it!  It’s the perfect summertime party drink and only takes five ingredients, including the salt and ice!


I have to admit that I’m sitting here drinking one as I upload the pictures I just took.  Somebody has to be the taste tester, right?  I did freeze the rest of the batch.

As I took my first sip, I remembered why this is my all time favorite summer drink.  It’s salty, sweet, tangy and tart, all mixed up together and the taste of the margarita makes me want to drink the entire pitcher! Watch out for brain freeze!

And since I’m on vacation at the beach this week, I thought this would be the ideal time to share this simple and refreshing frozen Margarita mocktail.  Cheers!


Frozen Margarita Mocktails
  • 2 T Kosher Salt
  • ½ lime, cut into 4 wedges
  • 1 can (6 oz) frozen limeade
  • ¼ cup orange juice
  • 4 cups ice cubes
  1. Place salt in a flat dish. Rub rims of glass with a lime wedge. Dip rim into salt. Blend all other ingredients in a blender for 1-2 minutes or until crushed.
  2. Helpful Hint: In place of the frozen limeade, you can also use the No Worries Mixers, 5 calorie, no alcohol margarita mix. It's right beside the frozen limeade!
About Alli

Southern, Morning Person, Jesus Girl, Frugal Party Planner, Writer/Blogger, Mom, Nana, Wife, Beach Bum Wannabe - Let's Have a Party!


  1. Yum – this sounds awesome Alli, hope you have a great week at the beach xx Nat
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  2. Thanks for sharing this yummy recipe!
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  3. YUMMO! When should I stop by for the party? I’ll bring some chips and salsa?
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  4. Ooh these are SOOOO perfect for summer! They look yummy! Have a great week!

    ~Abby =)
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  5. I’m all about the mocktails, at least until October 🙂

  6. My husband loves margaritas, I bet he would love these!
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  7. Oh so yummy! sounds good for a hot summer evening.
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  8. These look awesome! I am totally pinning them!
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  9. Hi there! I am co-hosting this week on the Grab A Friend Blog Hop. Thanks for connecting up!
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  10. These look great – I’m all about frozen things in the summertime!!
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  11. I love frozen, fruity drinks, but I often see alcoholic versions, and I don’t drink. I LOVE this! Thanks!
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  12. This looks completely amazing & refreshing for summer 🙂 Will definately make this for company!!

  13. We forgot to use the other can and now I want one. Oh, we’ll! Lol I love them!

  14. refreshing!!! yum Hugs
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  15. Melinda Snavley says

    I loved these drinks had them at the Beach and of course Alli made them for us. 🙂

    • I enjoyed “teaching” you how to make them. Those Frozen Margarita Mocktails are the easiest things to make and they taste so, so good! Thanks for being in charge of liming and salting the rims of the glasses! I had a blast!

  16. I’m thrilled to be featuring this drink in today’s roundup!

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