Raspberry Lime Margritas

Last week I said that I was going to publish one margarita recipe every Friday up until Cinco de Mayo - so far so good! Although the strawberry margarita recipe I published last week is one of my favourites, I love this raspberry lime margarita recipe even more. An incredible addictive combination of sweet raspberries and punchy lime - it's almost impossible not to fall in love with this cocktail!

Raspberry Lime Margaritas recipe - a sweet and zingy cocktail which is easy to make and sooo addictive! Ideal for Cinco de Mayo! | www.happyhealthymotivated.com

When it comes to margarita recipes, I always think that you need a strong citrus or sweet fruity twist to break through the spicy heat of tequila - and this cocktail does it perfectly with both zingy lime juice and candy-like raspberries.

I love my margaritas to be icy cold. If you do, too, you'll need to plan ahead a bit and make sure your raspberries are frozen. If you use room temperature raspberries, you'll still have the gorgeous flavour, but you'll have more of a thin, liquid texture, as opposed to a thick, frozen texture.

Raspberry Lime Margaritas recipe - a sweet and zingy cocktail which is easy to make and sooo addictive! Ideal for Cinco de Mayo! | www.happyhealthymotivated.com

If you're a serious margarita lover, you might be thinking, "How is this a raspberry lime margarita recipe? Don't all margaritas have lime in them?" which is totally true. Although if you thought that, I think you might be a bit overly familiar with cocktail recipes and might have to lay off them for a while.

Anyway - yes. Standard margarita recipes do include lime juice, but this raspberry lime margarita has about double the amount of lime juice as is standard, so I felt the ingredient worthy of including in the title. Plus, I really love lime! So there.

Raspberry Lime Margaritas recipe - a sweet and zingy cocktail which is easy to make and sooo addictive! Ideal for Cinco de Mayo! | www.happyhealthymotivated.com

This margarita cocktail recipe makes two small servings like the ones you see in the photos, but you could easily up the ingredients and make a margarita pitcher. How amazing does that sound right now?! If you want to make a large pitcher of the stuff, I recommend multiplying all the ingredients by six. If you make just enough, everyone's happy. And if you make too much, everyone's even happier. Win - win, right?

Raspberry Lime Margaritas recipe - a sweet and zingy cocktail which is easy to make and sooo addictive! Ideal for Cinco de Mayo! | www.happyhealthymotivated.com

Raspberry Lime Margritas

Total Time 5 mins
Servings 2 servings

Ingredients
  

  • ½ cup frozen raspberries
  • 1 ounce tequila
  • ½ ounce triple sec
  • 6 small ice cubes
  • juice of 1 lime
  • 2 tablespoons sugar

Instructions
 

  • Place all the ingredients into a blender and whiz for around 1 minute until everything is completely combined and broken down.
  • Pour into two glasses and serve.

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  1. Erin @ Miss Scrambled Egg

    Nicola - This looks fabulous. Margaritas are probably my favorite type of cocktail. I love the use of raspberries in this recipe. Yum! I'm going to a wedding on Cinco de Mayo this year and it will be featuring all of the Mexican food and drink!

    • Nicola Quinn

      That wedding sounds amazing! And totally requires a margarita (or two!) before you go to get you in the mood! 😀

  2. Kelly

    Not only are they gorgeous, they look delicious!!!

    • Nicola Quinn

      Thanks so much, Kelly! 🙂

  3. Kristin

    I'm pretty sure if margaritas were the only thing available to drink for the rest of my life, I would live happily. There are so many options!! This sounds amazing. I feel like it would be a little dangerous. haha. Love it!! Thanks again for linking up with us today!!

  4. All that's Jas

    Looks so good! I could use a glass right now. Thanks for linking up with Thursday Favorite Things, can't wait to see what you'll share next week!

    • Nicola Quinn

      Thanks, Jas! I'll see you there 🙂

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