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Mango Daiquiri

This frozen mango daiquiri is bursting with tropical mango flavor. Made with aromatic coconut rum, frozen mango chunks, and orange liquor for a burst of citrus flavor.

This seriously smooth frozen cocktail comes together with 5 ingredients in just one blender. It’s the perfect cocktail for sipping on a warm weekend afternoon. 

A short glass filled with mango daiquiri and topped with a fresh lime wedge and mint sprig.

This Frozen Mango Daiquiri will be on my cocktail rotation all. summer. long. 

I’m all about a frozen cocktail that is made with natural ingredients and not a ton of added sugar, ya feel me?! Some cocktails can go from a simple frozen drink, to sugar overload like a Slurpee from 7-11 reeeeal quick. 

These mango daiquiris are super fresh and made with easy ingredients like frozen mango, rum, Cointreau, fresh lime juice and honey for a touch of sweetness!

If you loved my frozen strawberry margarita recipe then you MUST give these a try. Similar recipe idea, but tropically twisted with rum!

You’ll go from an at-home cocktail, to staycation with just one tropical sip. 

 

Bowls of frozen mango chunks, lime wedges, sugar and lime zest. Ingredients: 

  • frozen mango chunks
  • lime juice
  • rum
  • Cointreau or triple sec (orange liquor)
  • honey
  • Ice

Step by step process on how to make frozen daiquiris in a blender.

How to Make a Frozen Mango Daiquiri: 

  1. In a large blender add your frozen mango chunks, lime juice, rum, Cointreau, honey, and ice. Blend on high until smooth and creamy, about 30-60 seconds. 
  2. Serve in a large cocktail glass with a lime wedge and mango chunk.

Mango Daiquiri Non-Alcoholic 

If you’re interested in making these mango daiquiris a non-alcoholic cocktail version simply sub out the rum and the Cointreau with equal amounts of coconut milk

A frozen mango daiquiri with a fresh mint sprig and a lime wedge.

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My favorite snacks to go with a Mango Daiquiri!

If you make this mango daiquiri recipe be sure to give it a 5-Star Review and tag me on Pinterest and Instagram! I seriously love seeing what you guys are making and sharing your creations with the College Housewife community!

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Mango Daiquiri

  • Author: Elizabeth Van Lierde
  • Prep Time: 5 mintes
  • Cook Time: 0 minutes
  • Total Time: 5 minutes
  • Yield: 2-4 drinks 1x
  • Category: Cocktails
  • Method: Blender
  • Cuisine: Cuban

Description

This frozen mango daiquiri is bursting with tropical mango flavor. Made with aromatic coconut rum, frozen mango chunks, and orange liquor for a burst of citrus flavor.

This seriously smooth frozen cocktail comes together in one blender and is perfect for sipping on a warm weekend afternoon. 


Scale

Ingredients

16 oz / 1 lb bag frozen mango chunks

½ cup lime juice, fresh

8 ounces rum (I use Bacardi)

4 ounces Cointreau or triple sec (orange liquor)

2 ounces honey

2 cups Ice

Fresh Mint for garnish


Instructions

  1. In a large blender add your frozen mango chunks, lime juice, rum, Cointreau, honey, and ice. Blend on high until smooth and creamy, about 30-60 seconds. 
  2. Serve in a large cocktail glass with a lime wedge, and fresh mint.

Notes

Mocktail Variation: To make this a mocktail, omit the rum and Cointreau and add-in 10 ounces of coconut milk. 

Rim your glass: Run the rim of your glass with a lime wedge and dip into a sugar/lime zest mixture.

Keywords: cocktail, drink, tropical

4 Comments

  1. Molly
    May 17, 2020 / 11:49 am

    refreshing and delish!

    • Elizabeth Van Lierde
      Author
      May 17, 2020 / 12:47 pm

      Thanks Molly! Nothing like a frozen drink!

  2. May 16, 2020 / 5:58 pm

    BEST DANG DAIQUIRI there is!
    Seriously though. Made it twice this weekend and I even might put margs on the back burner for awhile!! 😍😍😍

    • Elizabeth Van Lierde
      Author
      May 17, 2020 / 12:48 pm

      My kinda lady! I felt the same way. I usually don’t bee line for rum but these REALLY hit the spot! So happy you loved them!

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