10 Marvelous Ways To Mix Up Margaritas Gallery

Though the margarita is most closely associated with summertime sipping on the beach or Cinco de Mayo, we are firm believers that you can have a margarita at any time of the year. What's not to like about the classic combination of lime, tequila, and triple sec, after all? Plus, the base of the margarita is so easy to alter and twist for any occasion or palate.

So to celebrate the spicy, sweet, and always fruity and feisty margarita, we reached out to our Culinary Content Network of food bloggers to see what their favorite margarita recipes are.

Cantaloupe Margaritas

Melon and margaritas aren't often mixed together, but Urban Bliss Life proves they probably should be with this surprising orange drink.

For the Cantaloupe Margaritas recipe, click here.

Cucumber Margaritas

The best part about a margarita is how few ingredients it has. Everyday Champagne kept it simple with this bright four-ingredient cucumber cocktail.

For the Cucumber Margaritas recipe, click here.

Fresh Spearmint Frozen Margaritas

One would expect to see cilantro or lime garnish in a frozen margarita, but Diary of a Mad Hausfrau gives this cocktail a new, fresh look and flavor with fresh spearmint.

For the Fresh Spearmint Frozen Margaritas recipe, click here.

Frozen Cherry Margaritas

If you're truly committed to drinking margaritas all year long, frozen fruit is the key. The Redhead Baker's frozen cherry margarita lets you have a sip of summer even in the dark of winter.

For the Frozen Cherry Margaritas recipe, click here.

Hibiscus Margarita

There's no ifs, ands, or buts about it, making your own hibiscus syrup is a bit of a task. But for this surprising floral margarita from Mission: Food, it's totally worth it.

For the Hibiscus Margarita recipe, click here.

Mango Jalapeño Margaritas

Mango is always a favorite flavor, and with the twist of spicy jalapeño and habanero peppers, Ev's Eats makes this margarita a true original creation.

For the Mango Jalapeño Margaritas recipe, click here.

Pineapple Sriracha Margarita

Name a more iconic duo than spicy and fruity. We'll wait. Giggles, Gobbles, and Gulps has that combination down pat with this pineapple sriracha margarita.

For the Pineapple Sriracha Margarita recipe, click here.

Strawberry Key Lime Margarita

Though a lot of the margaritas on this roundup are unexpected, there's something to be said for an iconic combination. My Suburban Kitchen nailed it with this summery combination of fresh key limes, strawberries, and orange liqueur.

For the Strawberry Key Lime Margarita recipe, click here.

Sweet Grapefruit Margarita

Sweet, salty, and sour. What more could you want from a margarita? How about something super pretty? With this recipe, Seasonal Cravings truly delivers.

For the Sweet Grapefruit Margarita recipe, click here.

Watermelon-Tequila Margarita Popsicles

The Primlani Kitchen had a brilliant idea: Turn a favorite cocktail into a favorite frozen treat, the popsicle. A little spicy and a lot refreshing, this is the epitome of a light (yet naughty) dessert.

For the Watermelon-Tequila Margarita Popsicles recipe, click here.

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