We took a frozen mango daiquiri recipe to the next level by adding in pineapple and strawberry! Although you can cut up fresh fruit, I have to tell you, picking up frozen fruit from Trader Joes was a time savor! I didn’t have to add any ice, so the drink was super tasty and not watered down! Okay, I did buy a fresh pineapple, so that I could do these super cute garnishes!!
This is not a traditional mango daiquiri recipe. If you want it traditional, then just use rum, lime, and sugar, along with the frozen mango. This is my spin! Yep, I took liberties, and loved how this turned out! We think you will too!
Of course, if you want an intense mango flavor for your daiquiri, just use a cup and a half of frozen mango, and leave out the pineapple and strawberries. You do you! I don’t add any sugar, which is typical in a mango daiquiri. I prefer a more tart flavor, and the pineapple juice and pineapple add enough sweetness for me.
And if you are not so much a mango fan, but love pineapple, just leave the mango out and make a pineapple daiquiri. As Bruce says, there are no wrong answers! Let’s face it, fruit, rum and a straw, are always a good combination!
What you will need to make a frozen mango daiquiri:
- Cocktail glasses
- Frozen mango
- Frozen pineapple
- Frozen strawberries
- Pineapple juice
- Orange juice
- ½ cup frozen mango
- ½ cup frozen pineapple
- ½ cup frozen strawberries
- 4 ounces rum
- 1 ounce Cointreau
- 4 ounces pineapple juice
- 2 ounces orange juice
- Juice of one lime
- Garnish of top of real pineapple cut into quarters or drink umbrellas
- Place the frozen fruit into a blender. Add in the juices and rum. Blend on high till smooth. Taste and adjust by adding more orange juice if too thick.
- Serve in glasses garnished with the top of a real pineapple, or with drink umbrellas.
Perfect summer cocktail for sitting by the pool! Great for big batches for friends!
Bruce and Dina Miller
We have a feeling that a big batch of these will show up at a beach party soon!
Dina and Bruce