How to make Snow Margaritas

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snow margarita recipe


What better way to celebrate winter’s blessings than to indulge in a fun treat like a snow margarita. These super simple “Snow-garitas” are wonderfully slushy and smooth without even using a blender. Use the quick and simple version if you’re a margarita newbie looking for a quick fix or try the authentic version for a refined flavor and superior texture. 

 ice cold snow margaritas

Snow-ga-rita Tips: 

  • Using chilled ingredients will keep the snow frozen longer, making your drink nice and slushy while you sip away to your happy place.  
  • If snow is unavailable, multiply the recipe by 4 and add 2 cups of ice. Blend on high until completely smooth with no ice chunks left. 


Quick & Simple Version — 

  • 1/4 cup margarita mix
  • 1/4 cup tequila 
  • 1/3 cup snow 

Pour the chilled margarita mix and tequila in a tumbler and stir in snow. Garnish with a lime and salt on the rim if desired. Serve immediately. 


Authentic Version – 

  • 1/4 cup 100% agave tequila
  • 2 tablespoons quality orange liqueur, such as Cointreau or Grand Marnier
  • 2 tablespoons fresh squeezed limejuice
  • 2 teaspoons agave nectar or sugar  
  • 1/3 cup snow

Pour the chilled liqueur and limejuice together, then briskly whisk in the agave nectar until dissolved. Stir in the chilled tequila and snow. Garnish with a lime and salt on the rim if desired. Serve immediately.  


Written by:: Rachel

Rachel Shivers has written 60 post in this blog.

Rachel is a family and infant photographer in Manhattan, Kansas. She enjoys adventuring with her two-year-old son, innovating with fresh ingredients in the kitchen and falling in love all over again with her handsome hubby.

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  1. Cody says

    Quicker and Simpler Version-

    1/4 cup margarita mix
    1/4 cup tequila
    1 mouthful of snow

    Pour the chilled margarita mix and tequila in to mouth.

    (aka Mouth Margarita)

  2. Pam says

    I have been doing this for years, it makes any type of frozen drink amazing. You can’t get this type of slush with a regular blender and ice.

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