Strawberry Basil Margarita

Strawberry Basil Margarita

Muffinmom 75

"I created this one night to use up some summer strawberries and some of my basil. What a refreshing and delicious summer drink! I know it sounds unusual, but try it and see!"


5 m servings
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Original recipe yields 2 servings


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  1. Combine the strawberries, tequila, orange-flavored liqueur, lemon juice, sugar, and basil leaves in a blender; mix on low until smooth. Add the ice and puree until the ice is crushed, 30 to 60 seconds.
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Perfect! I served this to a large group of ladies, and the comments were "Refreshing!", "So nicely balanced!", "Please send us the recipe!". In order to serve this to a group, I made up severa...

Outstanding! I made it exactly as written, and after tasting, I decided to add a couple more basil leaves to suit my tastes. For my second batch I had to use a lime because I was out of lemon ...

Excellent! Made it as stated. I had to use more ice, but my ice maker makes pretty small pieces. Very refreshing & good.

Thank you so much for sharing this recipe! I made it last night for sisters night, and we LOVED them. I did tweak it a bit, but I do not recommend omitting any of the flavors in this recipe, the...

I tend to think of myself as a margarita connoisseur, and this recipe definitely hit the spot! The very simple addition of basil really added a unique spin. One thing I added that really blend...

This was so delicious! The basil really enhances the flavor of the strawberries. I needed to use up my limes, so I used them instead of lemons and it was great. If lemons make this recipe better...

Simply amazing. I'm going to make this for all future parties.

these were absolutely fantastic! my strawberries weren't that ripe but the basil really made them taste great. i was so intrigued with basil as an ingredient for a margarita. i never heard of th...

Delicious! A great summer drink. I used the sweet basil plant I have in my container garden and it came out perfect :)