Banana Margaritas

Banana Margaritas


"An unusual twist to a classic drink! Watch out, these will sneak up on you!"


10 m servings
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Original recipe yields 4 servings


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  1. Sugar the rims of 4 large margarita glasses. To do so, pour sugar onto a small plate, moisten the rims of the glasses on a damp towel and press them into the sugar.
  2. In a blender, combine tequila, limeade, triple sec and ice. Blend until smooth. Add bananas and blend again until smooth. Pour into glasses and serve.
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  1. 35 Ratings


Alot of my guest thought it would be better with salt around the rim instead of the sugar...myself I liked the sugar on the rim!! Great drink...that really does sneak up on you!

These were interesting but my husband thought there would be more banana flavor. I ended up using many more bananas than the recipe called for and kept tweaking until we liked it. I can say I ha...

WOW. I don't even like margaritas, but these were amazing. The banana really makes it creamy and delicious--try this recipe if you like tropical drinks! I was thinking of adding some orange j...

I had to try this one being an avid margarita drinker. However, you MUST like the taste of triple sec to like this drink, and unfortunatly, we dont. Also, my bananas weren't very ripe and coul...

Excellent!! I made these for Superbowl and everyone loved them. Even my non-sweet drinking/beer only friend! I did use 4 large bananas and reduced Triple Sec slightly to give them more banana...

Unbelievably great. The concept of bananas in my mararita was so odd, I had to try it. Actually, I was entertaining an annoying guest and was looking for a distraction. I certainly was not pr...

You can taste every ingredient and it blends very well together. Awesome drink!!

Very tender drink. I didn`t have orange liqueur and I used orange juice. The drink came out good.

I followed the recipe exactly and it has the perfect hint of banana flavor. Love em' and hubby did too~ Thanks for a great recipe. I will be making these again!