I love the flavor of margarita mix. It has a combination of sweet with just a little tart from the limes. We have been searching for recipes that can be used for smoothies and remembered this Mock Margarita one from a punch that we used to use for parties. Surprisingly, this is awesome alone but can be used as a base for several summer flavored smoothies. This version contains no alcohol so the kids can enjoy it too.
- 6 ounces frozen lemonade concentrate
- 6 ounces frozen limeade concentrate
- 1/2 cup powdered sugar or Splenda
- 3 cups crushed ice
- 1 2 liter bottle carbonated lemon-lime beverage
- 2 thinly sliced limes
- If you are blessed with a crushed ice dispenser, skip this step. Otherwise, crush ice in food processor or place in baggies and let the kids whack it for you
- Blend frozen concentrates, sugar and crushed ice on low until mixed well
- Slowly combine the lemon-lime beverage and pulse until smooth
- Serve in colored sugared or salt rimmed glasses
Looking for a larger recipe for Punchless Margarita’s? This one is for punch bowl serving size.
Cheryl Everitt says
This sounds absolutely amazing! Thank you for the recipe.
This is my kind of drink. I’ve never had a margarita, but this mock margarita sounds perfect!
I haven’t tried this yet. It sounds okay but, nothing beats the real thing.
I really like lemons and limes just as they are.Have some in the freezer,fridge,and in liquid form!
Sara Theissen says
This sounds great! It doesn’t seem too complicated to make, either. Thanks for posting.
Linda Manns Linneman says
This sounds like a wonderful refreshing drink for this humid weather. I love the taste of marguerita’s but I do not drink that much alcohol. Thank you for sharing
Colleen Maurina says
I love the taste of margaritas! This looks so refreshing for the hot summer weather. I like beverages that are a little tart and not so sweet.
Carolyn Massey says
I also like the taste of Margaritas and this recipe sounds yummy even without the alcohol. I will make it for my friends and see if they notice the difference. Thanks for sharing.
Faye Gates says
Just i time for Cinco-de-mayo. I don’t drink alcohol, so this will be perfect for my Mexican dinner on Saturday.
I’m on a lot of medications so I can’t have as many Margarita’s as I would like. This could be exactly what can change all that, a non alcoholic Margarita. Thanks so much.
Wanda Tracey says
Thank you for the mock margarita’s recipe>I love them and find them very addictive so it will be nice to drink as many as I like without feeling tipsy.LOL
Traci U says
This sounds good & since i can no longer drink alcohol this is the next best thing.
Dale Hunsberger says
This sounds scrumptious! And since I don’t drink alcohol any more, I’m gonna have to try this!
Heidi Spittler says
I can’t wait to try this, it looks delicious!
Wow, this sounds amazing, I don’t drink Alcohol very often, so this sounds perfect. I will have to give this a try.
Thanks for the Post, Picture, and the Recipe!
Lisa Coomer Queen says
This Mock Margarita looks awesome! Will be sure and try it. Thanks!
Dorothy Boucher says
This sounds very tasty , its been so long since I have made myself one of these drinks, Spring is here and I am feeling like it today 🙂 thanks for the recipe
This sounds like something we’d enjoy on a hot summer evening!
Margarita is my all time favorite drink.I don’t know if it’s the flavor, or because I’m addicted to salt. Whatever, it’s the perfect drink.
terry myers says
Looking for a new drink I have found it! Thanks
Dianna Davis says
This sounds very good–and I’m glad it can be made without alcohol,for all to enjoy. It will be a summer drink in this family with using sherbert to keep it cold and creamy, Thanks for a great idea. 🙂
Since I don’t drink I love that you have this mock recipe. The only time I’m tempted to have a drink is when I see icy drinks in the summer.
laura rubenstein says
This sounds soooo good!!! Especially in the summer
I love love margeritas. I can’t wait to try your recipe.
Dorothy Boucher says
What a great recipe, and do like how easy these are to make, Never thought about making one at home lol .. I have only tried a couple of different flavors in which I believe one was a chocolate and the other coconut.. I do like how they are presented but I am not a huge fan on this drink… Thanks again for share
Michele Ash says
Thanks so much for the recipe for Mock Margarita! This can definitely be used for the Holidays! My husband and I don’t generally drink alcoholic beverages because of the medications which we are on, however, these mock margaritas sound terrific! This is definitely something I think I would really enjoy! Thanks so much for this recipe! I really do appreciate it! Thanks again, Michele 🙂
Sherryl Wilson says
You can also make Mock Mimosas with Orange Juice and Sprite (Or Sprite Zero)… they are delicious
Mistr M. says
Yum! I also enjoy the flavor of margaritas -minus the alcohol. Definitely making this one for the summertime fetes that are happening soon! 😉 Thanks for the recipe!
Lauryn R says
iI love this! I am not a big alcohol drinker, but I love the taste of margarita mix as well. This looks delicious and refreshing! Perfect for summer!
Holly Thomas says
This sounds great and would be perfect as I don’t drink alcohol.
I love a good margarita. I would be willing to try this version.It sounds okay.
Dawn @ Pin-n-Tell says
This recipe sounds not only yummy, but refreshing! I love to serve mocktails, that way I don’t have to worry about anyone under 21 grabbing a glass 🙂 Thank you for the recipe, so pinning this!!
valerie guerrero says
this looks so easy and yummy im going to give it a try
Margaritas and Dacquiris both are so refreshing. The addition of the carbonation would add a really nice touch, I would think, without the alcohol.
This is a great mocktail recipe, I can’t wait to try it. You can probably use any two flavors of frozen concentrate you want, I think I would use Strawberry and Mango. Thank you for sharing this recipe.
Tamra Phelps says
This sounds great. I pinned it. I don’t drink–not a judgement on anybody, I just never really liked most alcoholic drinks, & I’m diabetic. But this sounds great.
We have been testing this list and found that you can use Splenda in place of the sugar without any changes in consistency.