Perfectly Peachy Margarita Recipe

Perfectly Peachy Margarita Recipe

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A Southern twist on a South-of-the-Border classic.

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  • 21 Ounces Sauza Blue Silver 100% Agave Tequila
  • 4 Ounces orange liqueur
  • 7 Ounces fresh squeezed lime juice
  • 4 Ounces peach nectar
  • Peach wedge for garnish
  • 4 Ounces peach schnapps


In a pitcher filled with ice, combine all ingredients and stir. Chill and serve over ice in prepared glasses.

Nutritional Facts


Calories Per Serving313

Folate equivalent (total)4µg1%

Peach Margarita Recipe – Easy and Simple Frozen Margarita

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5 minute white peach margaritas

And by garage sale, I’m referring to the excess amount of blogging paraphernalia including (but not limited to) Anthropologie bowls, dishes, legos, stacks of bills, a random nesting suitcase, and other props that seem to make sense all in the name of creativity.

You can barely walk around without tripping over something. And from an outsider’s perspective, it must look like I’m a doomed hoarder or something! I have grand plans to clean it all one day but for now, I’ll settle on the excuse that it’s just a tiny room. You know, small house problems…

However, buried beneath the endless piles, a small bottle of treasure was unearthed from the rubble.

Contrary to the picture, my blogging sessions are not fueled by swigs of tequila (although, sometimes I wonder…).

This little bottle was discovered while rummaging around looking for an envelope. It was at the bottom of a gift bag I received from the Saveur Blog Awards. There were lots of things in that bag, including a fresh lime that has now turned a terrifying shade of gray.

Anyhow, when life hands you tequila…

One must prepare cocktails.

And these peachy margaritas are so easy to make, they only take about 5 minutes! It’s just like making a smoothie.

We begin by chopping up 2 juicy white peaches…

White peaches are a seasonal treat from the Gods!

It’s nice to switch up the fruit bowl once in a while, you know? In comparison to yellow peaches, they’re just a touch sweeter and have a light floral quality to them. I wish you could sniff one. White nectarines would be nice too…

After you’ve chopped up your peaches, throw them into a blender. Top with tequila, Triple sec, the juice of 1 lemon, and honey.

PS- Usually, cocktails are sweetened with simple syrup, a mixture of equal parts sugar and water cooked down until syrupy. Opting for honey is much faster, better for you, and more convenient. You don’t have to deal with boiling (and cooling) a hot syrupy liquid. Plus, I think honey compliments the natural sweetness of white peaches quite nicely. Again, think floral.

It’s natural amber color lends the most beautiful golden hue to these margaritas as well.

I’ve talked about my mint a gazillion times ever since its garden takeover this past spring, and I’m continually stunned by it’s resilience. It should be dead by now. Surprisingly, my mint has survived our intense July heat waves, torrential down pours, and the most unpredictable factor: my kids.

It’s now blooming these white fuzzy things that look like caterpillars, which I’ve used for garnish.

Once your peaches are perfectly blended, pour into glasses filled with ice.

Top with a few peach slices… and you’re done.

PS: For more seasonal drink ideas, check out With Food + Love and Will Frolic For Food. Sherrie and Renee have compiled the work of some incredible bloggers who know how to shake up a creative cocktail! It’s refreshing. Inspiring. And it will make your mouth water (see full list at the end of this post). Cheers!

How to make a peach margarita from scratch:

Begin the recipe by using a cocktail shaker or jar with a lid to combine together the tequila, peach puree, lime juice, orange-flavored liqueur, and maple syrup together. Place the shaker top or jar lid on the shaker or jar and carefully shake for 10 to 15 seconds.

Pour the drink mixture from the shaker or jar into a glass. Top with a lime wedge for garnish. Serve and enjoy!

The Most Delicious Frozen Peach Margarita

I’ve never met a margarita I didn’t like. I say this fully knowing that there are still many more flavors out there to try as well. I’ve made it a bit of a habit to try margaritas in the various towns that we visit and I always love getting to try out new flavors and tastes.

But who would have thought that one of my favorite margarita recipes was one that I’d create in my very own kitchen. Since I’m a southern girl, you know that I love the flavor of peaches so this is what prompted this sweet and glorious drink.

It’s become quite a favorite cocktail in our house to sip on at the end of the day. And since it has a little bit of fruit, I like to think of it as having somewhat of a health factor to it as well.

Don’t miss out on this crazy easy recipe for margaritas. It just might be your new favorite sipper.

Ingredients needed to make homemade margaritas

  • 2 cups frozen peaches (fresh and very ripe if you have them)
  • 1 cup Simply Peach juice (or other peach juice)
  • 1 cup ice
  • 2 oz. tequila
  • 2 tbsp. Agave syrup or honey
  • Juice of 2 limes (fresh of course)
  • Coarse kosher salt for garnish
  • Fresh lime slices and peach slices for garnish

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Peachy Old Fashioned Cocktails (The Amazing Side Benefit of Preserved Peaches)

A few years back, The New York Times published a pretty simple recipe for delicious peaches preserved in brandy.

Essentially, it&aposs blanched, peeled peaches briefly simmered in sugar water with brandy floated over the top of the gently cooked, jarred fruit. So simple.

All well and good and delicious, yes. But for our purposes, there is an incredible side benefit to this peach preservation project: Simmering the peaches in sugar water results in essentially peach-infused simple syrup.

"Why would this syrup not be amazing in cocktails?" we wondered. Why indeed.

So we bottled it up and have been making perfectly peachy Old Fashioneds with it. Like so:

Perfectly Peachy Old Fashioned Cocktail

  • 1 tablespoon peach-infused simple syrup
  • Splash of water
  • 1 dash Angostura bitters
  • 1 dash Fee Brothers Old Fashion Aromatic bitters (or just 2 dashes of Angostura bitters, but you might like the spiciness of the Fee Brothers Old Fashion bitters)
  • Ice
  • 2 ounces rye whiskey or bourbon
  • Twist of lemon

To make: Combine the simple syrup, splash of water, and bitters in an Old Fashioned glass. Add cracked ice and whiskey, and stir to combine. Add a twist of lemon.

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This margarita has a really good balance of flavors. Definitely use a good brand of tequila, that makes all the difference!

My husband and I made it last night and it tasted just like the one we get at Applebee’s. We followed the recipe exactly and didn’t change anything.

What was left out of the recipe is Olive Juice. Once I put 1/2 oz. of that in it was very close to Applebee’s. But yes. the type of sweet and sour mix does make a difference. An option is to buy limeaide frozen can, let it thaw and use a 1 to 1 ratio of tequila and limeaide and then olive juice to taste. that is what smothes it out.

Yumo, its my birthday, just made it. FYI, Make your own sweet and sour mix and simple sysup. It makes all the difference. Its perfect. I have saved this to my favs:-0)

Watch out, this is SO good you'll want to drink more than you should!

This tastes exactly like it (when they make it right.) I made my own simple syrup (1:1 sugar and water) and my own sweet and sour mix (3 parts simple syrup 1 part lemon 1 part lime) and mixed it all together. At first it tasted kinda thick and a little different but then I noticed that as some of the ice melted and mixed in with the drink, the better it got. this is for sure the recipe.

Cant seem to get it to taste like applebee's. Did anyone figure it out yet?

Actually, for those if you posting that this recipe is incorrect, our incomplete, you are mistaken. I am currently an Applebee's bartender, and this is our EXACT recipe.

I think it's very close, but I made my own sweet and sour mix from scratch and it's a little too sweet, my fault! Added a little more regular lime juice (I did use Rose's in the drink but didn't want to sweeten it more) and a splash of olive juice to tone down the sweet. I think next time I'll check my sweet and sour mix and it will be perfect!

Yep! This is the one from Applebee's. It really is the perfect margarita! Thanks, I've been trying different concoctions for some time now, and couldn't quite get it. (Had fun trying though)

I was a bartender at Applebee's and I agree that it's the sour mix that will throw this off. Make your own and you'll do better as the bottled stuff just doesn't cut it. Otherwise this recipe is quite close.

Been rainy and cold here this week so we had a little "tropical" party one night and made margaritas with this recipe.

My favorite margarita - both at Applebee's and now at home! I buy the bottle of simple syrup at the grocery store so I don't have to make it myself each time but if you can't buy it it's super simple to make just mix equal parts water and sugar in a saucepan and let simmer until it gets a little syrupy. Don't let it crystalize.

I've made this several times but will be making it in a big batch for the 4th of july fireworks tomorrow. It's perfect and everyone thinks I make the best margaritas!

This is the PERFECT copy of the Perfect Margarita! I have a new favorite go to drink!

Can anybody tell me how to make sweet & sour mix from scratch?

Make sure you use fresh squeezed lime juice. The stuff you buy is NOT the same. Was a bartender at applebee's in college.

I just made this and am drinking it now. It is so good and I think it tastes just like the one from Applebee's. I made sweet and sour mix and simple syrup from scratch, mixed it with Cointreau, Grand Marnier and 1800 Resposido Agave Tequila. I didn't have any extra limes from the sweet and sour mix so I used Rose's brand sweetened lime juice. I measured the amounts perfectly, added 3 olives and a tsp of olive juice. PERFECT!

how do you make it a strawberry margarita?

Can anyone tell me what "Simple Syrup" is?

Simple Syrup is one part sugar and one part water, boiled until "syrupy". I believe you can also buy pre-made simple syrup (some grocery stores and/or liquor stores may carry it)

only thing missing is .5 oz simple syrup

This was absolutely PERFECT. Tastes just like Apple Bee's!

The liquor in this recipe is right, but the reason it doesn't taste the same as when made at the store is because Applebee's uses a signature sweet 'n sour mix that you can't get anywhere else. Unless you work at an Applebee's and your management allows you to buy a case of it. Really nothing compares to their sweet n sour, so no matter how hard you try with this maragarita it without it, it will never taste as good!

I worked at Applebee's for 5 years as a bartender. This recipe is close. To the reviewers that did not like this recipe I suspect you are using a bottled sweet and sour mix. Bottled sweet and sour is very strong and otherwise not good. Try making your own.

This recipe is nowhere near Applebee's Perfect Margarita. Not sweet, like Applebee's, and the alcohol:mixer ratio is ridiculous.

this recipe works best frozen. delicious!

I have tried Prefect Margaritas at every place in town and none can touch Applebee's. They sre absolutely delish.

This may tast close but I make them at home EXACTLY the way applebees makes them.there is a lot of things missing from this. I may add my recipe soon.

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Peach Celebrations

Of all the Georgia peach festivals that take place every June, a pair of big events stand out for
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