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Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita Recipe

This copycat recipe taste surprisingly similar to the Strawberry Margarita at Texas Roadhouse. Obviously, we don’t know the exact ingredients they use. But this one is super easy to make and tastes so much better than a pre-made mix.

Texas Roadhouse Margarita

How to Make Frozen Strawberry Margaritas.

Pretty much all margaritas have a base of tequila, lime juice, and some sort of liqueur. (Triple sec, Grand Marnier, Blue Curacao, etc…)

Tequila is the base of your margarita, so it’s important to get something high-quality. Look to make sure that your label says “100% de agave”. Otherwise, up to 49% of your tequila is actually fermented cane sugar.

The liqueur you choose really comes down to how much alcohol content you prefer in your margaritas. Triple sec is made from the skins of oranges and has anywhere from 15% to 30% alcohol content.

If you like a stronger drink, you can use something like Cointreau, which is 40% alcohol content.

Others prefer the Grand Marnier. Which is a blend of cognac and triple sec.

So in this case, it really depends on your own personal taste. Bartenders choice.

In this recipe, we use a frozen limeade concentrate, which makes this frozen strawberry margarita especially refreshing in the summer.

Plus, all of the frozen ingredients give this drink its’ perfect texture.

And to top it off, we’ll put some salt around the rim. Because no margarita is truly complete without kosher salt on the rim.

Why type of salt is best?

The kind of salt you use with your margarita makes a big difference.

Traditional table salt is clumpy and the taste is a bit overpowering.

Kosher salt looks great on the glass and tastes delicious. Always a good choice.

Sea salt, however, can take your margarita to another level. It looks great on the glass and pairs perfectly with the sweet and sour taste of the margarita.

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Brief History of Texas Roadhouse

Texas Roadhouse opened its doors on February 17, 1993 in Clarksville, Indiana.

The owner, Kent Taylor, wanted to open a family restaurant where people of all ages could get have a great meal and great fun. Generous portions at an affordable price.

In addition to the legendary margaritas, they’re also well-known for their line dancers, buckets of peanuts, and hand-cut steaks.

So, let me know in the comments… What’s your favorite meal at Texas Roadhouse?

But more importantly… have you tried their margaritas 🙂

Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita Recipe
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Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita Recipe



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Whip up this Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita in just 5 minutes! Whisk yourself away to Margaritaville with just 6 ingredients, a blender, and some friends.


  • 6 oz tequila

  • 2 oz triple sec

  • 16 oz frozen strawberries

  • 4 oz frozen limeade concentrate

  • 1 tbsp sugar

  • Kosher or sea salt for the rim of the glass


  • Place all ingredients in a blender and blend until smooth.
  • Top the rim of your glass with sea salt or kosher salt. Pour and enjoy!
Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita

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Kim - InsanelyGood
Hey there! I'm Kim. I love running, cooking, and curling up with a good book! I share recipes for people who LOVE good food, but want to keep things simple :)

4 thoughts on “Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita Recipe”

  1. I love their Hurricane drinks. But my blender does not whip it into a frothy drink, so what kind of a machine are they using?

    • Hi Peggy, I’m sure they have some kind of restaurant-grade blender that’s more high-powered. You could always try using one of those handheld frothers afterward!


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