You’ll love this beer margarita to enjoy with Mexican food or for happy hour. Just a few ingredients to a refreshing Corona Strawberry Margarita.
Who doesn’t love a chilled marg when the weather turns warmer? Just give me a bowl of fresh guacamole and chips and I’m set for dinner. Honestly, there’s nothing better.
Margarita and Corona
I love to make margaritas with Corona to add a little zing to the drink. It mellows out the tart strawberries and adds some fizz. Super yummy– you’ll love it!
Ingredients for Corona Strawberry Margarita:
- frozen strawberries (easiest to buy them already prepped and frozen)
- bottle of Corona beer
- ½ cup, orange juice, for added flavor and sweetness
- 1 cup, fresh strawberries (for garnish!)
- couple of limes
- (optional) ¼ cup, simple syrup
- sea salt for the glasses
I love to rim my margarita glasses with salt. You can also use sugar, sprinkles, really anything goes! To me, drinks are best with plenty of garnish. Agreed?
How To Make a Corona Strawberry Margarita:
- Prep glasses– wet edge and dip in a small bowl of sea salt (large granules work best)
- Add to a blender– frozen strawberries, Corona, OJ, and ice
- Finish off with a squeeze of lime
- Blend until smooth
- Pour into glasses and serve with lime & strawberry slices
It’s a party!
FAQ’s for this Corona Strawberry Margarita Recipe:
- What is the difference between a strawberry daiquiri and a strawberry margarita?
- The main difference between the two is that daiquiris use rum and margaritas use tequila (or beer!). Both drinks can be served either on the rocks or blended with ice.
- How many carbs are in a strawberry margarita?
- For a typical margarita, there are 50 grams of carbohydrates.
- What is the difference between Corona and Coronita?
- The difference is the size. Coronita has 210ml while Corona has 330ml.
We love these glasses for serving margaritas– or any fun beverages! I like choosing drink cup shapes that aren’t traditional. It adds a little something, don’t you think?
Need a beast of a blender for the perfect marg? Check this one out. It’s our go-to for pumping out pitches of drinks during a party.
- sea salt for rimming glasses (large granules)
- 32 oz, frozen strawberries
- 2 bottles, Corona beer (or more for stronger drink)
- ¼ cup, orange juice
- squeeze of 1 lime
- 1 cup, ice
- (optional) ¼ cup, simple syrup (for more sweetness)
- Garnish: sliced (fresh) strawberries and lime wedges
- Moisten edges of glasses, dip into small bowl of sea salt. Set aside.
- Blend up frozen strawberries, beer, orange juice, lime juice, and ice until smooth.
- Pour into glasses, top with garnish.
We love these glasses for serving margaritas-- or any fun beverages! I like picking out drink cup shapes that aren't traditional. It adds a little something, don't you think?
Need a beast of a blender for the perfect marg? Check this one out. It's our go-to for pumping out pitches of drinks during a party.
Nutrition Information:Yield: 4 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 186Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 25389mgCarbohydrates: 42gFiber: 6gSugar: 24gProtein: 2g
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