To help you celebrate the summer season, today I’m sharing a delicious and easy recipe for Margarita Punch. It’s an easy and delicious recipe that’s perfect for summer entertains!

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Can you believe it’s finally summer? I’m beyond excited.

I don’t know about you, but I am ready to invite friends over and enjoy the summer outdoors with delicious food and drinks!

The BEST Margarita Punch:

Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

To celebrate, I decided to set up my new outdoor bar cart and serve up a Margarita Punch!

I think that when you’re entertaining a crowd, serving a punch in a glass beverage dispenser is a smart idea. Not only is it quick and easy to prepare a large batch at once, but guests can also help themselves when they need a refill.

How to Make Margarita Punch:

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To make this punch, first, pour chilled Prosecco and bottled seltzer into a beverage dispenser. Next, in a blender, combine frozen strawberries, tequila, triple sec, lime juice, and sugar. Stir that mixture in the Prosecco and seltzer and then garnish with limes and fresh strawberries.

Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

Voila! Your Margarita Punch is complete.

I especially like this recipe because it has the strawberry margarita flavor everyone loves, yet it is light and refreshing thanks to the Prosecco and bottled seltzer. Yum!

You can grab the full recipe at the end of this post.

If you love Margaritas, you should try these recipes too:

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Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

Cheers, my friends, and happy entertaining!

Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe

Margarita Punch:

Margarita Punch
Servings: 12 people   |   Prep Time: 15 mins
Strawberry Margarita Punch #summer #cocktail #entertaining #margarita #recipe
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This Margarita punch is an easy and delicious way to serve a crowd. It's light and refreshing with the classic flavors of a strawberry margarita. It's a cocktail everyone will love.
Ingredients
  • 1 bottle Prosecco (or Champagne), chilled
  • 1 (2 liter) bottle of seltzer, chilled
  • 3 cups frozen strawberries
  • 1 1/2 cups tequila
  • 1 cup triple sec
  • 1/2 cup lime juice, freshly squeezed
  • 1/2 cup sugar
  • 1 cup sliced fresh strawberries
  • 2 limes, thinly sliced
  • 1/4 cup kosher salt
Instructions
  1. In a large pitcher (or punch bowl or drink dispenser), add the seltzer and Prosecco.
  2. To a blender, add the frozen strawberries, tequila, triple sec, lime juice, and sugar. Blend until smooth and pour into the pitcher. Top with fresh limes and strawberries. Stir to combine.
  3. Rim your glasses with a slice of lime and then dip them into salt. Add ice to your glasses, and fill them with the punch. Garnish with a slice of lime and fresh strawberry.

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  • Dee at

    Does the strawberry margarita punch really call for 12 liters of seltzer water?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Oops! The numbers were a bit too close together. It’s ONE 2-liter bottle of seltzer. 🙂 Thanks!

      Michael

    • Meegan at

      I think it’s supposed to read as one 2 Liter. I think.

      • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

        Yep! I added in some parentheses to help avoid confusion.

        Thanks!
        xo Michael

  • Kelly at

    Love the margarita glasses!
    Would you be willing to share where you purchased them?

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Yes! Of course. I love them. You can find them here: https://rstyle.me/n/c5wy6mbgdef (Looks like they are on sale at the moment!)

      xo Michael

      • Kelly at

        Thanks for the link!
        Just ordered some for myself…..they are such a lovely shaped glass.💕

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Thanks Michelle!!

      xo Michael

  • cindy at

    I’m making the punch soon! Looks delicious! Thanks Michael!!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      You’re so welcome! Cheers!

      xo Michael

  • Linda McGilvray at

    Michael, I love reading your blog and admire your skills. Even your pictures are beautiful. It’s no easy task to display a bottle of bleach and make it look gorgeous…..but you have done it!!

    By the way, I am a Clorox Bleach girl myself.

    Keep up the wonderful work you do….I love it!
    Thanks for your beauty

  • Penny at

    Congratulations on your new home! Beautiful and can’t wait to see it with all of your creative ideas! Man after my own heart — margaritas AND Clorox. Amen brother!

  • Terri Oostendorp at

    What brand of tequila do you like ( in general) or for this recipe specifically if you use different kinds? Always tempted by your recipes, and so glad I finally signed up for your blog! Yay!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Sauza Silver has been my go-to for a few years. And thank you so much!! <3

      xo Michael

  • Michelle at

    Perfect timing! The girls are coming over for a deck party this weekend and your punch will be perfect! You always inspire me to remember the little details in entertaining. Thank you!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Cheers! Enjoy!!

      xo Michael

  • Christy at

    Your flowers are always beautiful! This is a great recipe in time for our annual solstice party – thanks!

  • sabrina at

    great margarita with Prosecco! Nice, great twist, thank you for a very creative margarita

  • Monika @ ispace1.com at

    i loved the margarita and the pitcher looks so cute, you surely know how to rock!

  • Dorothy at

    I made this today with a couple changes. I used. Sparkling Pino Grigio and cut the seltzer water in half. Everyone loved it!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      Sounds delicious! Glad you enjoyed the recipe – love your changes too!!

      xo Michael

  • Brooke at

    Good afternoon! I’m making your lunch this weekend. What are your thoughts on multiplying the recipe? I have a three gallon dispenser and a big crowd coming. Caterers will be in the kitchen so I’m a little concerned with limiting the number of trips in and out. Do you think doubling will effect the flavor? Tripling? It doesn’t always work with Sangria and definitely not with Bloody Mary pitchers. Thanks for your help!

    • Michael Wurm, Jr. at

      I’ve never made a larger batch than this. However, I think it should be okay. Maybe have some back-up ingredients so that you can adjust to your taste preferences if needed.

      xo Michael

      • Brooke at

        Thank you for your reply! We made the punch and it was a big hit! When doubled, the margarita punch was pretty good but tasted a touch watered down- just that funny thing that sometimes happens when doubling. We added about 1.5 cups of frozen strawberries and a dash or two of sugar, blended, to the doubled recipe and it was perfect! We served in unsalted Collins glasses with striped paper straws in pinks and greens as we didn’t have the setup for salted rims at the help-yourself-bar. Thank you for sharing your recipe!

  • April Schweigert at

    Served this twice now! Doubled the recipe the second time. Both times I only used 1L of seltzer but otherwise followed the recipe to a T. I especially like that this margarita isn’t overly sweet and the Prosecco gives it just a hint of bubbly goodness. Such a hit! Thanks for the recipe!

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