If you think about cocktails, there is one classic option that simply can’t be beaten, and that is the Margarita. This wonderful cocktail is made primarily from Tequila, and it originates from Mexico.
But, this cocktail has become a popular drink worldwide, with different areas offering different variations of this classic.
One of the most notable variations is the Texas Margarita. But, if you are looking for a recipe for this delicious drink, it really can be overwhelming.
To help you out, I’m giving you a complete round-up of 25 of the most amazing Texas Margarita Recipes. So, let’s jump straight in.
1. Texas Margarita by Southern Kitchen
If you want a classic Texas Margarita recipe, then this is the one to follow. It is easy to follow and quick to make.
The ingredients listed are also designed for one person, so all you have to do is multiply these by the number of people you are serving margaritas to, and you are good to go!
2. Texas Margarita by Martha Stewart
This wonderful recipe was designed by the Cooking Goddess herself, Martha Stewart. So, if you want to put your trust into a qualified and experienced chef, this is the recipe that you should follow for your margaritas.
3. Texas Margarita by A Couple Cooks
Should you want to find out more about the history of the Texas Margarita, and how it differs from a regular Margarita, then this is the recipe to follow.
This husband and wife team have put together a truly delectable recipe that is perfect for a cocktail night with friends or family.
4. Texas Margarita with Raspberry by The Purple Pumpkin Blog
If you want to switch up your regular Margarita, and have a Texas Margarita with a twist, this is the recipe for you. This recipe adds raspberry liquor and jalapeños to your Margarita to give it a real kick.
So, if you want a spicy Margarita, this is the one for you!
5. Texas Margarita by Just a Pinch Recipes
Moving back to more classic recipes, this Texas Margarita is a safe bet. The recipe for this Margarita is based on the fact that the Margarita is the most requested cocktail in Texas.
So, it has taken all the best bits from some of the greatest recipes to form this classic cocktail guide.
6. Texas Margarita by Garnish with Lemon
The Margarita is the most requested cocktail in Texas because it comes with a natural kick. If you want to take this kick up a notch, and twist up the flavor of your Margarita, follow this recipe.
With pineapple juice and Jalapeños added to the recipe, this is guaranteed to be a hit if you like hot stuff.
7. Texas Margarita by Sequins in the South
For a sweeter and spicier Margarita recipe, this is the one to follow. This recipe includes Jalapeños to make your Texas Margarita even spicier, and also adds cranberry juice and raspberry liquor to make it sweeter.
So, if you want your cocktails to be bigger and better, just like Texas, this is the one.
8. Classic Margarita by Texas Cooking
A classic Texas Margarita is served on the rocks, yet this is something that a lot of recipes have moved away from. But, if you want a classic margarita, served on the rocks, this is the recipe you need to follow.
9. San Antonio Margarita by Josie Davidson
Depending on where you are in Texas, the recipe for a Texas Margarita will have different variations. For a taste of the big city, follow this recipe for the San Antonio Margarita that was first created in the 1970s, and has been popular ever since.
10. Texas Margarita by PunchFork
If you liked the Martha Stewart recipe, but fancy a slight change, this is the recipe for you. This PunchFork recipe is based on the classic Martha Stewart recipe, so it will taste similar, but just different enough to make it a special change.
11. Texas Oilman Margarita by The Urban Cowgirl
If you have heard of Black Margaritas before, then you might be a big fan of the Texas Oilman Margarita.
This recipe switches out of the classic, lighter ingredients, for darker options such as blackberry syrup and Cointreau Noir, to give this cocktail a striking dark appearance.
12. Carson’s Texas Margaritas by Carson Daly
Carson Daly is a TV personality who looks like he knows how to have fun. So if you want a glass of whatever he’s ordering, check out this classic Texas Margarita recipe designed by the man himself.
13. Raspberry Texas Margaritas by Kitchen Fun with My Three Sons
This wonderful recipe has all the classics of a Texas Margarita at its heart. It is packed with flavor from raspberry syrup, with a spicy kick from the jalapeños.
So, if you want to pour yourself a cocktail after putting the kids to the bed, this is tried and tested as perfect.
14. Texas Margaritas by DuChick
If you have asked a group of friends around, then this recipe for Texas Margaritas is perfect. This recipe serves 4 and comes with all the classic trademarks of a Texas Margarita, so it is definitely one to try!
15. True Texas Spicy Margarita by H.E.B.
This wonderful recipe has everything that you want from a classic Texas Margarita, with lots of added extras. If the classic recipe isn’t spicy enough for you, this is definitely one to try, as it has Texas BBQ Sweet Rub as part of the ingredient list.
16. Austin Margarita by Lisawas
If you hail from Austin, then you might find yourself leaning towards this recipe. The Austin Margarita is very different from the classic Texas Margarita, in fact, it is closer to the traditional Mexican version.
This is why Austin Margaritas are often referred to as Mexican Martinis. Either way, this is a classic cocktail to add to your drink’s menu.
17. Texas Margarita by Mastercook
For another classic Texas Margarita, here’s this one by Mastercook. As I have said, there are minor variations between all of these classic recipes. So, while they may be similar, none of them will taste exactly the same.
18. Spicy Mango Margarita by Sweet Peas and Saffron
If you love sweet drinks with a kick, this recipe is perfect for you! With the addition of mango, this is much sweeter than a regular Texas Margarita. But, it still packs a punch with Cayenne on the ingredient list.
19. Mexican Martini by The Defined Dish
As I said earlier, the phrase ‘Mexican Martini’ is another name given to the Austin Margarita. This drink has all the same flavors as a regular Texas Margarita but is often served in a Martini glass to switch things up.
20. Mango Margaritas and Texas Hospitality by Simply Sated
If you love the thought of a Mango flavored Texas Margarita, this is another wonderful recipe to try. It’s similar to the recipe that I looked at earlier, but has less of a kick, making it perfect for those with sensitive tongues.
21. Texas Roadhouse Strawberry Margarita by Recipe fairy
Speaking of sweet options, if you are a lover of fruity flavors, then this recipe could be great for you. With the addition of frozen strawberries, the flavor of this Margarita is completely transformed into a drink that is perfect for a hot day.
22. Frosty Mexican Bulldog Margarita by Jerry James Stone
This cocktail is something that is truly unique. Despite its name being attributed to Mexico, this cocktail was actually designed and is based on an experience the creator had in Austin.
It uses the classic Texas Margarita as its base but adds a bottle of Corona on top, to make it something special. Not only to drink but to look at, too.
23. Texas Margarita Mimosa by Good Taste with Tanji
This is the first of two Margarita Mimosa recipes that I have included. If you like a Margarita, but also like a Mimosa, then this is the perfect cocktail for you.
It comes with all the classic aspects of a Texas Margarita, with the primary ingredients of a Mimosa, sparkling wine, included. So, if you can’t decide whether to serve Margaritas or Mimosas, this is the perfect compromise.
24. Texas Twist by Patron Tequila
If you like expensive Tequila, then the Texas Twist is made for you. This cocktail is designed to be made using patrón añejo tequila, which is a pricey option, but it tastes incredible.
So, if you want to make margaritas that will impress, this is the perfect recipe for you to serve at your fancy dinner party.
25. Texas Margarita Mimosa by H.E.B.
Finally, let’s wrap this up with another yummy Texas Margarita Mimosa recipe. This recipe requires a rather lengthy preparation process of 90 minutes, but it is so worth it when you get to taste the finished result.
It comes with the classic flavor of Tequila without containing too much of this alcohol and is the perfect option for those who can’t choose between bubbly drinks and margaritas.
So, if you are struggling to make up your mind, give this a go!