A delightfully sweet and tart Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri is the ideal way to enjoy a hot summer day, poolside with friends! Make just a couple or a big batch to share!
Why We Love Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri
- A frozen raspberry daiquiri is a perfect way to cool down and enjoy a perfect summer day.
- You only need 4 ingredients for this sweet-tart drink. To make it even easier, all you have to do is blend them together! This homemade cocktail is SO much better than Daily’s raspberry daiquiri mix and just as fast!
- Using frozen raspberries in this drink means that your cocktail won’t become a watery disappointment halfway through drinking it. All you get is berry rum bliss all the way to the end!
- BONUS: This recipe can easily be doubled or tripled to accommodate all your guests.
Ingredients You’ll Need to Make Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri
RASPBERRIES: For maximum fruit taste and no watery issues, use frozen raspberries for this drink. You can also substitute or add your favorite fruit, like blueberries, strawberries or blackberries.
RUM: Pick up a white rum for this daiquiri. The dark rum is ok but spiced rums won’t work in this fruity daiquiri.
POWDERED SUGAR: Bring out the sweetness of the raspberries by blending them with powdered sugar.
LIMES: You will need a couple of limes for each batch of daiquiris you make so buy plenty.
How to Make a Raspberry DaiquiriJump to Recipe
STEP 1 Add the frozen raspberries, white rum, powdered sugar, and lime juice to a blender.
STEP 2 Blend all of the ingredients together until well blended and smooth. Pour into a glass and garnish with a lime wedge and raspberry.
Tips & Tricks
- Skip the ice and just use frozen raspberries in this drink. This will keep your drink from becoming watered down and less delicious.
- Have a good idea of how many drinks you’ll be making and pick up enough limes and raspberries ahead of time. No one likes running to the store because they ran out of ingredients for their new favorite drink!
- Stick to a white rum for these daiquiris. Dark rum can be used in a pinch, but spiced rum will throw off the yummy fruit flavor.
- You can use less rum by cutting the amount in half and replacing it with 3 ounces of water, juice, or simple syrup.
Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri FAQ
What are classic daiquiris made of?
The classic recipe for a daiquiri is rum, lime, and sugar. The simplicity of the recipe is why it’s so wildly popular.
But there are so many ways to make your perfect daiquiri! Choose a fruit, your favorite rum, squeeze in some lime and add just about any kind of sugar you have on hand – powdered, granulated, or simple syrup. Adding fruit flavors that pair well with lime gives you endless options. You can’t go wrong when making this delicious heat quenching drink!
Can I freeze a Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri to have later?
The alcohol in any drink prevents the drink from freezing solid, which means you can indeed freeze this drink and enjoy a slushy daiquiri later!
For a fun idea, make up a batch of Frozen Raspberry Daiquiris and pour them into mason jars or drink pouches and freeze them for later. These drinks will be good for up to a month in the freezer so you could make up quite a few to enjoy at an upcoming party. When you’re ready for them, set them out to soften for about 5 to 15 minutes before enjoying them.
Other Recipes You May Like
Grab these other delicious drinks for all your summer cocktail needs! They’re easy to make and have yummy fruit flavors you’ll love!
Frozen Raspberry Daiquiri
- 3 cups frozen raspberries (see note)
- ¼ cup powdered sugar
- 6 ounces silver rum
- 2 limes juiced
- Raspberries for garnish
- Lime wedges for garnish
- Add all ingredients to a blender. Cover and blend until smooth. (You may need to pause and stir once to help things along.)
- Pour into glasses and serve immediately.
- I usually buy a 24-ounce bag of frozen raspberries and save the extras for another day. You could also double this recipe and use the whole bag.
- If you prefer a less boozy cocktail, you can cut the rum in half and 3 ounces use water, juice, simple syrup, etc. instead.
All nutritional information is based on third party calculations and is only an estimate. Each recipe and nutritional value will vary depending on the brands you use, measuring methods and portion sizes per household.