Frozen Virgin Daiquiri

Love a classic daiquiri but need something without alcohol? This frozen virgin daiquiri recipe will knock your socks off! Forgo the rum and make a non-alcoholic drink that is just as good as the real thing.

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Frozen Virgin Daiquiri Recipe

You don’t have to have tequila or rum to make a delicious frozen beverage! There are plenty of amazing mocktail recipes, like this frozen virgin daiquiri, that are just as tasty.

There are a lot of people who either don’t like alcohol, prefer to drink, or are the designated driver at a party. But that shouldn’t mean that they have to forgo the fun drinks! It’s such a bummer when those not drinking alcohol have to just settle for a soda or some water.

So, skip the boozy cocktails and turn to fun recipes like this froze virgin daiquiri instead. I love a good virgin strawberry daiquiri, and this non alcoholic version of a classic, tart lime daiquiri is so yummy! It’s actually pretty similar to my recipe for frozen virgin margaritas.

Whether it’s dry January or you’re just looking for some amazing mocktails, there’s an abundance of fun recipes out there. This tangy lime slushy in a cocktail glass is the perfect place to start!

More mocktail recipes: Virgin MargaritaItalian SodaVirgin Mimosas

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Why you’ll love this recipe

Non alcoholic drinks don’t have to be boring, and this simple recipe is proof! You’re gonna love this slushy-like drink:

  • This refreshing cold beverage is a fabulous treat for Mardi Gras, game day get-togethers, baby showers, birthday parties, and so much more! It’s a wonderful treat that everyone will enjoy.
  • One batch of these virgin daiquiris makes four servings. You can easily double or triple it and make enough for a whole crowd!
  • You only need three ingredients to make this recipe. Yes, you read that right — just three ingredients! As a matter of fact, you probably already have everything you need to make this fun mocktail.
A cocktail garnished with a spiral of lime peel on a white background.

Tools & glassware 

To make this drink, you’ll need a high-powered blender and a few other basic kitchen tools. Make sure you have a jigger to measure out the lime juice and simple syrup, and a measuring cup to get the correct amount of ice.

Then you’ll also need some cocktail glasses and anything for a specific garnish that you plan to use.

Ingredients for a lime-flavored beverage: lime juice, ice, and whole limes on a marble surface.


Believe it or not, you can have the perfect virgin frozen daiquiri with just three simple ingredients. Here’s a list of everything that you will need:

  • lime juice: For the best flavor, I recommend using fresh lime juice instead of the bottled stuff. In lieu of lime juice and simple syrup, you can use 1 cup (8 ounces) of margarita mix or sour mix.
  • simple syrup: I love to use homemade simple syrup because it’s so easy to make. You can also use flavored simple syrups in this recipe if you want to add a fun flavor twist.
  • ice cubes
  • lime slices or wedges: Cut a few slices to use as the garnish!

Substitutions & variations

Turn this into a fruity flavor explosion with some fresh or frozen strawberries. Some fresh or frozen mango would also be a tasty addition.

You can also swap the lime juice for fresh pineapple juice and then blend in some fresh or frozen pineapple! Add some coconut simple syrup for a piña colada-like flavor.

There are now non alcoholic rum alternatives hitting the shelves too! Feel free to mix some of that into this recipe for an even more authentic flavor. I’ve got a post with all the info you’ll need to know about non-alcoholic spirits.

How to make a Frozen Virgin Daiquiri

Follow these step-by-step instructions to make this super easy and wonderfully tasty recipe:

Add ice cubes, freshly squeezed lime juice and simple syrup to the pitcher of a high-speed blender.

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Blend the ingredients together until smooth and slushy, adjusting the texture with additional lime juice if desired.

Top view of a blender jug filled with crushed ice.

Once smooth, our the mocktail into prepared glasses and garnish with a lime wedge, lime twist, or lime slices.

A glass of frozen lime dessert garnished with lime peel.

Tips & tricks

With a few simple tips, you can make this virgin daiquiri taste perfect and have the best smooth and slushy texture:

  • If your frozen daiquiri is too thick, then add a little water or some extra lime juice until it reaches the right consistency. If it’s too thick, then add some extra ice until it thickens up.
  • To give this a real cocktail feel, make sure you add a fun garnish. A lime twist is fancy and fun, but a simple lime wedge or dehydrated lime slice will work too!
  • For best results, serve your frozen daiquiri mixture immediately. The longer it sits, the more the ice in the mixture will melt and will water down your drink.

What to Serve with a Frozen Virgin Daiquiri

Serve this citrusy slushy with tasty treats like caprese skewers, a charcuterie board or some pita chips with whipped feta dip.

For a quick bite for guests at a party, serve things like cucumber sandwiches or marinated cheese.

This classy mocktail even goes well with sweet treats like lemony madeleines or gingery moscow mule cookies.

A glass of margarita with a salted rim garnished with lime on a reflective surface with whole limes in the background.


What is a mocktail cocktail?

A mocktail is any mixed drink recipe, or cocktail, with the alcohol omitted. Mocktails mimic the flavors in classic cocktails but contain none of the liquor!

Are daiquiris only frozen?

Nope! In fact, a traditional daiquiri is actually served straight-up or on the rocks. However, frozen daiquiris have increased in popularity and are a common cocktail you can find at most bars.

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Frozen Virgin Daiquiri

Yield: 4 servings
Prep Time: 10 minutes
Cook Time: 0 minutes
Total Time: 10 minutes
Need a good mocktail on a hot summer day? This frozen virgin daiquiri is so refreshing!
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  • 4 ounces lime juice see note
  • 4 ounces simple syrup see note
  • 4 cups ice cubes
  • lime wedges for garnish


  • In a blender, combine ice cubes, lime juice and simple syrup.
  • Blend until smooth and slushy, adjusting texture with additional lime juice if desired.
  • Pour the frozen daiquiri mixture into the prepared glasses. Garnish with lime wedges or slices.


In lieu of lime juice and simple syrup, you can use 1 cup (8 ounces) of margarita mix or sour mix.
To make simple syrup, blend ¼ cup sugar and ¼ cup water until dissolved before adding the other ingredients.
Add more ice for a thicker daiquiri. If your mixture is too thick and your blender gets stuck, then add a splash of water to thin it out.

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nutrition information

Yield: 4 servings

amount per serving:

Serving: 6ounces Calories: 83kcal Carbohydrates: 23g Protein: 0.1g Fat: 0.02g Saturated Fat: 0.003g Polyunsaturated Fat: 0.01g Monounsaturated Fat: 0.003g Sodium: 29mg Potassium: 51mg Fiber: 0.1g Sugar: 21g Vitamin A: 14IU Vitamin C: 9mg Calcium: 15mg Iron: 1mg
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