5 minute white peach margaritas

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

My office looks like a giant garage sale.

And by garage sale, I’m referring to the excess amount of blogging paraphernalia including (but not limited to) Anthropologie bowls, dishes, legos, stacks of bills, a random nesting suitcase, and other props that seem to make sense all in the name of creativity.

But it’s absurd.

You can barely walk around without tripping over something. And from an outsider’s perspective, it must look like I’m a doomed hoarder or something! I have grand plans to clean it all one day but for now, I’ll settle on the excuse that it’s just a tiny room. You know, small house problems…

However, buried beneath the endless piles, a small bottle of treasure was unearthed from the rubble. 

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

Contrary to the picture, my blogging sessions are not fueled by swigs of tequila (although, sometimes I wonder…).

This little bottle was discovered while rummaging around looking for an envelope. It was at the bottom of a gift bag I received from the Saveur Blog Awards. There were lots of things in that bag, including a fresh lime that has now turned a terrifying shade of gray.

Anyhow, when life hands you tequila…

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

One must prepare cocktails.

And these peachy margaritas are so easy to make, they only take about 5 minutes! It’s just like making a smoothie.

A happy hour smoothie.

We begin by chopping up 2 juicy white peaches…

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

White peaches are a seasonal treat from the Gods!

It’s nice to switch up the fruit bowl once in a while, you know? In comparison to yellow peaches, they’re just a touch sweeter and have a light floral quality to them. I wish you could sniff one. White nectarines would be nice too…

After you’ve chopped up your peaches, throw them into a blender. Top with tequila, Triple sec, the juice of 1 lemon, and honey.

(I told you this was easy)

PS- Usually, cocktails are sweetened with simple syrup, a mixture of equal parts sugar and water cooked down until syrupy. Opting for honey is much faster, better for you, and more convenient. You don’t have to deal with boiling (and cooling) a hot syrupy liquid. Plus, I think honey compliments the natural sweetness of white peaches quite nicely. Again, think floral.

It’s natural amber color lends the most beautiful golden hue to these margaritas as well.

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

And then there’s mint…

I’ve talked about my mint a gazillion times ever since its garden takeover this past spring, and I’m continually stunned by it’s resilience. It should be dead by now. Surprisingly, my mint has survived our intense July heat waves, torrential down pours, and the most unpredictable factor: my kids.

It’s now blooming these white fuzzy things that look like caterpillars, which I’ve used for garnish.

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

Once your peaches are perfectly blended, pour into glasses filled with ice.

Top with a few peach slices… and you’re done.

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com

Is it Friday, yet?!

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PS: For more seasonal drink ideas, check out With Food + Love and Will Frolic For Food. Sherrie and Renee have compiled the work of some incredible bloggers who know how to shake up a creative cocktail! It’s refreshing. Inspiring. And it will make your mouth water (see full list at the end of this post). Cheers!

Kitchen Notes:

  • I use my powerful Vitamix to blend the heck out of the peaches. If your blender is not the greatest, puree in batches and/or add a splash of water to loosen up the ingredients. Strain if necessary to make the puree perfectly smooth.
  • If you have the time, or if you plan in advance, freeze the peach slices as ‘ice’ for garnish. Do this on a parchment lined plate to prevent sticking.
  • Not into booze? No problem. Leave out the alcohol and sub in some sparkling water for a cool and refreshing non-alcoholic beverage.
  • Recipe adapted from Bobby Flay.

5 minute white peach margaritas
Prep time
Total time
Serves: 2-3
  • 3 juicy white peaches, unpeeled
  • 3 tbsp good-quality tequila (I used Patron Silver)
  • 1 tbsp Triple sec
  • juice of 1 lemon, plus more to taste
  • 1 heaped tbsp of honey
  • mint sprigs & blossoms for garnish
Note: I use my powerful Vitamix to blend the peaches. If your blender is not the greatest, puree in batches and/or add a splash of water to loosen up the ingredients. Strain if necessary to make the puree perfectly smooth.
  1. Roughly chop 2 of the white peaches. Slice the remaining peach into wedges for garnish and set aside. Alternatively, freeze your peach wedges to chill your drink. Do this on a parchment lined plate to prevent sticking.
  2. Add your chopped peaches to a blender. Top with tequila, Triple sec, lemon juice, and honey. Blend until perfectly smooth. Quick tip- depending on the texture of your peaches, you might need a splash of water to loosen up your puree. The consistency should be velvety smooth, not thick. Strain if necessary (see note above).
  3. Taste your margarita mix to see what it needs. More honey? More lemon? More alcohol? Adjust accordingly to suit your taste.
  4. Fill two glasses with ice. Pour your peachy margarita mix over the top and stir well.
  5. Garnish with mint and peach wedges.
  6. Serve right away. Cheers!

5 minute white peach margaritas | theclevercarrot.com


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  1. says

    You got tequila in your bag?! I didn’t get anything boozy in mine! Maybe they thought I was underage. Yeah, I’m going to go with that and choose to take it as a compliment ;)

    Lovely, lovely peach margs, lady! And just know you’re not alone. #smallhouseproblems are real. (My office currently houses a snowboard among a dozen other random things. LOL.)

  2. says

    I love the use of white peaches. I love that it is blended. I love that you unearthed that tiny bottle that I totally left in my hotel room back in Brooklyn. And I LOVE this line: “Contrary to the picture, my blogging sessions are not fueled by swigs of tequila (although, sometimes I wonder…).” Hahaha. OH MAN. Big time high fives for this gorgeous drink and for making me laugh. Cheers Emilie! <3

  3. Jennifer says

    Haha! You definitely are not alone. Stuff just seems to collect. Especially paper! I can only imagine how easy it must be to collect all kinds of props for your photos!
    This margarita looks divine! Great photos as always!

  4. says

    Yep, booze smoothie — I can get behind that! Such a pretty cocktail, lady. And if your hoarder’s stash o’ props continues to facilitate lovely photos like this, there is absolutely no shame. :)

  5. says

    I want one of these ‘happy hour smoothies’ with frozen peach slices for ice! You are absolutely right when life hands you tequila you’re pretty much obliged to prepare cocktails! By the way, gorgeous photos as always, Emilie!

  6. says

    Love this. Slightly sophisticated and just downright beautiful. Thanks for sharing it. And I’m totally on board the honey over simple syrup train. And yes on the fuzzy caterpillars. Gorgeous. :-)

  7. says

    OH MY GOODNESS. These photos. INSANE! Also, the flavors. I looove white peach and I love margaritas. I think this is my new spirit drink. So happy to have discovered your blog through the #drinkthesummer bash! Healthy comfort food: that is what I need more of in my life <3

  8. says

    Oh my dear lord. First of all, your photos are gorgeous. Secondly, omg. Margaritas are one of my favorite things in the whole world, and not only did you make a peach one but you turned it into a margarita smoothie!!! I’m dying over here. I miiiiiiight make this tonight. I hope. Happy #drinkthesummer!

  9. says

    Oh hi, BOOZE SMOOTHIE, I love you :) Yeah, and I STILL HAVEN’T drank my Patron either. Why?? Thanks for hanging with us Emilie, all my love girl, all the time, xx.

  10. says

    I hear you on your office. . mine is the same way. . although I’ve moved downstairs so now I have bowls, dishes, cloth napkins, light reflectors and other props downstairs too :) But thank God you found the tequila!! These margaritas are gorgeous . . I love all of your photos!

  11. says

    I thought I had tried all the variations of a margarita! I would love it if you would link it up to Tipsy Tuesday at Grey is the New Black!

  12. says

    I hear ya girl, it’s always a mess around here too. Nothing that tequila can’t help.
    That is an amazing looking drink and your pictures are outstanding. Just gorgeous.

  13. says

    These photographs. SO STUNNING. I’m just blown away by your talent Em, I’ve loved your style for ages now but I swear you keep getting more amazing. I definitely want to make these margaritas (it’s officially Spring in Australia now, yay! So the warm weather’s a comin’!) xxx

  14. says

    The drink look absolutely luscious! But my main reason for writing is your wonderful Brioche Rolls. I have MS and use a bread machine to start my breads. After the dough cycle I shape and switch to oven baking. Do you think I could use your roll recipe to make a nicer looking bread than the one that is machine made. Please say yes! I can almost taste it.Also found GREAT recipes on this site. You are awesome……. B. Karr

    • Emilie says

      Hello Barbara!

      Lovely to have you here! Yes, you can absolutely shape the dough into a large sandwich-style loaf. Do you have a 9×5 inch loaf pan? That would work the best. I like to lightly coat the pan with cooking spray to prevent sticking, which normally doesn’t happen, but you never know! Hope this helps!

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