Aloe Vera Margaritas Recipe - Wicked Spatula (2024)

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These Aloe Vera Margaritas are a refreshing switch from your standard margarita! Complete with some awesome healing properties!

Don’t you love how I can make a margarita healthy? Continuing the theme of healing margaritas like my cold fighter Rosemary Ginger Margarita I thought I’d bring you a drink that’s the perfect digestive elixir.

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Along with boosting your immune system Aloe Vera is an awesome at calming an upset stomach and aiding in the digestion of food. Tequila does the same. Sometimes if I’m feeling particularly bloated after a meal I’ll drink about an ounce of tequila and I notice a difference immediately. Adding aloe to the mix just ups the powerful calming effects as it contains numerous amino acids, enzymes, vitamins and minerals that soothe and protect your digestive tract.

Plus this margarita is just the bomb. Slightly sweet, slightly tangy, and slightly smoky is the perfect after dinner co*cktail.

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I love an interesting co*cktail and this one will sure get the conversation going at your next dinner party. Also, if you’re wanting the presentation to be extra special simply purchase a medicinal grade aloe plant and snip off a small leaf for garnish. Be sure to squeeze most of the gel out of it before using or you’ll end up with a swirl of gel in your margarita.

Have you ever had an unusual margarita? Leave em’ in the comments below! I’m always looking for more ways to utilize tequila!

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4.86 from 7 votes

Aloe Vera Margaritas

These Aloe Vera Margaritas are a refreshing switch from your standard margarita! Complete with some awesome healing properties!

Prep Time 5 minutes

Total Time 5 minutes

Author Maya Krampf from WickedSpatula.com

Servings 1

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Ingredients

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  • 2.5 ounces Aloe Vera Juice
  • 2 ounces 100% Agave Tequila
  • 1.5 ounces Lime juice
  • 1 tablespoon honey syrup**
  • sea salt for rimming

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Instructions

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  1. In a co*cktail shaker or jar shake the aloe vera, tequila, lime, and honey together.

  2. Strain into into a salt rimmed, ice filled glass.

Recipe Notes

**Honey syrup is simply equal parts honey and warm water. For one margarita you'll want to do 1/2 tablespoon honey with 1/2 tablespoon of warm water.

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    18 Comments

  1. Sharon

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    Aloe Vera Margaritas Recipe - Wicked Spatula (8)
    5 stars but…. Was interested to try as a new fan of aloe, great recipe tho a little strong for me so I tweaked it with double the aloe. Might try with slightly less lime next time too. But, thats the joy of making your own, easy to adapt to taste

  2. Diane Mandler

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    Aloe Vera Margaritas Recipe - Wicked Spatula (9)
    What a great twist on a margarita! Aloe vera is a healthy drink so now my margaritas are health drinks ( Ha,Ha). Thanks for the recipe!

  3. Jonathan

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    Aloe Vera Margaritas Recipe - Wicked Spatula (10)
    Definitely worth a try a very tasty MARGARITA and good advice about squeezing the Aloe Vera juice before using them as garnish. Great resipi for #margaritaday

  4. Ronald Downing

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    Aloe Vera Margaritas Recipe - Wicked Spatula (11)
    Deos Aloe Vera leaf get consumed too?

  5. Bridget

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    I’ve got to try this!

  6. Ma Recipes

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    Oh My God! Aloe Vera Margaritas! I will definitely try this!

  7. Kirsten

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    Is aloe Vera juice the same as aloe vera water?

    • Lauren

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      Sure is!

  8. Josie

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    A friend just gave me an aloe plant the other day! 🙂 This looks really refreshing, will pass it along to a friend who is hosting a party this weekend!

  9. Elizabeth

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    Can’t wait to try these – the aloe and agave sound both interesting and refreshing. I love the aloe spears garnish!

  10. Chrisy @ Homemade Hooplah

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    The only thing better than a good, cool drink is when you can say it’s good for you, too 🙂 I’m thinking I’ll need to start drinking these. Daily.

  11. Amber | Caleighs Kitchen

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    How amazing do these sound?! And look, fantastic pictures! I wish I had one right now..it’s my daughters dance recital and we all know how hectic it usually is!

  12. Sam @ PancakeWarriors

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    Margaritas sound perfect right now!! Love that you used aloe vera juice- such an interesting twist!

  13. Christine

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    If it ever warms up in Brooklyn I am serving these bad boys. YUM.

  14. Kristina

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    my grandpa always had aloe plants, it was his healing answer to whatever ailed you! I bet he would love these, I will have to make some and cheers to my grandpa!

  15. Ali @ Home & Plate

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    This sounds perfect with a filling Mexican meal. I love Margaritas! Where can I purchase Aloe Vera Juice?

    • Lauren

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      Hi Ali! It’s usually in with the juice section at grocery stores or in the medicine section if you’re at Walmart or another non speciality store.

  16. pam (Sidewalk Shoes)

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    I love healthy margaritas 🙂 I would also love it if you would link this up to #TipsyTuesday at Grey is the New Black!

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