{Easy} Strawberry Mango Frozen Cocktail

Sipping on an {Easy} Strawberry Mango Frozen Cocktail is one of the best parts of summer! It’s cold, refreshing and can easily be made with alcohol or as a mocktail version. It’s the perfect thirst-quenching cocktail that is utterly delicious.

What’s In This Strawberry Mango Frozen Cocktail

  • Crushed Ice
  • Frozen Strawberries
  • Frozen Mango
  • Prosecco (or Sprite or 7-Up for mocktail)
  • Sugar

How To Make A Frozen Strawberry Mango Cocktail

  1. Combine half of the ice in a blender. Add in the strawberries, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and ¼ cup Prosecco. Blend until the mixture is smooth, then set aside. Then add the mango, 1 tablespoon of sugar, and ¼ cup Prosecco together and blend.
  2. Layer the frozen strawberry mixture and frozen mango mixture into 2 cocktail glasses. Enjoy!

PRO TIP: When adding the layers of strawberry and mango to your glasses, it’s easiest to do it with a spoon. This will help the layers not mix together.

Reasons You’ll Love This Easy Frozen Mango Strawberry Cocktail Recipe

  • It’s the perfect combination of strawberries and mangos.
  • You can use fresh or frozen fruit.
  • It looks gorgeous and will impress all your friends!
  • Because it’s a frozen cocktail, it’s ideal for barbecues, pool parties, and other social events.
  • You can throw it together in mere minutes.
  • It’s naturally gluten-free & dairy-free.

{Easy} Frozen Strawberry Mango Cocktail With Prosecco Variations & Tips

  • Drizzle in 1-2 ounces of lime juice to the strawberry layer to add a little bit of tanginess to the drink. It’s so good!
  • Swap out the prosecco for rum, vodka, or tequila. This will make it a much stronger drink, so just add a little bit so it’s not overwhelming.
  • Like your drinks really sweet? Add in some extra sugar until it reaches the desired flavor. You could also add a little bit of honey or maple syrup to sweeten it as well.
  • Garnish with fresh fruit like mangos and strawberries. Also, get a pop of color by adding some mint leaves.

Can You Use Fresh Fruit?

Yep! Fresh fruit works fine and will also be super flavorful. The biggest thing to keep in mind is that frozen fruit already has a slushy texture to it while fresh doesn’t. So, you are going to need to add some extra ice to get the texture right.

Is It Okay To Use Different Fruit?

Yes, when you are making this strawberry mango frozen cocktail, it’s easy to make some swaps. Not a fan of strawberries? No problem, use raspberries, blueberries, or blackberries! Or maybe you are in the mood for pineapple instead of mango! Really, there are no wrong answers here. The key is picking fruits that taste good together and that the colors will compliment each other. This will keep the drink tasting and looking great.

Is This Cocktail Healthy?

Yes, and no! While mango and strawberries are filled with vitamin C, potassium, fiber, vitamin A, and other good nutrients, the drink isn’t entirely healthy. Prosecco and sugar should both be consumed as a special treat not all the time to stay healthy. If you want to make the drink a little bit healthier, swap the sugar for maple syrup or honey.

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Easy Strawberry Mango Frozen Cocktail

Easy Strawberry Mango Frozen Cocktail

Yield: 1
Prep Time: 5 minutes
Total Time: 5 minutes

It’s cold, refreshing and can easily be made with alcohol or as a mocktail version


  • ½ cup ice (crushed)
  • ½ cup strawberries (frozen)
  • ½ cup mango (frozen)
  • ½ cup prosecco
  • 2 tbsp sugar


  1. In a blender, pour half of the crushed ice, the frozen strawberries, 1/4 cup of prosecco, and 1 tbsp of sugar and mix until smooth and set aside the strawberry slush. Repeat the process with the frozen mango
  2. If you have fresh fruit instead of frozen, it is no problem, but take into account you will have to add more crushed ice to get the perfect slushy texture. The texture is important if you want to get a layered drink. If it isn’t thick enough, the layers will mix as served
  3. To ensure you don't mix the layers, pour the upper layer with a spoon
  4.  If you like it sweeter, you can always add more sugar after you taste it.

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