Frozen Blackberry Cocktail

Sip on summer vibes with our Frozen Blackberry Cocktail! Packed with frozen blackberries, creamy coconut milk, a splash of lime juice, and a cheeky kick of rum, it’s the ultimate chill-out drink for those lazy, hazy days.

Frozen Blackberry Cocktail

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Some of my fondest memories are picking blackberries at my grandparent’s house in upstate South Carolina with my family. While I love making a blackberry cobbler or two throughout blackberry season, I also love these frozen blackberry cocktails. We call them frozen blackberry coolers at our house!

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The ingredients are really simple in this drink! Here are a few ingredient notes below, but as always, you’ll find the full printable recipe card at the end of the blog post!

FROZEN BLACKBERRIES: I like to start out with frozen blackberries in this drink because it just makes a smoother, frozen consistency! If you don’t have frozen blackberries ready to go, you can use thawed, room temperature blackberries but just add a second cup of ice until the consistency is frozen and smooth!

COCONUT MILK: Look for canned coconut milk in the Asian aisle of any grocery store. It adds a creaminess in this cocktail that is just perfect

LIME JUICE: The tart lime juice balances the sweetness from the blackberries and simple syrup.

SIMPLE SYRUP: You can buy it or make it, either way! If you like a sweeter cocktail, add a bit more.

RUM: You can use any variety you have, but I recommend a good silver rum in this cocktail.

Frozen Blackberry Cooler Recipe - SO refreshing!

So next time you need a little frozen concoction, I hope you’ll try this Frozen Blackberry Cocktail! They’re sweet but have a little touch of tart too! You can even jazz it up with a sugar rim if you want to get extra fancy ;) Here’s to summer!

You might also love my Easy Blackberry Sangria!

close up of frozen blackberry cooler garnish with blackberry

Frozen Blackberry Cocktail

A refreshing frozen blackberry cocktail made with simple ingredients to cool you down on the hottest summer days!
Prep Time 15 minutes
Total Time 15 minutes


  • 3 cups frozen blackberries
  • 1 cup ice
  • 1/2 cup coconut milk
  • 2 tablespoons lime juice
  • 1/4 cup simple syrup
  • 6 ounces rum


  • Blend together frozen blackberries, ice, coconut milk, lime juice, simple syrup, and rum until pureed and smooth. If using thawed blackberries, add more ice until consistency is frozen. Add more simple syrup for more sweetness. Garnish with blackberries and a sprig of mint!


Calories: 259kcalCarbohydrates: 27gProtein: 2gFat: 7gSaturated Fat: 5gPolyunsaturated Fat: 0.4gMonounsaturated Fat: 0.3gSodium: 21mgPotassium: 260mgFiber: 6gSugar: 21gVitamin A: 235IUVitamin C: 25mgCalcium: 42mgIron: 2mg
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Frozen Blackberry Cooler Recipe - SO refreshing!

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  1. OH my gosh I have been LOVING blackberries lately… seriously… I can’t believe I haven’t given them more of chance before now. But these blackberry coolers look perfect for our Memorial Day cookout!!! So fresh and yummy :)

    1. Thank you so much gals! So glad you loved this post :) xoxo

    1. Oh Robyn! Thank you! That means a lot coming from you!!

  2. Pretty pictures. Blackberries are my daughter’s favorite fruit. I might try and make these for us. I was thinking I would try honey as the sweetner. Anyway thanks for the recipe! I am pinning this :)

  3. Michelle Games says:

    Love all the drinks you post, can’t wait to try them..also I am in love with the glasses you use!! Wherever did you find them??
    Thanks so much!!

    1. Hi Michelle!! Thank you SO much! These are from World Market!

  4. Totally loving these drinks! This brings back memories of picking buckets of blackberries with Blackie (remember him??) on the back dirt road. I’m requiring a batch of these for when we visit later this summer. :-)

    1. YES! Loved that dog. And eating a billion blackberries! Yum!

  5. I meant to clip this and there it was again in my email and need to pin this for later. Looks so good!

    1. Thank you soo much Mireya!

    1. Thank you SO much!!

  6. Joni Szela says:

    Simple syrup?????

    1. Joni – You can click the link for simple syrup for more details on it. Or you can make your own, you’ll find lots of easy recipes for it online but it’s just sugar & water.

  7. Peter Cossons says:

    Delicious. I swapped the rum for vodka and didn’t use any syrup. I found it was sweet enough without. Lovely on a hot summer day. Thank you.

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