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    I was looking for a little treat one evening and fresh out of ideas. On a lark, I wandered over to the Weight Watchers UK website and found this zippy beverage idea. Have tried it a few times and this is my revised version of the original. Though the recipe shown here serves two, you can very easily scale this up to serve as many as you like.

    Recipe #134245

    2 Reviews |  By twissis

    My brother sent me an invite to join him at the Grandparents.com website & I get periodic emails from them on the art of grandparenting. The most recent email had a fun article on kid-friendly mocktails & suggested that kids should have spec beverages for their parties & also tasty + festive beverages to enjoy while their elders drink cocktails on spec occasions & holidays. Per the intro, “Shirley Temple, take a bow & step aside. Some new entertainers have taken center stage. The effervescent, sometimes sparkly, always refreshing & totally non-alcoholic mocktails are beverages that kids & partygoers of all ages will enjoy.” I am entering the recipes in pairs, groups or individually based on # of servings. *Cheers* !

    Recipe #338928

    Great for breakfast, not too sweet.

    Recipe #224629

    This non-alcoholic beverage is from The Encyclopedia of Creative Cooking. "Frothy and refreshing"!

    Recipe #330838

    Quick hot cocoa in the microwave.

    Recipe #26773

    Richard and I enjoy this every time it gets cold.

    Recipe #274160

    A DELICIOUS alternative to Hot Chocolate. A guilt free drink with almost zero fat!

    Recipe #197195

    I love iced tea with sugar and lemon, but because I am a diabetic I had to limit my intake of this refreshing beverage. By experimenting several times, I came up with this recipe which is "legal" for me. I find it just as tasty and refreshing as the "real stuff".

    Recipe #105128

    10 Reviews |  By Cynna

    This is a little something I came up with ISO a quencher. Perfect for diabetics or dialysis patients as it has no sugar and is great for fluid restrictions. This helps me on the hottest of days!

    Recipe #94204

    This is one of my adopted recipes that has been updated.

    Recipe #6916

    This was in the latest issue of Women's Weekly & thought it would be good to add to the Mexican leg of ZWT III. Great to warm you up on a cold winters days!

    Recipe #235611

    Wonderful comfort drink.

    Recipe #34173

    A sweet and spicy hot cocoa mix found on VeryBestBaking.com's website. This is also included in the Zaar World Tour 2005 swap, Mexico.

    Recipe #138317

    A little taste of south Florida! From Good Housekeeping's Blend It! Cookbook.

    Recipe #379739

    A thick icy cold milkshake with just the right blend of chocolate and coffee flavors. We found it surprisingly similar to a Wendy's Frosty. Plan to freeze a few coffee ice cubes in advance. I created this diabetic-friendly recipe with "light" and "sugar-free" ingredients for RSC #12. The shake can also be made using "regular" versions of the ingredients. We like it best that way!

    Recipe #317933

    Great lower calorie alternative to the real Mocha Frappuccino.

    Recipe #133607

    a non alcoholic version of the Margarita

    Recipe #244804

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    From Madison Middle School.

    Recipe #355580

    This is the NOG without the EGG. Great for egg allergy sufferers who still like the egg-nog taste, just milder.

    Recipe #340863

    This is too easy, and is an almost nightly ritual in my house. I've based the measurements on a recipe from another site, but that one calls for water to thin the Nutella. I've never tried it that way. The cooking time is approximate.

    Recipe #74086

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