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    This is my version of the new Starbucks tea, I tried to make it low in fat and sugar. It is also so much cheaper!

    Recipe #352436

    Got the recipe straight from the bartender! And it is AWESOME! Recipe for simple syrup: Basically 2 cups of sugar and 2 cups of water, bring to a boil, simmer on low for about 6-8 minutes stirring until all sugar is melted, let cool, store in a jar or air tight container in the refrigerator.

    Recipe #291850

    The London Fog is a popular cafe tea made with Earl Grey Tea, steamed & frothed milk and vanilla syrup. I have neither the time nor the money to get all fancy but I love the taste, so I came up with this and a friend requested I post it. I steep my tea by the pot (in my coffee maker), but I'll break it down to one cup. Feel free to post comments. I have switched this recipe to skim milk but I have made it with skim milk powder. Most people don't care for powder but I live in the middle of nowhere and sometimes I run out of fresh and that's where the original recipe was created one day when I really needed a nice comfort bevvie on a cold winter day and if I add just enough vanilla & honey it helps to cut the taste of the powder :-) Blessings ♥

    Recipe #404423

    I played around forever before I came up with this perfect shake

    Recipe #396606

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

    Recipe #197195

    45 Reviews |  By ~jb4~

    I love lemonade, especially one made from scratch. You can adjust the sugar to your sweetness. Cook time includes chilling time.

    Recipe #58760

    This tastes just like grape koolaid! It's an awesome fruity drink. I made it with Limoncello but I think you could probably try a lemon flavored rum or vodka and it would be close to the same taste. Fun drink because it layers itself and then turns purple after you stir it, hence the name Electric Cool-Aid.

    Recipe #315184

    A drink like the ones served at popular restaurants.

    Recipe #174294

    This is so yummy. Easy, quick, very relaxing.

    Recipe #28707

    7 Reviews |  By Emjay99

    My latest addiction!

    Recipe #99681

    The beautiful colours and flavours in these lovely summer drinks make hot weather fun. I hope you enjoy these lovely treats as much as we do. Remember to use good quality wine when making your punches it adds to the overall flavour.

    Recipe #92004

    Thinking ahead to Cinco de Mayo and stumbled on this recipe. Thought others might want to join me for the occasion so I am posting this untried.

    Recipe #223966

    Keep in the freezer for quick drinks all summer. So versatile and can be used for adult (daiquiri & margarita) and kids (slurpy) drinks. Posted so I NEVER lose it !

    Recipe #300270

    A cocktail from Crystal Light. Crystal Light is a sugar free drink mix--1 tub makes 2 quarts, so if you need to substitute, use whatever amount of your mix to make 2 quarts. From the latest issue of Food & Family.

    Recipe #93489

    I had the best margarita ever when I was visiting my brother in Boston. Shortly after I arrived home, I had a Southern Living magazine that had a mix very similar to the base of the strawberry margarita I had just a little ways from Harvard. Of course, I had to tweak things to make it just the way I like it--I hope that you enjoy this as much as I do. My favorite way to have this is using Cointreau for the orange liqueur and a nice silver tequila. Everyone who has had one of my margaritas generally keeps coming back for more. :)

    Recipe #317066

    A refreshing change from ordinary iced tea. I bet it would be good added to some other drinks also...blueberry lemonade maybe???

    Recipe #177172

    This was on Good Morning America by Chef and author Stephen Bruce in honor of his business turning 50! This is wonderful! Enjoy. This desert makes 2 to 21/2 cups, enough for 1 to 8 guests

    Recipe #102685

    Easy and very delicious!

    Recipe #96989

    4 Reviews |  By Kim1

    This is so good. Kids love it and Adults love it and anyone can make it.

    Recipe #31331

    This is so yummy! I can remember as a young teenager sneaking into the back freezer and getting some of this, but only a little at a time! My parents thought they hid it well in the large freezer, but I was always determined to find it. (Cooking time is freezing time)(Serving is approximately)

    Recipe #51800

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