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    Was goofing around making drinks for my girlfriend one night and stumbled upon this. Named the flamingo because of its bright pink color and tropical flavor.

    Recipe #87530

    Shirley Temple's alter-ego. Talk about making your hair curl!! Stay horizontal. If available, try Crater Lake Vodka or Cascade Mountain Gin.

    Recipe #132566

    These refreshing cocktails are made with tequila, guava nectar, and limoncello. Adapted from "Paradise on Ice" by Mittie Hellmich. Tip: 2 ounces equals 1/4 cup.

    Recipe #131599

    Oprah recently featured this treat as one of her favorite things. I ordered the mix from Serendipity in NYC. The food editor from our local paper went in search of the recipe after numerous requests from readers and here it is--straight from Serendipity 3 restaurant. When my mix arrives, I'll let you know how this recipe compares to the real deal.

    Recipe #104403

    A really refreshing punch recipe that I got from the cafeteria manager of the establishment that I work in. It was served at retirement teas and special occasions at work.

    Recipe #131422

    Wonderful pineapple punch. The original recipe calls for tequila but I prefer the rum.

    Recipe #130629

    This is a great drink to get you going in the morning.

    Recipe #119316

    This is a fragrant drink thats really refreshing and fantastic for picnics and barbeques.

    Recipe #128764

    This recipe is from the www.TopSecretRecipes.com. website. It tastes just like my favorite peach drink at Outback Steakhouse.

    Recipe #55903

    This is a great "Adult Beverage". I hate the taste of alcohol, but sometimes I like a little something in the summer. This is fun to make for a BBQ, the flavors compliment grilled foods very nicely. And, frankly, after a few of these you won't need the food!

    Recipe #124894

    These are really nice for those long, hot, Texas summers.

    Recipe #124965

    Traditional drink of Puerto Rico

    Recipe #123907

    This hot chocolate recipe is unlike any other. It is haunted. But do not be afraid. The little ghost in your cup only wants to share in the chocolately goodness, and he can be eaten too..hehe. This is a great recipe for Halloween. One of my favorites, just because it is so cute!

    Recipe #121880

    3 Reviews |  By hkcurry

    This is a drink I make for my 2 year old very often. You can prepare it as a milk shake or as a sweet drink.

    Recipe #122497

    This is another one from the American Diabetes Association that is a guilt free indulgence. Great not only for diabetics or dieters, but anyone who wants to remember their childhood without all the fat and calories

    Recipe #25267

    This is a smooth alcholic beverage that has a great taste!

    Recipe #121445

    5 Reviews |  By Courtly

    "Irish or not, you'll love sipping the green with this captivating melange of honeydew melon, cucumber, and lime juice."

    Recipe #121292

    Aguas frescas are popular fresh-fruit drinks in Mexico. Although water is a standard ingredient, this undiluted version is a thirst-quenching refresher whether accompanying spicy foods or sipped in the sun. Points 2.

    Recipe #117717

    This is the high-octane version. No milk, no ice cream!

    Recipe #119694

    You could use chocolate ice cream instead for extra chocolaty shake. Since someone gave me a low rating because this shake was not as thick as they wanted, I will specify that this recipe is not meant to make a super thick shake. If that's what you're after, combine the rest of the ingredients first and then slowly add the milk as you mix until you get to the consistency you want; probably it will end up somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 cup milk for a fairly thick shake and may be as little as 1/8 of a cup or less if you want it so thick that you couldn't suck it up through a straw.

    Recipe #98252

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