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    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

    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

    Quick hot cocoa in the microwave.

    Recipe #26773

    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

    When child actress Shirley Temple visited the Royal Hawaiian Hotel or Chasen's in Beverly Hills, this is the drink she was served. Both restaurants claim to be the creator of the drink. Most variations today don't use the orange juice and usually use Sprite or 7-Up in place of the ginger ale, but if you are looking for authenticity, this is it.

    Recipe #263566

    We have one of these almost everyday! 1 WW point and so easy and so good! I use Diet Sierra Mist, but you can also substitute Diet Sprite or Diet 7-Up and I'd think you'd get the same result. Also, we use the frozen smoothie blend fruit, but you can use anything you'd like! Enjoy.

    Recipe #101141

    A quick and simple recipe for a cherry limeade

    Recipe #42675

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

    Recipe #197195

    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

    1 Reviews |  By CJAY

    From Madison Middle School.

    Recipe #355580

    I make this perfectly rich and easy hot chocolate for myself most mornings. It's lowfat, sugar free, and I'd rather the antioxidants from this versus caffeine from coffee. This is way better than those questionable, hardly chocolatey, who-knows-whats-in-them packets.

    Recipe #395484

    A nice alternative to the Fuzzy Navel!

    Recipe #48815

    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

    Use a sugar substitute to make this diabetic friendly. Mix up the dry ingredients as a gift for a teacher.

    Recipe #26819

    Wonderful beverage on a cold morning. Easy and delicious.

    Recipe #138846

    A mix of fruits to give a fuzzy feeling like the feeling you feel one watching your first sunset. Awwwwwwww!

    Recipe #364198

    4 Reviews |  By House

    Yet another smoothie/milkshake experiment gone well. Yea, I love cottage cheese, you can tell.

    Recipe #214264

    2 Reviews |  By *Alia*

    A lovely tropical drink. Perfect for hot summer days.

    Recipe #293213

    2 Reviews |  By Clarely

    My husband and I had a craving for hot chocolate, so I came here to search for a recipe. I found one for Mexican Hot Chocolate (#37417) and tweaked it for what we had a taste for (and the ingredients we had on hand)

    Recipe #277361

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