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Mmm, creamy, tangy, and delicious! Tastes very much like the real thing too! ;) I added a tablespoon of frozen limeade concentrate for a boost of flavor. We served these with Crock Pot Chicken Fajitas and they hit the spot! Thanks for sharing!

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megs_ July 30, 2012

This was a surprisingly wonderful drink. We made this as part of a Cinco De Mayo celebration a few years ago. My oldest son has asked for it every year since.

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Julie.25 July 21, 2012

This is great! We love margaritas and this nonalcoholic version is wonderful. I used Sierra Mist. It was nice to be able to serve this drink to my sons. They enjoyed it. I will make this again. Thanks for sharing. Made for Kid-Friendly Tag.

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Lainey6605 October 12, 2008

Very nice tasting drink, & something I'll definitely keep around! I used 7-Up this time but want to try it next time during warmer weather using Squirt! Thanks for this great recipe!

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Sydney Mike February 24, 2008

Yum! I really enjoyed these. The smooth creamy lemon flavour and texture has another dimension with the crisp bite of the carbonated sprite. I used source lemon yogurt (ff, artificially sweetened) and diet sprite. Thanks for a great one Parsley!

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LUv 2 BaKE July 02, 2007

The kids all enjoyed this but I found it a bit too yogurty. I'll try this again and use a bit less yogurt and a little more lemon-lime beverage. Made for ZWT3...a Toast to the Captains!

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A Good Thing June 24, 2007

Oh Boy! I love lemon yogurt and I just happened to have some 7UP and limes on hand. I used fat free/sugar reduced yogurt and diet 7UP so I figure I got a yummy drink with about 7 g's of sugar and no fat. Color me tickled. This stuff is great, not "kid sweet" but not tart either. To be honest I didn't freeze the yogurt and it was still plenty thick and, like Twiss, I added more lime juice. it's a margarita after all and they are not known for thickness. Made for ZWT3 but I'll be making plenty more of them!

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Annacia June 24, 2007

I really enjoyed this recipe. I used "lemon burst" yogurt and 7-Up. I used sugar around the rim of the glass. What a treat! Thank you Parsley for sharing this recipe.

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Kim D. June 19, 2007

So kids get a kick out of these, huh? Are there any stats on how much the more mature generations favor them? If not, let me be the 1st to testify that I love this tasty drink! I made a half recipe, used 2 tbsp lime juice instead of 1 tsp, used Sprite Zero for the carbonated component & drank 2 servings in no time at all. I know you gave me the ok to add tequila after a taste test, but frankly it was just too darned good w/o it to bother. I am heading out early in the morning for more supplies so I can be ready for the weekend! Yum! I did tell you I loved it, right? Thx for sharing this one w/me. EDITED TO ADD: IMO the freezing step is essential here & gets you a *sublime lime milk shake* :-)

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twissis May 04, 2007
Creamy Nonalcoholic Margaritas