14 Reviews

I liked this alot! I attempted to grow mint this year and I ended up with way more than I could use. This was a really delicious way to use some up! Very refreshing!

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Funfetti September 28, 2009

It's already 90 degrees here. Don't get me wrong, I love Louisiana...other than the fact that the hot weather it's trying to kill me. Refreshing!

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gailanng June 18, 2014

awesome...tastes great...refreshing!! % starts!! *****

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Chef Cindee December 28, 2009

This was recommended by Chef #336058. I used spenda and 1/4 tsp of peppermint extract and reduced it down to 3 servings. This made a yummy brunch drink for the two of us. Thanks for sharing the recipe!

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2Bleu February 19, 2009

Hey Mikey! He likes it! LOL! My kids loved it, surprisingly! I halved the recipe and made it this morning. Used 2 lemons and fresh peppermint leaves. So easy in the blender and it didn't leave any chunks. I might use more ice next time if I want more of a slushie. Going in the keeper file for summer. I put this into my book#234006.

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WI Cheesehead December 30, 2008

I did it for 3 servings and it was perfect for the 2 of us. I used sugar and the quantity was perfect. Maybe I used more mint leaves. I used peppermint leaves. It was very refreshing. I loved it. And will do it again. Sorry for my photo, it looks weird like that. Made for Zaar Star game

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Boomette August 25, 2008

Awesome drink! I loved the minty taste. I also used this to make Pineapple Sparklers. Thanks!

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Sharon123 August 18, 2008

With a heat index of 100% today here in Iowa, this really hit the spot. I did use the sugar but I boiled it with some of the water to make a simple syrup and then cooled it. I did not want the sugar to be grainy in the drink. I muddled the mint leaves with a little sugar, then added everything to the blender.

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Charlotte J July 11, 2008

Refreshing! Fantastic *NON-alcoholic* beverage that cools you off fast and tastes great! I made this with Splenda so it was pretty low in calories too! This reminded me of the Mint Iced Tea I guluped by the gallons in Costa Rica. Delicious and very cooling! Lucky me I have a huge, overflowing pot of mint in the front yard that will be visted more frequently now! This is a keeper. I think I will add even more mint the hotter it gets here! lol Very very nice! You have my eternal gratitude for sharing this easy and delicious recipe! *Made for Beverage Tag*

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Mama's Kitchen (Hope) June 26, 2008

very mixed reviews from my crew. Some loved it and wanted seconds, the others gave theirs away. I didn't care for the mint too much but dh thought it was really good. This was very easy, I had no problem with chunks of leaves and everyone loved that it was green! lol

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Cuistot June 15, 2008
Frozen Minted Lemonade