Sugar-Free Sweet and Sour Mix

You can use this mix to make whiskey sours, daiquiris, margaritas, etc. (Try it with Jack Daniels - yum!) Fresh lemon and limes taste best, but bottled works OK.

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10mins
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  • Combine it all together. Store covered in the refrigerator.
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"You can use this mix to make whiskey sours, daiquiris, margaritas, etc. (Try it with Jack Daniels - yum!) Fresh lemon and limes taste best, but bottled works OK."
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  1. The Esquire
    I absolutely LOVE Margaritas but hate the guilt that follows after having consumed the excessive calories in the mixes--which can also sometimes be overly sweet. This recipe is quite good and, to me, tasted better the day after I prepared it. I opted to use Splenda as it is a more natural product and really liked the fact that I knew what the ingredients were; no artificial colors or flavors. Thank you for the post--I'll be making this again!
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  2. shawnajean
    You can use this mix to make whiskey sours, daiquiris, margaritas, etc. (Try it with Jack Daniels - yum!) Fresh lemon and limes taste best, but bottled works OK.
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