Recipe by Bea Gassman
"You can make this a banana daiquiri simply by adding a banana!"
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen limeade concentrate
12 fluid ounces
Excellent! If you're looking for a classic lime daiquiri for yourself or for guests, this will be a big hit for all. We didn't change a thing for our monthly neighborhood Mexican night, and everyone raved!!
Tastes just like it is – frozen limeade concentrate with rum.
Really good...alittle sweet....needed to add some carbonated water for a nice fizz!
Overall good, but alcoholic so not for the kiddies
Pretty good. I rimmed the glass with sugar and decreased the rum to 9 ounces. I felt that 12 ounces would've been way too much for me. I prefer the "Best Strawberry Daiquiri" recipe from this site. If I want a frozen lime drink, I'll stick with the "Margaritas" on this site. I think that coconut rum, as mentioned by another reviewer, is an excellent idea!
Really liked this! The second time I made it I used coconut rum and fresh mint to the blend. Yum!
Holy Cow!! This was great! Just like an adult slushie!!
I really liked this. My husband feel in love with lime daiquiri's when we were on our honeymoon, and has been begging me to make him one. This tasted just like the ones we had in Mexico!
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