Recipe by Jolene
"While making a pitcher of my Strawberry Mojitos, I had a request for one without any alcohol. It seemed to be a hit! You can adjust the taste by adding less or more of any ingredient. Refreshing and light, it's perfect on a hot summer day!"
Hmm. None of these ingredients are on sale today.
Show ingredients on sale
Sort stores by
Save money at local stores when ingredients are on sale!
Watch video tips and tricks
This was a tasty recipe and one that I'll definitely make again. Go easy on the lime--1 probably would have been more than enough! Also, be warned that the mint leaves will turn the soda a brownish-pink color. If it bothers you, try adding a drop of red food coloring.
This okay, I recommend only using one lime and going easy on the sugar. Also next time I won't leave the limes in the soda, after a half hour or so it started tasting of lime peel. Thanks for the recepie!
Great tasting. I did use 1 lime and 1-1/2 tablespoons of lime juice; doubled the amount of strawberries. The drink had a great strawberry flavor with just a touch of enough lime. Will definitely make again for a hot summer night in Florida.
Yum - and limey! I don't know what a 'real' strawberry Mojito is supposed to taste like, but this stuff is good. I strained mine through a fine seive to get out the pulverized bits and did take the previous reviewers suggestion of a teeny bit of red food coloring. I forgot to sugar my glass, but it looked pretty with some sliced strawberries and mint leaves floating in it and was plenty sweet. Thanks for the recipe!
I served it at my daughter Bday party in a punch bowl added cream soda to it
I followed others' suggestions of only adding one lime -- next time I will add both as the recipe says. I could hardly taste the lime. I did go easy on the sugar, because I tend to like my drinks unsweetened. I found that the strawberry flavor was sort of lost in there, so I would definitely double up on those next time. After mashing everything together, I poured the soda into the pitcher and let it sit in the fridge for several hours (I did stir it occasionally). I did wish the strawberry flavor was more intense, but overall, yummy, refreshing summer drink! Everyone wanted seconds!
I hate to give this recipe such a bad rating, but I must. This was NOT a good recipe. I would have to recommend people to try a different one. It had a limey tang that left my mouth bitter. After adding about another two cups of sugar, I added apple juice. It tasted a better, but it still left a soury-bitter taste in my mouth. It also had absolutely no mint, though I used mint leaves from our backyard and didn't know how much "1/2 a bunch" was. I hate to give it a such a bad review, but I was very upset after slaving over it for half an hour and getting what I got.
the first time I made this it wasn't very good it was too sweet and it took forever using a muddler so the next time I made it I coarsely blended the lime juice, strawberries and mint then added half the sugar and carbonated water and it was delicious
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 1
Chili, brats, and more to feed your hungry football fans.
Cheer on your team with a little something sweet.
Delicious recipes, party ideas, and cooking tips! Get a year of Allrecipes magazine for $7.99!
Beat back the heat with ice-cold homemade strawberry sodas and lemonade!
See how to make a fizzy, refreshing, alcohol-free punch.
This refreshing juice stars peaches, apples, lime, and fresh mint.