Recipe by Helena W.
"This drink is probably the best drink I have ever had in my life! You make it with strawberries, sugar, lemon juice, ice, and lemon-lime soda. You can substitute red cream soda or your favorite flavor for the lemon-lime."
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i used this recipe as a "base" and adjusted it to fit our taste. i replaced the lemon-lime soda with pear juice (that was the only thing i had in the pantry..i imagine any mild-tasting juice would taste good too) and replaced the lemon juice with freshly-squeezed orange juice. with extra ice, my family said it was the best virgin strawberry daiquiri ever!
This has an OK taste, but it is not really a daiquiri. You should replace the lemon lime soda with strawberry daiquiri mix and I would definitely add more fresh strawberries in the recipe. The sugar is not necessary for a daiquiri and should be left out completely and the lemon juice should be replaced with orange juice. You may also want a few more ice cubes to get a daiquiri like consistency. Also, this does not make a very large serving, so you may want to double all ingredients.
Delicious! We used frozen strawberries, left out the sugar altogether and used a limited edition specialty 7-UP that had Pomegranate in it. I'll make these again for sure.
YUM! For a six-serving size, I used about 15 large frozen strawberries, the same sugar, ice, & lemon juice listed, and one, 12-ounce can of grapefruit soda/pop. My hubby and son loved it!!! It helps that I have a brand new mixer that makes very fine crushed ice! Who needs alcohol in their drink?
I used this recipe as a stating place, as I didn't have everything on the list. I used a fruit punch flavored soda, mixed frozen fruit (strawberries,peaches, and raspberries), lemon juice, and ice. No sugar. I didn't really measure it myself, but what I came up with was delicious.
I made this one night in hopes of having a cold, refreshing drink outside, but instead I got this. It had the consistency and sweetness of powdered kool-aid. There is way too much sugar and way too little ice. If I were you I would disregard this recipe immediately, unless of course, you like feeling light-headed from a sugar overdose. Never try this drink, it is like drinking syrup!
Would get easily 5 stars but I made adjustments... I'm preggers & this was EXACTLY what I was craving. 1/4 c. of sugar makes it way too sweet, so just use 1/8 c. sugar & add more if you need to. 5 strawberries makes it more fruity. I went easy on the lemon juice too, more can be added at the end if needed. YAY for a recipe that makes 1 drink! I've been craving fruit so much and will probably go through my carton of strawberries just making these every night. Big plans for adding other fruits to it too!
Not the best recipe ever, but still good. I used frozen strawberries, and only put in about 1 T. sugar. Not "strawberry-ee" enough...so be sure to add MANY more...maybe like 6 or 7? Not bad for a refreshing beverage, but just needs to be added to.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Virgin Strawberry Daiquiri
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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