Recipe by DOREENB
"These are the easiest 'no-blender-needed' frozen daiquiris ever! They go down easy, but watch out!"
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate, thawed
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen limeade concentrate
4 1/4 cups
1 (750 milliliter) bottle
These were so tasty! I followed the recipe word for word except added less rum. I don't like very strong drinks. This turned out really good, however, after 24 hours they were so slushy you couldn't sip them! It was more like a daiquiri sorbet. Oh well, they were good and easy and I'll definitely make them again!
This is the best!!! :)
I am getting famous for my daiquiris!!
Just to let everyone know, they are STRONG and very yummy!
I tend to find they are too frozen when I take them out of the freezer, so I mix and leave in the counter for a while before serving.
I took it easy on the rum because the mix looked wrong to me. They're still really strong, but very good. A great summer drink!
Loved it! Super easy and not overly sweet!
This is the perfect for a shower. I needed more servings so I increased the ingredients by 50% and used 1 qt. of rum. It was slightly strong for some guests, but they added a little non-alcoholic punch to their cups. I served this along side Mock Champagne.
I doubled the recipe for a large BBQ, everyone love it. I will absolutly make this again for our summer BBQs
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