Recipe by Joey
"A simple Daiquiri recipe. You may omit rum to make a virgin equivalent, or change to another fruit concentrate."
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1/2 (6 ounce) can
frozen limeade concentrate
I think the first reviewer made the same mistake that I made. The recipe should read "1 6oz can". When I made this recipe for the first time at my cousin's home, my cousin, Ruth, said she did not realize that limeade came in a 6 oz size. Apparently, the person who posted this recipe didn't either. This recipe is very good using 6 ounces of limeade. I will use it again.
Simple, fast, and delicious. Twist of fresh lime goes great with it!
Ew. These need twice as much limeade, half of the amount of rum, and half the carbonated water. In other words, make a whole new recipe. As is this tasted like watered down rum. Nobody liked them.
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