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The Best Lemonade

Watch how easy it is to make tart, sweet homemade lemonade. All you need are lemons, sugar, and a lot of ice cubes.

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Margaritas

Limeade concentrate, tequila, and triple sec. You’ll also get simple tips for garnishing your glasses to put these festive cocktails over the top.

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Bourbon Apple Cider Floats

Fill champagne glasses with small scoops of creamy vanilla ice cream, then pour on the chilled bourbon followed by a slow pour of hard apple cider to produce a dramatic bubbly foam. Finish with a dash of cinnamon and raise your glasses to the autumn cocktail hour!

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Rudolph-tinis

A winter holiday martini that looks like Rudolph? Why not! Shake up vodka, hazelnut liqueur, rum, and half-and-half into this delicious libation and garnish with cinnamon sticks and maraschino cherry. Happy holidays!

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Creepy Halloween Recipes

Here are a few unique and quite creepy treat ideas to trick your friends with this Halloween! Enjoy!

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Watermelon Frosé

Blend frozen cubes of watermelon, rosé wine ice cubes, basil-infused simple syrup and lime juice to create a pretty pink slush. Fill up your favorite cocktail glasses and garnish with lime or a leaf of basil and enjoy a great chill.

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Peach Lemonade

Ingredients 4 cups water 2 cups coarsely chopped peaches 3/4 cup sugar 1 cup lemon juice (about 4 to 6 lemons) 1 peach, cut into wedges Mint for garnishment Instructions: Peach Lemonade

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21 Refreshing Iced Coffee Recipes

Sometimes you need coffee and dessert, simultaneously. And iced coffee is a perfect and delicious pick-me-up, especially on a hot afternoon. Maybe it’s the DIY in us, but we never really understood paying $4 for an iced coffee when we can make the same deliciousness in our own kitchen! So, it’s time to experiment with […]

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Mexican Strawberry Water

Chill a mixture of sliced strawberries, sugar and water for a few hours, then blend and strain. Add cold water and chill several hours more. When thirst arrives, pour over ice and garnish with lime and mint and enjoy your newfound cool.

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