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    Musings: Mango Banana Daiquiris

    Now, here’s an end-of-summer recipe! What did you think of these daiquiris? Did you make any changes or substitutions? The posting date is Thursday, August 13.

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    11 Responses

    1. Absolutely perfect after a day of yard work!

    2. This was fantastic! Sweet and tart, yummm, hit the spot!

    3. I didn’t care for the mango. I think I will try pineapple next time.

    4. It was great but I decided to leave the sugar out, the fruits were sweet enough.

    5. I didn’t love the flavor 😦 Maybe the mango wasn’t ripe enough for me.

    6. LOVED these, and so did my friends. Really refreshing and a good fruit combo.

    7. I’m sorry but I didn’t get to make this. I’ve been sick and I just found out I have to have surgery. I will make this later as my husband loves bananas and mangos.

    8. Loved them – had them two days in a row. Today I’m going to do peach dacquiris (got to get rid of that basket of peaches somehow!).

      As this was my first Barefoot recipe, I was glad it was an easy one. Looking forward to the pizza in a couple of weeks.

    9. This is the second night in a row that I’ve made these for my husband and myself. We love them!! Although I’ve started to leave out the lime juice, and my bananas are a little underripe. I think with ripe bananas this would be a near perfect summer drink!

    10. These were a HUGE hit. I can’t wait to make them again.

    11. Great mango flavor and a nice tropical drink to round out summer. The drink came out too thick for me though, I think i would do it again with pinepapple instead of banana.

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