Non Alcoholic Margarita and 5 other Cinco De Mayo Recipes

Cinco De Mayo is around the corner, so it’s almost margarita time. I know, I know. Mine is Non Alcoholic. But…this Non Alcoholic version is perfect for kids and family fun! It also can help you save on the calories too. Enjoy for Cinco De Mayo or anytime during the spring and summer. My 3 kiddos loved it!! Here are 5 other Cinco De Mayos I have my eye on. Happy Wednesday!

Mexican Lasagna via I Heart Naptime

Margarita Cupcakes via Brown Eyed Baker

Homemade Red Enchilada Sauce via Gimme Some Oven

Ancho Chicken Tacos with Cilantro Cream via Cooking Light

Raspberry White Cherry Yogurt Pops from Verses in My Kitchen

For Strawberry Month: Strawberry Limeade

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I featured this recipe on my blog last year, but since I have so many new subscribers I thought I would bring it back one more time. Strawberry Limeade is just in time for the season of freshest strawberries. It’s only 2 ingredients, and it’s┬áso easy to prepare. My kids beg me to make it year-round, and if I can’t find fresh strawberries, I purchase frozen. These already-sliced strawberries from Dole are my favorite.

Kid-Friendly: Non Alcoholic Margaritas

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This recipe is my son, Alec’s favorite. It will be featured on NBC 13 Daytime Alabama next month, but I thought I would share the recipe with you now. It’s really simple and tastes fabulous with or without tequila. I am in the process of making some new adjustments to my site so my posts might be few and far between for the next few weeks. It’s also my kid’s last week out of school so I want to spend all the time with them that I can. Please bare with me during this transition and thanks for all of your support for my blog.

A Sign of Spring: Strawberry Limeade

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Coming up with this recipe may seem simple to you because that’s what I thought when I submitted this recipe concept to a client for recipe development. Honestly, I made this recipe at least six times. I kept placing the strawberries in the blender and coming out with a fizzy product. It tasted great, but was very foamy and fizzy. The kids loved trying all the versions, but they even complained about all of the fizz. I realized that maybe I was making this too complicated trying create a lime simple syrup, different sugars, etc. until I realized why not just try chopping the strawberries in the food processor first and then stir them into simple limeade? This version worked great so I hope you will like it too.