Easy Kid-Friendly Recipes

These meals should please even the pickiest palates.

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Lime Soda and Mojitos

1 lime, juiced
1 tablespoon powdered sugar
1 can seltzer

For the adult version:
Everything for the kids’ version, plus:
5 to 6 mint leaves
1 lime, cut into quarters
1 1/2 ounces white rum

For the kids’ version, mix the lime juice and sugar in a tall glass, fill with ice and then top with seltzer. Stir.
For the adult version, add the mint, sugar and lime juice to a tall glass, including two lime quarters. Muddle, add the rum, and stir. Fill the glass with ice, top with seltzer, and stir again.

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Reader Comments:
Jun 9, 2013 11:46 am
 Posted by  Billsd

12 ounces of rum? That would be one powerful mojito fit for Pancho Villa. It looks like you got the good old Microsux Word screw with your recipes where the "/" went bye-bye with the spell or grammar checker. You can thank Bill Gates for that.

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