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Key Lime Martini

KNIGHTSOFNEECH

"A great, creamy, key lime martini."
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Ingredients

5 m servings 94 cals
Original recipe yields 1 servings (1 martini)

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Footnotes

  • Cook's Note:
  • One ounce of Rose's® Sweetened Lime Juice can be used in place of the lime juice and simple syrup.
  • Rim your glass with crushed graham crackers for additional serving style.

Nutrition Facts


Per Serving: 94 calories; 1.7 g fat; 11.3 g carbohydrates; 0.5 g protein; 6 mg cholesterol; 10 mg sodium. Full nutrition

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We couldn't agree with Stephoney's review more! It IS decadent and tastes just like key lime pie! Ours, too, turned out more white than clear like the picture. We liked her idea of using 2 oz...

Yum! This drink is decadent! I upped the measurements to 2 oz each. It filled my martini glass up to the rim :) I didn't have any vanilla flavored vodka so I added a splash of vanilla extract t...

I add a rim of graham cracker:sugar 50:50 and a pinch of nutmeg to mine DELICIOUS!

The curdling of the cream is disconcerting, but the flavor is wonderful. I used light cream and freshly squeezed lime juice to make this refreshing cocktail.

Made this today. Used 2 ounces for all ingredients. Delicious and fantastic!!!!

Perfection in a glass! As a beer drinking Wisconsin girl I was thrown off when on a first date the guy ordered a key lime pie martini. Over 7 years later I still tease my husband about it and th...

Just like I had in Florida... I added a half oz of Godiva White Chocolate Liquor.. Awesome!!

Made this tonight as I made a key lime pie earlier and had the ingredients still out. Very good and refreshing! I think I'll omit the half and half all together or maybe just add half the amount...