Ingredients15 m servings 86 cals
- Bring the water to a boil in a large pot, and stir in the tea bags, raspberries, and sugar until the sugar has dissolved. Allow the mixture to steep until the desired level of tea flavor is reached, 3 to 5 minutes; remove tea bags, and stir in the lemonade mix until dissolved. Pour tea into pitchers, and add ice to cool.
Per Serving: 86 calories; 0.1 g fat; 22.2 g carbohydrates; 0.1 g protein; 0 mg cholesterol; 15 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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This recipe is SOOOooo good!! Wow! Okay, I did make some changes... I used one gallon sized tea bag (I felt that three was a *little* excessive!), I also didn't boil the whole gallon of water (j...
This recipe was pretty good, lots of people enjoyed it. I found that I needed to leave the tea bags in way longer, or else it doesn't taste like tea at all. We left them in overnight, and we use...
This was good, but the next time I make it I will only steep my tea bags for 3 minutes rather than five. I found that after 5 minutes, the resulting tea was a little bitter for my taste. I used...
I made so many changes, that I'm not even sure it's the same recipe! Anyway, these changes where made for 7 servings (so I can make 2 liters, metric system) 7 regular tea bags, 1/2 cup of froze...
This was the recipe group selection for this week. A very refreshing for a summer night. I noticed our raspberry package was only 6oz. so we didn't quite have a cup. We used two of the gallon si...
I used two gallon size tea bags, and the juice from 3 fresh lemons instead of the powered lemonade mix. Since I had extra fresh raspberries, I froze a few of them inside the ice cubes. Also f...
Instead of making the tea as the recipe stated, I made Sun Tea (ten tea bags, full gallon sun tea pitcher). Near the end of the afternoon, I then added the raspberries (I used equal amounts froz...
DELICIOUS! I added plain lemon juice to this instead of the lemonade mix. Refreshing! MMMMmmm!