"After tasting Boston Iced Tea, I just had to try and concoct my own. Delicious and refreshing! You can also serve with a slice of fresh orange." — DAMODDAHALIEN
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1 (12 fluid ounce) can
frozen cranberry juice concentrate
Wonderful way to alter tea. I used Welch's Light frozen Cranberry juice and 1/2 Splenda, 1/2 sugar and it still tasted great!
I followed this recipe to the "T" and all I tasted was tea nothing else. If I were to make this again I would use half the tea bags. Even adding rum didn't improve the flavor.
I COULDN'T FIND THE FROZEN CRANBERRY CONCENTRATE
IN THE GROCERY STORE I SHOPPED IN, SO I MADE IT
WITH THE REGULAR OCEANSPRAY BOTTLED. I THINK IT
WILL MAKE A BIG DIFFERENCE USING THE FROZEN,
THE REGULAR JUST DIDN'T CUT IT! THE GODDESS WAS
NOT HAPPY-MY OWN FAULT-SORRY! xoxoxoxo
Delicious! I used Cran-Raspberry juice to counter some of the tartness of straight cranberry juice. It was gone within hours. It was simple and fast. Something I will make again and again.
I created a different flavor combination & it worked out well. With the basic recipe in mind,(I halved the recipe because I only wanted 8 c. of liquid.) I used 1/2 a can of pineapple juice concentrate, 1/2c. of sugar, 8c. of boiling water, and I used 10 HERBAL TEA (mango apple) bags. The flavor was terrific. A great way to use up excess tea bags. I will try other juice concentrates and tea flavors in the future. A+++
We go through about a gallon of this every day.
Cran-Raspberry is my favorite, but I have also tried it with frozen lemonade and raspberry lemonade.
This was delicious! Next time I'll probably use 3/4 cup of sugar, though. I also made it in halved quantities.. 1/2 the ingredients, and 7 tea bags for the first batch, and 1/2 the ingredients and the same 7 tea bags the 2nd time so the tea wasn't too strong. The results were more than satisfying. I absolutely loved this. Quick and easy, something I know I'll make again.
As good as Red Lobster's--maybe better! I doubled the recipe for a family get together. Not a drop was left. Looking forward to making it again soon.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Boston Iced Tea
Serving Size: 1/14 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 14
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 0
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