Recipe by ZAAVAN
"Cool, refreshing, and abundant summer drink. Serve in a tall glass over ice."
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black tea bags
1 (6 ounce) can
frozen lemonade concentrate
We are a family of tea lovers. We drink it with just about every meal and have to add sugar and lemon juice to each glass. I loved the idea of using the concentrate but didn't have it on hand so I tried it with lemonade mix (Crystal Light) and it turned out perfectly. Thanks for the idea Sue-ellen.
Made this with "store-brand" lemonade ... no distinct flavor and too much sweetness. Yuk!
I grew up on this recipe & LOVE it!! I also add fresh peppermint or spearmint. This is so good!
I really liked this, my husband was so/so so I gave it four stars, I used half a can of lemonade concentrats to equal the 6 oz. called for, perhaps people misread and used the full 12 oz. resulting in an overly strong lemon taste.....
Quick, easy, very tasty....and much less expensive than iced tea mixes!
I love lemon flavor ice tea and this was great. I added more sugar (added 1 additional cup) because we were going to be outside and it is summer time and it is hot outside, plus I knew we were going to add ice to the tea mixture. But to us, adding the 1 additional cup did not make it too sweet it was just right.
EXCELLENT!! I have made this a number of times now...and it is always a hit!! I bring the recipe with! I have used a bunch of different concentrates and they are all wonderful. I make a double batch and use a raspberry lemonade and a fruit punch...very good!
I didn't have lemonade concentrate, so I used 1/2 cup lemon juice and an additional 3/4 cup of sugar. However, I found that the tea flavor wasn't quite strong enough for that much water. I think next time I'd use more tea bags and less lemon.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Iced Tea III
Serving Size: 1/16 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 16
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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