Recipe by Ty
"Named after the golfer, it is said to be his favorite beverage."
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Hubs and I were thinking of what we could have for a refreshing drink after doing some yard work. He mentioned an Arnold Palmer, which I had never heard of. He said golfers drink it. So, I looked it up on AR and sure enough, there it was! I made it using "Smooth Sweet Tea" and "Best Lemonade Ever," recipes also from this site. This was really good! Light, refreshing and thirst quenching - no wonder it's so popular with golfers. Hubs said this tastes just like the stuff you get at the clubhouse!
I did not care for this. It was to tart.
I grew up with my mom making a recipe similar to this, mixing lemonade & ice tea together. I continue to do it to this day. My favorite way to drink ice tea!!!! Been doing it this way for 35-40 years now!!! Yum!
This was super easy and very tasty! I didnt think I would like it b/c I hate sweet tea thats too lemony but this was perfect. Will try w/ Crystal Light next time.
This is a great drink except I add a shot of vodka...yummy
An Arnold Palmer formula is very custom made depending on the tastes of the maker. Some like more lemonade, some like more iced tea some like a lighter taste (more water) on either the tea or lemon. Ideally an Arnold Palmer is a part tea and part lemonade. I used green tea and old fashioned lemonade. You can use any tea, pink or regular lemonade, home made or artificial. THANKS
my son introduced me to this drink over Memorial day. I love the taste--am going to look for the Hibiscus TAO tea. This is very refreshing.
One of my favorite drinks. i try to use either plain tea, or green tea. add in the same amount of lemonade and sugar to taste.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: < 1
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