Recipe by Michaela.K9
"This is a very light peach tea, great for a summer day."
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family size tea bags
fresh peaches - peeled, pitted and sliced
1 1/2 teaspoons
Enjoyed this recipe! This is gone in a day in our house! I use store-brand versions instead of brand name Stevia powder (also known as PureVia, Truvia and SweetLeaf Sweetener). Any of your favorite sugar substitutes will do.
I was disappointed in this recipe since it got so many high reviews. I followed the recipe exactly and everyone thought it tasted like watered down tea. I'm going to add 4 or 5 more peaches and see how it tastes and a little more stevia as well.
Peaches are on sale this week so this was an excellent way to use a couple in a new way. Instead of stevia powder, I used a half cup of sugar. That was the only change I made. I'm not much of a tea drinker, I leave that to my husband, but this one I really liked. REALLY liked. I think I could cut back the sugar just a touch but that's all a matter of taste. I think this might be a new summer favorite. I plan on spiking mine tonight with a little vodka for an adult cocktail. ;)
This works great with frozen peaches as well!
This tea was delicious. I added a little extra peach flavor by putting the skin and pit in boiling water before adding the tea bags then straining it all once it cooled. How refreshing and delicious it was! I blended the peaches until smooth in the blender and added the puree to the tea. Can't go wrong with this one.
This is a delicious, light summer tea! Try adding some lemonade for a peach Arnold Palmer!
What a great way to use some of the many peaches from our tree! We played a bit with the amount of sugar and number of peaches to suit our taste, but the basics for the recipe stayed the same. The key is to really blend the water and peaches before you mix in the tea. If you do it long enough, you won't have any pulpy taste to it at all.
Smooth, with a great summertime flavor! I'm freezing some to see if I can capture the peach goodness when they are no longer at the peak of the season!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Serving Size: 1/10 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 10
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 5
** Calories from Fat: 0
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