• Peach Tea mix

    Cheap Date Ideas (Summer)-b101-peach-tea1-sm.jpgPeach tea mix is very simple to prepare ahead of time. It's quite sweet, which is how most of us southerner's prefer it!



    You'll Need:
    1 c. instant ice tea mix (unsweetened or sweetened)
    1 sm box peach-flavored gelatin (3 ounce size)
    2 c. sugar

    Measure into ziploc bag and shake well to blend. To use add 1 Tablespoon per Cup of Ice water. You'll need to dissolve the mix in about 1/4 cup of hot water, stirring until dissolved, then add ice to glass and fill with cold water. Stirring well.

    To enjoy a cup of hot peach tea, add 1 tablespoon of mix to a mug of hot water.

    Recipe yields 3 1/2 cups of tea mix and costs approximately 28 cents per serving.

    If you'd prefer to make Homemade Peach Tea using Fresh Peaches, here's another recipe you may enjoy:

    You'll Need:
    12 plain tea bags (regular size)
    1 c. sugar
    1/4 tsp baking soda
    1 Can of Peach Nectar (11.5 oz size)
    1 Fresh Lemon
    4 Fresh Peaches

    Place the teabags in the coffeepot filter holder and run a pot of water (about 6 cups) through the coffeepot over the teabags. Add the sugar, stirring until dissolved. Add the baking soda and nectar, stirring to mix well. Transfer the tea to a pitcher, add ice cubes and top with Ice cold water. Squeeze the juice of 1 fresh lemon over the top, stir gently. Just prior to serving add slices of fresh peaches to each glass.

    This makes 1 gallon

    ** The Peach nectar can be found in the juice aisle.


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    1. Connie2204's Avatar
      Connie2204 -
      How much mix per 2 qt pitcher?
    1. Liss's Avatar
      Liss -
      Quote Originally Posted by Connie2204 View Post
      How much mix per 2 qt pitcher?
      There are 8 cups in 2 quarts. The recipe states 1 tbs per cup, so that would be 1/2 cup of mix, give or take a tablespoon or two for your taste preferences.


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