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June 10th National Iced Tea Day- learn the origin and history of national iced tea day as well as several tried and true copycat recipes for snapple, arizona green tea and lipton citrus tea, plus- learn where to find great samples and freebies for National Iced Tea Month Read More: Article: June

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    June 10th National Iced Tea Day- learn the origin and history of national iced tea day as well as several tried and true copycat recipes for snapple, arizona green tea and lipton citrus tea, plus- learn where to find great samples and freebies for National Iced Tea Month

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    Happy National Iced tea day Everyone! I really love all these new "National Food Holiday" posts, they're fantastic. My favorite Iced tea recipe is for Boston Iced Tea.

    Ingredients:

    • 1 Gallon Water
    • 1 c. sugar
    • 15 regular size tea bags
    • 1 can Frozen Cranberry Juice Concentrate (12 oz)

    Boil the water, then add the sugar and stir until it dissolves. Add the teabags and steep until it's as strong as you want it. Shut off the heat, Stir in the frozen cranberry juice. Cool Completely and serve over ice! You can use splenda instead of sugar, sometimes if I'm making it for myself I'll reduce the sugar by about half.

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    We have both "sweet tea" and "not-so-sweet tea" drinkers in our house. To cut down on the amount of sugar used by the sweet tea drinkers, I make a simple syrup and keep it in a syrup jug in the fridge. Each person can then use as much or as little as they like.

 

 

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