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Combine green tea, your favorite juice, and sparkling water for a refreshing take on iced tea. Nutrition Notes: Use an antioxidant-rich green tea and sweeten it with fruit juice rather than table sugar for a good source of vitamin C.
White tea is slightly sweeter than green or black tea, either of which can be substituted to make this drink.
Especially in early spring, frozen strawberries are a great alternative to fresh in this Strawberry Iced Tea. However, make sure you buy unsweetened berries.
Chai is a blend of tea, milk, and spices. Chai concentrate can be found in the tea section of the grocery store.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining — or just refresh your family’s thirst — with this simple fruit-infused tea. Orange and lemon accompany the mint that flavors this summer iced tea.
A beguiling blend of flavors sets this ruby-hued beauty apart from traditional iced tea. This eclectic mix of teas and juice creates a uniquely refreshing cooler on hot days.
A frosty glass of iced tea on a sultry day is one of summer’s coolest pleasures.
Fresh herbs boost the flavor of all sorts of dishes without contributing calories or fat. In this tropical drink, fresh mint teams with peach nectar and orange juice for a refresher that’s perfect for cooling off on a sweltering summer day.
Tea’s mellow tannins add a slightly dry taste to punch, a bit like wine but without the alcohol.
When you make this Iced Green Tea, you’ll poke plump strawberries, quartered limes, and orange peel curls onto a long bamboo skewer to create a fruit-laced swizzle stick sure to cause a stir inside your iced tea pitcher.
For a cool summer sipper, brew up a batch of this refreshingly fruity tea. To release the fresh mint flavor, crush leaves slightly with the back of a spoon.
Looking for a festive nonalcoholic concoction? This party-pleasing drink can easily be doubled or tripled and served in a punch bowl.
Freeze this slushy tea drink overnight before serving.
Add a new flavor twist to your tea by steeping it with mint and combining it with pureed mango.
Iceberg-like pieces of ice cream melt quickly to mellow steaming hot coffee. For kids, use hot chocolate instead of coffee.
Serve this refreshing, low-fat Iced Espresso after brunch, lunch, or dinner in place of dessert.
Spiked with orange liqueur, this nicely spiced brew can be served hot or cold.
Coffee has never been so rich and refreshing! Whirled in a blender, this ice cream drink gets its fruity taste from raspberry-flavor syrup.
In a blender combine low-fat milk, a banana, sugar, unsweetened cocoa powder, coffee crystals, and vanilla, then add ice cubes and process until smooth.
Chocolate-flavored drink mix replaces high-carb sugar syrup in this homestyle version of a coffee shop treat, Iced Mocha.