Strawberry Ice Tea

Joanne Hendriksen


For a refreshing cold drink with a delicious hint of strawberry try this.


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10 Min
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How to Make Strawberry Ice Tea


  1. What to do with leftover strawberries?
    Place 1/2 pkg. sliced strawberries in sm. stainless steel pot w/ 2-3 tbsp. Sugar bring to a boil. Then refrigerate in pretty jar of your choice. Add a few strawberries to ice trays filled w/ water to add to iced teas. Also use as syrup over fruit desserts, waffles or pancakes.
  2. Fill 1-1/2 qt. stainless steel pot w/ 3/4 water then bring to a boil. Add 6 bags of black tea. Let steep at least 10 minutes or longer.
  3. pour over ice filled glasses or lg. pitcher. Drink slowly allowing strawberry flavor to permeate for a delicious extra special iced tea.

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About Strawberry Ice Tea

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Main Ingredient: Coffee/Tea/Beverage
Regional Style: American
Dietary Needs: Low Fat Dairy Free Low Sodium

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