Shawn's Ice Tea

1
Shawn A

By
@Ellabean3

Yeah Yeah Everyone has a favorite Ice Tea they like but I use to have to put my very easy simple recipe on the frig door for my boy's so when we ran out of tea they could make it. They still call and ask how to make it, LOL

Rating:

★★★★★ 2 votes

Comments:
Serves:
Makes a Gallon

Ingredients

  • 8
    lipton tea bags
  • 3 c
    water, in micowave safe dish
  • ·
    3/4 gallon cold water in a gallon tea pitcher
  • 3/4 c
    sugar or splenda

How to Make Shawn's Ice Tea

Step-by-Step

  1. Place 3 cups water in microwave and cook for 10 minutes, add tea bags and let steep for 15 minutes, remove tea bag (squeeze the bags so not to drip all over), add sugar or splenda to hot mixture and stir until dissolved, add to gallon pitcher of cold water and stir. If you need to add more water to make a full gallon add it slowly so not to make the tea full of bubbles. LOL Place in frig.
  2. ENJOY!

    Serve over ice :)

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About Shawn's Ice Tea

Course/Dish: Other Drinks
Hashtags: #tea #Ice



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