Thursday, August 13, 2015

Foodie Post: Red Berries Tea Lemonade

Hey lovelies!

How are you today? ♥

The week has gone by so fast, and I feel I haven't got much done. Except at work, there I have actually accomplished something. So last night (when I was also typing this post ready for today), I sat down and went through all the photos in the archives I have taken with my hubby for the blog (but not yet published) and actually edited them ready to go. And I also added most of them into the post drafts, so basically I have nearly 30 posts only waiting for texts, and that doesn't even include everything I want to post in the coming couple of months. I can tell you, there are some new and some returning series coming up, and I think you may like it.

Also, I possibly figured out how to solve my problem with videos, which has been my overheating camera. But I googled things yesterday and may have found the fix for it. I'll let you know how that goes later on. And if we get the video thing working, I have some pretty fun things planneed for you.

But today, I really just wanted to share this Starbucks inspired recipe I found online a couple of days back. It's a perfect little summer drink and probably quite easy to make into healty one by reducing the amount of sugar/replacing with something else. The original recipe I used for this can be found here (click!). I didn't make mine out of passion tea because my local grocery store didn't happen to have that, but this is just as good.

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Red Berries Tea Lemonade
2 servings

2 tea bags
16 oz (4,7 dl) water
4 oz (1,2dl) lemonade
2 tsp sugar
1/8 tsp vanilla

Boil water. Remove heat, add tea bags, sugar and vanilla. Allow sit for 15 minutes. Remove tea bags and put it in the fridge for at least one hour. Add ice to a tall closeable container. Add 8 oz tea and 2 oz lemonade per serving. Shake well to mix.

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And it's ready to drink! I really wanted to make this for my man as he loves ice teas quite a bit. I'm sure different variations of this will belong to our kitchen from now on, as my husband liked this one so much.

Have you tried this recipe at home? Or have you tried making other Starbucks style drinks yourself? Let me know in the comments!

That's all I have for you today, later this week I'll bring an old series back from the dead, we'll check out my latest nail haul and I will also post a new outfit. So stay tuned for that and other fun stuff. Remember to follow me on social media to see more frequent updates!

Have a lovely day ♥


4 comments:

  1. I will give this a try! Thanks for sharing dear!

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    1. I warmly recommend it, it's s good! ♥

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  2. They look so good! x
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    1. Thank you, they tasted pretty amazing as well! ♥

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