Those days of sitting outside on a sunny day with a good friend watching the kids play are just around the corner. Schools out next month and I cannot wait for those lazy sunshine days of sharing new memories, and sharing this Pineapple Lemon Iced Tea Recipe with friends.
You never know when a friend may drop in, so I always have NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder on hand just in case. A cold refreshing glass of NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea is just what you need on a sizzling summer day. But what if you went the extra mile and Stir Things Up using NESTEA Lemon Iced tea as your base?
Sparkling Sparkling Pineapple Lemon Iced Tea
You’ll be surprised how rewarding thinking outside of the box is. My new Sparkling Pineapple Lemon Iced Tea recipe just may have your friends inviting themselves over all summer long.
What you need:
- 3/4 cup of NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder
- 4 cups of sparkling water
- 1 cup of pineapple puree (see notes)
Mix 3/4 cup of NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea powder with 4 cups of sparkling water until it’s completely mixed. Mix in 1 cup of pineapple puree and once it is blended add in ice. Share with a friend and enjoy!
Notes: Making pineapple puree – 3/4 of a cup of frozen pineapple + 1/4 cup of water to a blender. Alternatively, you could use frozen pineapple concentrate.
Sparkling Pineapple Lemon Iced Tea Recipe is:
- Thirst quenching
- Just enough sweetness
- Perfectly made to share
- Adults can pair with rum
This cold refreshing drink hits the spot and is a welcome alternative to pop. NESTEA has 25% less sugar than the leading soda brands. Plus, 29% fewer Calories than pop (i.e. Pepsi, Canada Dry). By using sparkling water you’re getting the fizz with less of the unnecessary add-ons.
Stir Things Up with this popular recipe: Cherry NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea Sorbet Recipe
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How would you Stir Things Up using NESTEA Lemon Iced Tea Powder?
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Disclosure: This post is sponsored. I was asked to create a recipe using Nestea Lemon Iced Tea powder and Stir Things Up! This recipe, all views and or experiences are always that of my own.