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Thread: Tea drinkers

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    Tea drinkers

    THIS IS MY FAVORITE TEA RECIPE:

    ORANGE SPICE TANG TEA>>
    Things You'll Need:>>

    • 1 1/3 cup of TANG instant breakfast drink >>
    • 1/2 cup of sugar (or Splenda)>>
    • 1/2 cup of instant tea, such as Nestle (unsweetened, and without lemon) >>
    • 1 teaspoon of ground cinnamon >>
    • 1/2 teaspoon of ground cloves >>
    Mix the TANG instant breakfast drink (dry), the sugar, the instanttea, the ground cinnamon and the ground cloves in a large bowl.>>
    Stir to blend the ingredients well. A large whisk works well forthis.>>
    Pour the well-blended spiced tea mix in an airtight container,such as a large jar with a tight-fitting lid. If you do not store this in anairtight container, the mix will absorb moisture from the air and change theconsistency and freshness of the product.>>
    Make one serving of orange spice tea by placing one well-roundedteaspoon of spiced tea mix in a teacup. Fill the cup with boiling water andstir the hot tea until the mix is dissolved. For a mug, use one heapingtablespoon of spiced tea mix.>>
    OR - Serve your orangespice tea in a teapot by putting 1/2 cup of spiced tea mix in a teapot andadding one quart of boiling water. Stir until all of the mix is dissolved
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    Great recipe! I usually make this every winter. We love it.

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    this is a great recipe. When my son got married for the shower I made coffee, tea, and cocoa mixes in a jar as a gift for each of our guests. This was one the the recipes I used. Everyone loved it.
    Sharon

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    I add a cup of powered lemonade to mine. Yummy!

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    Wow, that sounds yummy. I love tea and Tang but I haven't seen Tang around here for a long time. Maybe I need to look around a little harder.
    Yum

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    This is so delicious. Grammie, what recipes did you enclose in a jar. Sounds good. NDQuilts, I never tried lemonade, I will next time
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    I use Nestle's instant tea with lemon and sugar.

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    That is good annette, some of the nestle's do have lemon in it
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    I make this but I add a package of lemonade kool-aid to it, the package that you add your own sugar to.

    Thanks for reminding me about this.

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    I will make some of this-it sounds so delicious!! Thanks for sharing!!
    jillnjo

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