Southern Sweet Tea
Sweet tea is synonymous with Southern culture. When we order tea at a restaurant, we assume that the waiter will bring an ice-cold glass of sweet tea (maybe with lemon) that perfectly complements our meal. We serve tea at every Southern gathering, from funerals to baby showers to church potlucks. A pitcher of Southern sweet tea doesn't last long in the fridge – but with this recipe, you'll be able to replenish the supply in no time. Just what we all can enjoy with Zero calories, Zero sugar , and Zero aftertaste.
- 5 regular tea bags
- 5 cups of water
- 1 cup of PureSweet
- Place 5 regular tea bags in a pot of water.
- Bring water with tea bags to boil.
- Cover and let stand for 10-15 minutes.
- Take out the tea bags.
- Pour PureSweet into a container.
- Pour the tea mixture into a 1-gallon container.
- Stir hot tea until PureSweet is dissolved.
- Add in the cold water to fill out the container.
- Let cool; chill in the refrigerator and serve over ice.
- Garnish with mint and a slice of lemon.