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    This is a delicious orangey tea that just smells wonderful! I portion out some of the mix in little holiday ziploc baggies to give as gifts at the holidays. I am always surprised how many people have never had this tea. I have used this recipe for 8 years and have had many positive comments. A nice way to present this tea is to fill a zip-plastic baggie with some of the tea mix and place in a gift mug. This is an instant version of the real Russian tea, which is more like a hot fruity tea punch. Imagine a warm, sweet spiced apple cider, only with a citrusy/orange taste instead. This will not taste like a brewed black tea. The lemonade mix called for is one tiny packet, enough to make a 2 quart size pitcher (although you only use the mix dry). If you are subbing in sugar-free versions of any ingredients (which do work just fine) be aware that they will weigh less than anything made with sugar, so measuring by volume (such as US type cups and spoons) is key here if you are converting the recipe.

    Recipe #16632

    These are so good! Try experimenting by using different flavors of kool-aid. I'm not sure of the exact serving size, but I think it made about 4 glasses.

    Recipe #97773

    You could use chocolate ice cream instead for extra chocolaty shake. Since someone gave me a low rating because this shake was not as thick as they wanted, I will specify that this recipe is not meant to make a super thick shake. If that's what you're after, combine the rest of the ingredients first and then slowly add the milk as you mix until you get to the consistency you want; probably it will end up somewhere between 1/4 and 1/2 cup milk for a fairly thick shake and may be as little as 1/8 of a cup or less if you want it so thick that you couldn't suck it up through a straw.

    Recipe #98252

    I clipped this recipe out of the paper recently. I have never tried it, but will kept it in case I have a guest with an allergy to eggs. It looks rich and creamy. (Serving size is an estimate)

    Recipe #98257

    2 Reviews |  By Dib's

    Thank Linda Roth for sharing this recipe. Really nice to serve at showers.

    Recipe #21659

    Actually an excellent drink to de-stress and feel pepped up--beating nausea was just another benefit ;-)

    Recipe #30473

    If you enjoy the flavor of coffee this punch is for you. This recipe came from Christmas from Southern Living 2001

    Recipe #81883

    4 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    This is so delious and .... well you'll just have to try it for yourself. There are no words to explain it.

    Recipe #93955

    2 Reviews |  By JustaQT

    Makes a great gift! Makes up to 3 different treats.

    Recipe #94680

    This is such a refreshing drink. It is loved by adults and children. Easy to prepare.

    Recipe #97262

    4 Reviews |  By chia

    better than ginger ale, this is wonderful for stomach cramps, indigestion, nausea and is also an energy stimulant. syrup keeps refrigerated for 6 months

    Recipe #54686

    Adapted from a Martha Stewart recipe. She suggests adding a tsp. of echinachea extract to the cup of tea...

    Recipe #67375

    9 Reviews |  By Geema

    This unique recipe came from Hannah Marie Country Inn, a bed and breakfast that is famous for this delicious drink. Serve it to your friends and you might become famous too.

    Recipe #81289

    This batch of hot cocoa should last you the whole winter season! It uses whole boxes of items! It makes a rich cup of hot cocoa.

    Recipe #100502

    Refreshing, easy, delicious and healthy.

    Recipe #102606

    Southern Living

    Recipe #25546

    Chai is basically black tea brewed with selected spices and milk. This is the most commonly used traditional recipe of the classic Indian spiced tea. Chai tastes are personal and the making of chai requires experimenting with different amounts of spices, milk and ingredients to discover the specific blend of spices to suit your tastes. Be sure to use black tea for this recipe, not green or some other specialized variety.

    Recipe #100165

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