Raspberry iced tea. I have also made it sugar free using splenda, and with blueberries instead of raspberries. If you use blueberries you have to boil them with the water so they will pop open and release their juices.
This is a recipe I found in my cookbook called Favorite Brand Name Classic Recipe Collection. It's really easy to make and the oranges offer a really refreshing citrus boost to the iced tea. I didn't include chilling time in the preparation time.
Although this doesn't have tea in it, it is a very fragrant holiday drink which my whole family loves. I got this from Allrecipes.com posted by Cynthia. I would suggest using a small stockpot to cook it in.
Made this up on a hot summers day. Originally I wanted to use frozen dark sweet cherries but didn't have enough so used frozen mixed berries. I'm sure almost any frozen fruit would be good: strawberries, mangoes, peaches, etc. You can also use your preferred type of lemonade but I like ones that use fresh lemon juice.
REFRESHING! A pretty beverage full of flavor! A good blend of flavors and easy to make a pitcher full by doubling recipe. Great for serving guests. I usually buy the small individual 6 ounce cans of pineapple.
Looking for a colorful, light, fruity punch for that afternoon pool party or neighborhood get-together? Try this punch. I would imagine you couldn't go wrong. Saw this recipe in the July 7, 2009 Woman's Day Magazine and wanted to share it with you.
I would have never have thought to put these to fruit together for a milkshake, but the flavor is outstanding. I'm so glad that mom suggested this. She got the recipe from a Goldenbrook Farms newsletter. ***I do make ours with Splenda instead of sugar and she said that she can't tell the difference between the one made with Splenda or the one with sugar***Also, if you can't find cantaloupe sherbet, you can substitute orange sherbert***