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Sweet Strawberry Lemon Green Sun Tea Recipe

This post is sponsored by Equal 0-Calorie Sweetener. All opinions are 100% my own.

The Houston area is a hot place to be during the summer months. It happens every year, and we still find some way to complain about just how hot it is outside. To keep cool in the summer, we usually head to the beaches of Galveston or Freeport to take a dip in the ocean, become the best fisherman we can be and make sun tea to stay cool.

Looking for the perfect summer drink for a hot day? Learn how to make sun tea with strawberries and lemon. It's tastes amazing and is so easy to make.

Making sun tea is probably one of the easiest and most fun kids activities that we do at the beach each year. It is refreshing and perfect for a hot summer day.

Freeport-Beach

While at Freeport soaking up the sun on Bryan Beach last weekend, the kids and I had fun putting a twist on the traditional sun tea we always make. Our traditional sun tea is sugar based and made with regular tea bags. We all decided it was time to change it up and since we love strawberries, lemon and also wanted to cut the sugar base out of our tea…we knew we had to try it!

kids-fishing

The kids soaked up the sun and became the best fisherman they could be while they waited for our sun tea to brew. We knew it would turn out amazing and the anticipation to try our new twist on sun tea with Equal 0-calorie sweetener was worth it! It was a SUCCESS!!

Ok enough already…here’s how we made our 0-calorie sun tea!

Looking for the perfect summer drink for a hot day? Learn how to make sun tea with strawberries and lemon. It's tastes amazing and is so easy to make.

Strawberry Lemon Green Sun Tea Ingredients

Looking for the perfect summer drink for a hot day? Learn how to make sun tea with strawberries and lemon. It's tastes amazing and is so easy to make.

How to Make Sun Tea with Strawberry & Lemon

  1. Wash and cut strawberries and lemons.
  2. Place them into the tea container with the green tea bags.
  3. Fill with water and place in the sun for approximately 2-4 hours.
  4. Use 2 packets of Equal 0-Calorie Sweetener per glass.
  5. Serve over ice and garnish with a strawberry and lemon.

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4 Comments

  1. April Ockerman says:

    I like making lemon and watermelon water. Infusing it with green or black tea would be yummy!!

  2. Kimberly @ The Daring Gourmet says:

    Nice and refreshing and a great flavor combo!

  3. Julie @ Willow Bird Baking says:

    This takes me back to my childhood! I remember making sun tea!

  4. Emily Smith says:

    My favorite summer iced beverages are sun tea or strawberry lemonades with fresh strawberries! Yum!

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