Although some may argue there is only one way to drink tea—sweet and iced—here are some must-try iced tea recipes.
Our classic recipe for sweet iced tea, Southern Sweet Tea, is a Southerner's favorite. If you like your iced tea extra sweet,
add the full cup of sugar.
Blueberries and lemon add a refreshing flair to iced tea for your next summer get-together.
Tiramisù is delicious no matter what. Throw sweet tea into the mix and you'll have a to-die-for dessert.
Shake your thirst with an inviting glass of Blackberry Sweet Tea. For the garnish, cut desired amount of wooden skewers into
5-inch lengths; then place fresh blackberries on skewers.
Combine two Southern favorites—lemonade and iced tea—for a deliciously refreshing drink.
This salad is packed with delicious ingredients—pecans, shrimp, peaches, and blue cheese. Whip up an easy Sweet Tea Vinaigrette
to top it off.
Pineapple, orange, lemon juice, and cloves help upgrade this Southern classic. Garnish with lemon slices for a memorable drink.
Mint and bourbon add a fun twist to the classic sweet tea.
A cool citrus-flavored tart with a hint of sweet tea is the perfect summertime dessert. Serve in a Gingersnap Crust, or use
your favorite prepared crust for an easy shortcut.
Instead of sweetening your iced tea with sugar, use honey instead. Add some grated fresh ginger for a delightful twist.
Serve this sweet concoction over ice cream with salted nuts. Yum!
Great for a summer party, this peach sweet tea punch is a refreshing crowd pleaser.
A hint of tea, brown sugar, and rosemary makes up the marinade for this grilled chicken. The combination is irresistible!
Spiked with bourbon or rum, this sweet tea is just for the adults. Garnish with fresh sugarcane and pineapple slices for a
No need to make plain rice ever again! Use tea instead of water while cooking for added flavor.
Kick up your rice a notch with jalapeños. Paired with sweet peaches, this recipe will be your favorite sweet-and-spicy side
Try a fresh tabbouleh recipe for another twist on plain rice—seasoned with mint, lemon juice, parsley, and green onions.
Serve refreshing sweet tea to guests without a tinge of guilt. This green tea version is sweetened with honey and flavored
with orange and lime. At 68 calories per cup, you may find a new summer favorite.