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Sunday, June 6, 2021

Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea / #From Our Dinner Table

 If you find refreshment in a glass of iced tea, then you are going to love this Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea! It's simple to create and it's bursting with great flavor! 

This tea would be perfect for backyard get togethers, sitting on the porch watching the world go around, or picnics by the lake! No matter what you are doing, Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea is refreshing, full of fun flavors and you will love it!

This tea is actually a sun tea. It sat for 3 1/2 hours in the sun brewing. I used a family size Luzianne iced tea bag and the sun did all the work! 


Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea 

(printed recipe at end of page)

(makes 7 glasses of 16 oz. tea) 

5-16.9 ounce Purified Drinking Water Bottles

1 Luzianne Family Size Tea Bags

5-6 tbl. Turbinado Sugar

1-20 ounce can Pineapple Chunks

16 ounce package of Strawberries

1-Lime cut into 8 pieces

Ice

Skewer


Fill the jug with water from bottles.

 

Wash the berries and lime. Cut the lime in eight pieces and cut the tops off the strawberries.

Put the sugar, pineapple chunks, strawberries, and lime pieces into the water jug. The pineapple chunks will fall to the bottom of your jug. But no worries. They are fine there. Add the tea bag, put the lid on and tighten it. Take it outside to a sunny area and let it sit there. If you are not sure about the sugar amount, experiment with it. I used turbinado sugar because it has a bit of a unique taste, but white sugar or artificial sugar would work also. When I made this recipe, I started with 2 tbls. of sugar, and I felt that more was needed. If you think you want less sugar, start with less. You can always add more. 

 Doesn't this look refreshing and so full of flavor?!!



This jug of tea was done 3 hours after I set it in the sun. I tasted it to make sure it was done brewing. I looked for a taste that was mild, not bitter, and I made sure I could taste the berries and pineapple. Pour the tea into a pitcher, add 1 cup of ice or more if you wish, and garnish the pitcher by placing pineapple pieces and a strawberry on a skewer.

Enjoy your Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea!


                 

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Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea
water, berries, limes, strawberries, tea bag, turbinado sugar
drinks, refreshment, tea, summer refreshment
beverages
Yield: 10- 8ounce glasses
Author: The Freshman Cook

Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea

Prep time: 1 HourCook time: 3 HourTotal time: 4 Hour
Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea is a recipe made for making sun tea. It is full of flavor from fresh fruit, and takes approx. 3 hours to cook itself.

Ingredients

Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea
  • 16.9 ounce Purified Drinking Water Bottles
  • 1 Luzianne Family Size Tea Bags
  • 6 tbl. Turbinado Sugar
  • 20 ounce can Pineapple Chunks
  • 16 ounce package of Strawberries
  • Lime cut into 8 pieces
  • Ice
  • Skewer

Instructions

  1. Fill the jug with water from bottles.
  2. Wash the berries and lime. Cut the lime in eight pieces and cut the tops off the strawberries.
  3. Put the sugar, pineapple chunks, strawberries, and lime pieces into the water jug. The pineapple chunks will fall to the bottom of your jug. But no worries. They are fine there. Add the tea bag, put the lid on and tighten it. Take it outside to a sunny area and let it sit there. If you are not sure about the sugar amount, experiment with it. White sugar or artificial sugar would work also. . You can always add more. 
  4. This jug of tea was done 3 hours after it was set in the sun. Look for a taste that is mild, not bitter, and made sure you can taste the berries and pineapple. Pour the tea into a pitcher, add 1 cup of ice or more if you wish, and garnish the pitcher by placing pineapple pieces and a strawberry on a skewer.
  5. Enjoy your Strawberry Pineapple Iced Tea!
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Saturday, December 16, 2017

Chocolate Strawberry Brie Bites / #SundaySupper

Chocolate Strawberry Brie Bites are definitely an appetizer you will want on your next party menu! Super simple to put together, and you can do it ahead of time, then add the drizzle right before serving. These little appetizers are bursting with flavor, from the chocolate cracker to the fresh strawberry to the balsamic drizzle. You are going to love these, and so will your guests! 
 Chocolate Strawberry Brie Bites
(printable recipe at end of page) 

Chocolate Crackers
Brie Wedge
Fresh Strawberries
8 ounces Balsamic Vinegar

Slice off pieces of brie and melt in microwave or oven. Spread the brie over each cracker. I used a chocolate cracker from a company called 34 Degrees.
 Clean and trim strawberries.
Slice each strawberry in half. Then cut the strawberries lengthwise, leaving a small area uncut at the very top. Three lengthwise cuts per half. Fan strawberry halves and place on top of brie. Place on a tray, and refrigerate until right before serving.
Place balsamic vinegar in frying pan. Bring vinegar to a boil. Turn heat to simmer for 15-20 minutes.
You are looking for the balsamic vinegar to turn thick. Once it has thickened, remove from the heat and let cool. Once it is cooled, pour into a squeeze bottle. It drizzles best at room temperature.
Take Brie Bites out of refrigerator approx. 20 minutes before serving. Drizzle with balsamic reduction, and serve!


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Chocolate Strawberry Brie Bites

ingredients:

Chocolate Crackers
Brie Wedge
Fresh Strawberries
8 ounces Balsamic Vinegar

instructions:


  1. Slice off pieces of brie and melt in microwave or oven. Spread the brie over each cracker. I used a chocolate cracker from a company called 34 Degrees.
  2.  Clean and trim strawberries.
  3. Slice each strawberry in half. Then cut the strawberries lengthwise, leaving a small area uncut at the very top. Three lengthwise cuts per half. Fan strawberry halves and place on top of brie. Place on a tray, and refrigerate until right before serving.
  4. Place balsamic vinegar in frying pan. Bring vinegar to a boil. Turn heat to simmer for 15-20 minutes.
  5. You are looking for the balsamic vinegar to turn thick. Once it has thickened, remove from the heat and let cool. Once it is cooled, pour into a squeeze bottle. It drizzles best at room temperature.
  6. Take Brie Bites out of refrigerator approx. 20 minutes before serving. Drizzle with balsamic reduction, and serve!
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