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Are you guys ready for a delicious and sugar free raspberry sweet tea recipe? You are going to love it!
I have recently been trying to watch my sugar intake and have been doing pretty well, but this southern gal sure has been missing her sweet tea. No summer is complete without a little sweet tea, don’t you agree?
Last week I shared a yummy raspberry mojito, but this raspberry sweet tea is a drink that the entire family can enjoy! You won’t believe how easy this is to make either.
This recipe can be made with Torani Raspberry Syrup for a non sugar-free alternative, but I chose to use the Sugar-Free Raspberry Syrup by Torani.
Torani comes in a wide variety of flavors and a splash is all you need to bring out the best in your drinks. The raspberry syrup allowed me to really make this recipe my own and in such a delicious way.
The majority of Torani flavorings are made with real, simple ingredients like pure cane sugar and natural flavors. Just one flavor can create endless recipes… I can’t wait to try out more flavors!
Right now there are some really special savings available at your local Kroger:
- Save $1.00 on any (1) Torani® Syrups and Sauces
- Search for the offer on Kroger’s coupon gallery.
- Once you find the offer, just clip it to your card so you can redeem the next time you shop. So simple!
- Use this store locator to find a Kroger near you!
Ready for this no-fail recipe? It is a keeper!
Sugar Free Raspberry Sweet Tea
1 cup brewed unsweetened ice tea
2 tablespoons Torani Raspberry Sugar-Free Syrup
Raspberries and Lemons for garnish (optional)
Brew tea and let cool. Add ice to a glass (or a pitcher). Using a measuring cup, add 2 tablespoons of Torani Raspberry Sugar-Free Syrup for every cup of brewed tea. Garnish and serve!
I am so glad to have one of my greatest loves, sweet tea back in my life. Now the summer is complete! What is your favorite way to make sweet tea?
Now I am ready for my next flavor… a little vanilla iced coffee anyone?
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