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Jello-Tea


Recipe Description
Hot beverage​
Preparation Steps:
Purchase:
2-3oz Peach Jello
2-3oz Apricot Jello
Countrytime Lemonade
Tang
Raspberry Tea
Sugar/Splenda-OPTIONAL​
Level of Difficulty:
Easy​
Time Needed:
3 minutes--MAYBE​
Ingredients:
See prep steps​
Serves:
2-3 T=1 Cup serving​
Directions:
Mix the following together:

2-3oz Peach--Jello
2-3oz Apricot--Jello
1 C. Lemonade
1/2 C Tang
1/2 C Raspberry Tea
2/3 C sugar or Splenda ** optional

Mix 2-3 T. into one cup of hot water, stir.

ENJOY​
 

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Man, I wish I'd seen this before Christmas! It'll be a great GIAJ next year, though!:winter:
 

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I have some un-frugal friends (gasp), who pay me to make this for them! Um, I give them the recipe every single time! Their explanation? "Oh, Misti, you know I cant cook!" ummmmm no cooking just mixing. der der der.

It makes wonderful giaj! You can make it stronger or weaker according to your tastes and I listed Splenda/sugar on it. I never add it. It's plenty sweet for me.
 

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Okay, I'm confused. (Easy to do.) The raspberry tea - instant from a jar?
Yep, Lipton makes some, but I get the great value kind from WM.

Look by the instant tea.

it's easy. Really. I don't do hard stuff. LOL
 

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I am seriously tempted to get ingredients this week and make up a batch! Have you ever tried it with different flavors of Jello?
 

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Sounds alot like the russian tea recipe I alway's make.....only more fruity...lol

I love this stuff. I usually make a batch in late fall and we drink on it all winter.

Thanks for this recipe. I'll have to make this one sometime as well.
 

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Sounds alot like the russian tea recipe I alway's make.....only more fruity...lol

I love this stuff. I usually make a batch in late fall and we drink on it all winter.

Thanks for this recipe. I'll have to make this one sometime as well.
I like it because the recipe is versatile. I always make some for my mom that uses "sugar free" with the ingredients.
 

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Ooo that sounds so good!!!!
 
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