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Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade

Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade

This Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade is summer in a glass anytime of year. Refreshing and really delicious. An all year round favorite ice tea beverage. 

I’m back with my newest Starbucks copycat recipe: Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade. Now, that screams summer!

I can’t think of anything more refreshing than a glass of iced tea or lemonade. Being Starbucks, they just came out with a cold beverage that combines the two. Genius.

This is not your average iced tea, this is a special blend tea mixed with lemonade and a couple more surprises.

The only problem is, the cost. It’s crazy to spend so much money on thirst-quenching beverages when you can easily make one of these cold drinks right at home. I’m hoping you agree with me.

There’s a really great shortcut method included in this recipe, you will see in the photo with the ingredients. 

Both ways to make this refreshingly delightful ice tea are simple and both are beyond delicious.

One more thing to mention: Starbucks uses a concentrated tea that only Starbucks carries.

Their tea has added apple and mango flavors, but because the tea I’m using is just about identical to their tea without the apple and mango, I added my version in fruit form. It gives this beverage a great freshness and really makes it taste just like the original.

Once you make this the first time and taste the freshness and bright flavors, you will want to make this regularly just like I do and it’s a two step process and no appliance needed, just your few ingredients and a large glass or cup. That’s it. So simple and easy!

Be sure to check back often, you know I’ll be sharing more copycat recipes. I love recreating recipes that we love from favorite places at a fraction of the cost and all made simply at home. 

Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade

Yields: 2 Large/Grande 

Nutritional’s for both ways of preparing this beverage

Using prepared tea from the bottle: calories 57.7, fat 0.1 g, sat fat 0 g, fiber 0.8 g, sugars 12.3 g, carbs 13.9 g, protein 0.3 g

WW Smart Points: 3 – WW Points Plus: 1

Using two Tazo tea bags: calories 27.7, fat 0.1 g, sat fat 0 g, fiber 0.8 g, sugars 4.8 g, carbs 5.9 g, protein 0.3 g

WW Smart Points: 1 – WW Points Plus: 1 – WW Personal Points: 1

 

 

 

Here’s What’s Needed To Make Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade

 

 

Ingredients:

  • Tazo Passion Tea, pre-made from a 42-oz bottle; I got mine at Walmart and Target along with some grocery stores should carry it. OR use two Tazo Passion Tea bags, also found online or in grocery stores. (I make this with the tea bags and the prepared tea. Tea bags have no calories, prepared tea have calories and sugar, nutritional content for both above with serving size)
  •  bottled or prepared powdered lemonade; I used a sugar free version like Crystal light this time around.
  • 1/4 to 1/2 Granny Smith apple, cut into diced pieces. I left the peel on.
  • 1/4 cup fresh or frozen mango(I used frozen mango, see below in photo) or, you can use pineapple in place of mango, cut into small chunks or diced.
  • iced cold water, Starbucks uses filtered water I’m told. Bottled water will work fine for this recipe or even tap water should do.
  • Ice to fill each glass. Make sure your ice is fresh. This makes a big difference with the taste of the beverage.
  • Full recipe with amounts below in recipe box

 

 

 

Here’s How To Make A Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade With Just Two Simple Steps

 

Directions:

  1. Stir together tea, lemonade, and water until well combined, if using tea bags, steep for about 10 to 15 minutes for full flavor. Take out tea bags and place in the freezer for about 20 minutes or until cooled down. You can also place in the fridge for an hour until cooled.
  2. When ready, fill tall glasses about half way up or to 3/4 to the top with ice cubes along with the apples and mangos. Pour in tea mixture. Stir gently and sip away!

 

Enjoy the cool and refreshing deliciousness

 

 

Print full recipe with amounts below in recipe box

Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Tea Lemonade

This delicious and refreshing beverage can be easily made at home with the simple recipe below.

Course Beverage, Breakfast, brunch, Snack
Cuisine American
Keyword Tazo, Tea, Iced Tea, Starbucks, Copycat Starbucks, Copycat Starbucks Iced Passion Lemonade, Lemonade, Passion Tea
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 2 Large/Grande
Author Pam

Ingredients

  • 16 ounce Tazo Passion Tea, premade from a 42 oz bottle, I got mine on Amazon but Walmart and Target along with some grocery stores should carry it. OR use two Tazo Passion Tea bags, also found online or in grocery stores.
  • 16 ounce bottled or prepared powdered lemonade, I used a sugar free version like Crystal light this time around.
  • 1/4-1/2 Granny Smith apple, cut into diced pieces. I left the peel on.  (keep fruit in fridge until ready to use)
  • 1/4 cup fresh or frozen mango cut into small chunks. (keep in fridge or freezer until ready to use)
  • 8 ounces  iced cold water, Starbucks uses filtered water I'm told. Bottled water will work fine for this recipe or even tap water should do. 
  • Ice to fill each glass. Make sure your ice is fresh. This makes a big difference with the taste of the beverage.

Instructions

  1. Stir together tea, lemonade, and water until well combined, if using tea bags, steep for about 10 to 15 minutes for full flavor. Take out tea bags and place in the freezer for about 20 minutes or until cooled down. You can also place in the fridge for an hour until cooled.

    When ready, fill tall glasses about half way up or to ¾ to the top with ice cubes along with the apples and mangos. Pour in tea mixture. Stir gently and sip away! 

 

 

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Recipe Note: Highlighted ingredients are the ones I used in this recipe, they are only a suggestion.

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