As we get closer to the holidays finding the perfect drink recipe is all the rage! My family uses punch recipes frequently; however, we also love doing mocktails! I love doing mocktails because they are perfect for every age in the family.
Not to mention this year, I’m pregnant so mocktails are the way to go! I wanted a mocktail that was fruity and tasty plus I actually liked that this was red and easy to make festive for the holidays.
This week I was able to try out the latest product from Lipton, Lipton Tea & Honey Pitcher Packets, to use in my Wild Fruity Mocktail! I was able to find these packets at my local Walmart near the cold brew Lipton tea, plus I found a variety of flavors to use!
The Lipton Tea & Honey is fabulous in the sense that all you do is mix a packet of the tea with a quart of water and then you are all set! There is no brewing involved making for a quick mocktail! I used Sierra Mist Cranberry to accompany my mocktail as it is my husband’s favorite drink during the holidays. The calories can also be cut even lower by using the diet version of the Sierra Mist Cranberry.
I chose to use the Blackberry Pomegranate in this mocktail as it gave the nice fruity flavor that I was looking for. I also used lemons of course and the Sierra Mist Cranberry! It simply took a minute or two to put together and we had a fun fruity drink for our guest.
Enjoy this Wild Fruity Mocktail with the whole family! To find even more great recipes follow along on Twitter at #FamilyTeaTime and on Facebook!
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Wild Fruity Mocktail
- 1 Prepared Package of Lipton Tea & Honey Blackberry Pomegranate Pitcher Packet
- Sierra Mist Cranberry
- In the cup that you are using, fill with ice. Then, add 1/2 Blackberry Pomegranate tea and 1/2 Sierra Mist Cranberry.
- Squeeze 1/2 a lemon into the drink and mix.
- Garnish with a lemon on the glass and serve.
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Comments & Reviews
Mallery Schuplin says
This looks amazing! I am pinning this so I can give it a try for Thanksgiving!