How to Make an Arnold Palmer

Disclosure: I received a variety of k-cups in exchange for a post. All opinions are mine.

how to make an arnold palmer

Want to learn how to make an Arnold Palmer? You’re in the right place!

I’m a huge fan of iced tea. I can drink iced tea almost any time of day, any time of year. I especially enjoy drinking iced tea on hot summer days on my front porch while watching my girls play outside. There’s just something to be said about sipping on a glass of cold iced tea while making memories in the hot summer sun.

This summer I’ll be out enjoying this great summertime classic — the Arnold Palmer.

According to Wikipedia, an Arnold Palmer is a beverage consisting of iced tea and lemonade, named after American golfer Arnold Palmer.

Arnold Palmer drinks are so easy to make and perfect for enjoying during the upcoming summer months. I like the Arnold Palmer because I love a bit of sweetness and lemon flavor in my tea! The Arnold Palmer has a touch of sweet flavor and lemon, so that’s why it’s quickly becoming a favorite of mine!

How to Make an Arnold Palmer 

Ingredients:

Directions: 

  1. Boil 4 cups of cold water in a medium saucepan. Turn off heat.
  2. Place two family size tea bags in the water and steep 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bags.
  3. Add 2 cups of cold water to a pitcher and pour the brewed tea into the pitcher. Set aside.
  4. Make two large glasses of Green Mountain Naturals Lemonade K-cups using your Keurig Brewer.
  5. Pour the lemonade into the pitcher and stir well.
  6. Serve in a large glass with ice and a slice of lemon on the side! Refrigerate the remaining tea.

how to make an arnold palmer

Get creative this summer! Try making your own ice cold tasty beverages or cocktails using K-cups! Here are a few great k-cup options below!

how to make an arnold palmer

What beverage or cocktail would you make using the K-cups above? 

 





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