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Apple Cider Sweet Tea ~ #OrganicStevia #InTheRaw


It's fall here in Colorado and the surrounding states.The leaves have changed colors and the air is crisp and clean. Fall has always been one of my favorite season. When I think fall, I think apple cider, but I love to bring a little bit of summer with me into the fall. See, I just love sweet tea and can never have enough of it. Today I want to share with you a way to combine the two compliments of Organic Stevia In The Raw®.


There's nothing quite like fall here in Colorado. A few weekends ago, Madison and I took a trip to the North Pole to visit Santa. Yes there is a North Pole where Santa resides, here in Colorado and you can meet with him all year long. It's a tradition that we've done yearly and one that she looks forward to. Once our visit was over, we then journeyed up to the mountains to watch the fall colors, which is called the changing of the leaves. It's quite a spectacle and one that's not to be missed when you live here in Colorado, or even when visiting. Fall is much more than pumpkin pie, apple cider and pumpkin spice latte's. So much more!


It's about spending quality time with your loves ones, and enjoying the things you love. Speaking about love, I love sugar and I use it in almost everything I make. I got my love of sugar from my dad, he made everything extra sweet and since then, that's just the way I like it. However, two teaspoons of sugar contains 32 calories, and I usually use more than that, so that's a lot for me. That's why I was happy to see that In The Raw introduced their Organic Stevia In The Raw to their family line up. What amazed me was that each packet is also the equivalent of 2 teaspoons of sugar and is only 3 calories. They're available in a 40 packet convenient box and is only $3.19/box. You can purchase it online or at a local retailer.

They are also:

  • USDA Organic Certified
  • Non-GMO Project Verified
  • Vegan Certified
  • Naturally Gluten-Free
  • Has a clean ingredient list


Since then, I've been using my Organic Stevia In The Raw in everything I've made. From my cupcakes, my coffee and every drink I have made. The kids and my husband can't even tell the difference. You can even use it to sprinkle on cereal and fruit. I recently made my famous Apple Cider Sweet Tea and everyone loved it, and I used my Organic Stevia In The Raw to sweeten it. So without further ado, let me share my recipe with you.

Apple Cider Sweet Tea

Ingredients
4 regular black tea bags
24pkts Organic Stevia In The Raw
4 cups of apple cider
6 cups of water
ice

Instructions

Tie the strings of 4 tea bags together in a knot.

Fill a large pitcher with the water, tea bags and Organic Stevia In The Raw

Place in the refrigerator for 4 hours

Wring out the tea bags and remove

Add your apple cider and stir to combine


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Annmarie John
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  1. My husband loves sweet tea and totally going to try this recipe for him now. Thanks for sharing, my friend!! :)

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  2. This sounds so, so good! I live in the south, sweet tea capitol of the universe, so I am always eager to try a new variation on my favorite classic.

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  3. Recipes like this are why I love fall and winter. I start seeing all these great cozy fall variations on classic beverages and dishes. I can't wait to make this.

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  4. That sounds SO good. I am definitely going to relax with a cup of this over the weekend.

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  5. I could definitely use a cold glass of this sweet tea! Awesome idea for Fall! We always have to have a pitcher of some sort of sweet tea in our fridge.

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  6. Ever since I started with my diet, I'm more conscious about my sugar intake. It's really important that we limit it or not eat anything with processed/refined sugar at all. I think stevia is a very good alternative! I love that it's affordable too. This sweet tea recipe is perfect for the season.

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  7. That apple cider sweet tea sounds delicious! I actually haven't tried stevia at all before. I will definitely have to pick some up, and give it a try.

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  8. I am a fan of both apple cider and sweet tea. I bet this would be a drink that I would really love.

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  9. I had wondered about Stevia, I am trying to cut out the sugar I have in my coffee but need something to exchange it with. Perhaps Stevia Sugar in the Raw will work for me?!

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  10. I am more of a southern sweet tea drinker, never thought about adding apple cider to it. This sure does look delicious and refreshing.

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  11. Who wouldn't want to use a healthier alternative for sugar. I think this is perfect and I've heard so many good things about it as well. Fall is one of my favorite seasons and I just love enjoying the flavors that we have for this season, this tea is a must try!

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  12. Sweet Tea is my favorite drink. I am going to pin this and make it, sounds delicious.

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  13. I love apple cider and I never thought to have it with tea! Thanks for the recipe! :)

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  14. Stevia In The Raw is such a handy thing to have. I keep a few packets in my purse for when I'm out and about. Your cider tea sounds like a comforting drink. I'd love to try it on a chilly fall evening!

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  15. I love tea and apple cider in the fall and winter. Combining the two sounds like a really delicious idea.

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  16. I love sweet tea especially during fall! I will definitely try this one.

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  17. That looks so warm and cozy and delicious! I love the fall and all its fun flavors.

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  18. I have had packets of Stevia in the Raw handy in the house. I have gotten away from sweetening my drinks but it is great for guests.

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  19. This sounds like the perfect Fall drink. I've never had apple cider and tea combined, but it sounds super yummy!

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  20. Oh my gosh. This sounds just amazing. I love sweet tea, and with apple cider i think would be just incredible! I am for sure going to be trying this! - Jeanine

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  21. I love sweet tea, but I have never tried this version of it before. Thank you for sharing the recipe! This is absolutely perfect for the autumnal season.

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  22. what an interesting combination. I never thought of using Apple Cider and tea in this type of combination, but it sounds yum. Blessings!

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  23. I really love tea and apple cider so this looks like it would be so good. Need to make it soon!

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  24. We live in the south, so we drink a lot of sweet tea! I have never had it with apple cider. Sounds delicious!

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  25. My kids would be so jealous to hear that someone visited Santa before Xmas. I was not aware of the North Pole in Colorado, but glad to see that your little one continues to enjoy the yearly outing.

    Thrifting Diva
    www.thriftingdiva.com

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  26. What a completely awesome and cozy drink idea. I can't believe I've never heard of this. You're a pioneer with it. I also love the idea of using Stevia in the Raw to sweeten it.

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