Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

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This recipe for Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea just screams summer to me. Is there anything better to do on a warm summer day than to grill out with friends or family and enjoy an ice cold glass of Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea? The only way to make it any better is to create this delicious recipe of Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea!

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

I’m talking about pureed strawberries, fresh mint, a hint of lemon combined with the delicious taste of Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea. YUMMMM!

Now that the days are warmers and longer (the sun is setting at almost 11PM here!) we have plenty of time to grill out and enjoy the warmer nights with friends. We live in a small military community, so we have a close knit group of friends that love getting together for cookouts. Where we live in Kodiak, Alaska receives a LOT of rain. So when the sun comes out to play, so do we. We love finding recipes that everyone can enjoy, unlike my Beergarita recipe, this recipe is great for all ages. You can pair this Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea recipe with my favorite Cheesy Jalapeno Bacon Pinwheels or Gluten-Free Chocolate Chip Cookies for the perfect treat!

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

The trick to this recipe for Southern Style Strawberry Tea is to pair it with the tasty Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea. Milo’s Tea is a third generation family owned business that has a simple philosophy – use high quality, fresh, natural ingredients, listen to your customers and never sacrifice taste. Milo’s Tea contains no preservatives, colors or added acids. Milo’s tea is always Fresh Brewed, which gives it a fresh, crisp taste that everyone will enjoy.

Milo’s delicious taste combined with it’s freshness is what makes Milo’s Tea THE beverage for summer cookouts and get together’s. The taste buds of your guests will thank you! Milo’s Tea is available in pure cane sugar, unsweet and no calorie options – meaning there is Milo’s Tea for everyone! I was able to find Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea in the refrigerated juice section of my local Walmart but they are offered in lots of stores! You can find what stores close to you offer Milo’s by using their Store Locator.

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

The Southern Style Sweet Tea recipe calls for Milo’s Sweet Tea, strawberries, lemon, mint and ice. This is a super simple recipe that will blow your guests minds and taste buds!

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

First cut stems off of 3 cups of strawberries. Once you have washed and prepared your strawberries add them to your food processor. Blend until well pureed. Put your strawberries to the side.

Slice lemon and put to the side.

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

Then fill up your tea pitcher with the desired amount of ice before filling it 3/4 to the top with Milo’s Tea. Then you can stir in the pureed strawberries, lemon and mint and stir well.

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The taste of Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea combined with the sweetness of strawberry, the tangy lemon and hint of mint will set your taste buds on fire! Your guests will be begging you for the secret to this delicious recipe and you’ll just have to point them in the direction of Milo’s!

Southern Style Strawberry Sweet Tea Recipe

Ingredients:

  • Gallon of Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea

  • 3 Cups of Strawberries

  • 1 Lemon

  • 1 cup of Mint

Recipe:

  • Slice Stems off of Strawberries

  • Rinse strawberries before placing them into a food processor. Blend well until strawberries are pureed.

  • Cut Lemon slice.

  • Fill tea pitcher with desired amount of ice.

  • Fill tea pitcher 3/4 to the top with Milo’s Famous Sweet Tea

  • Stir in Pureed Strawberries, Lemon and Mint.

  • Drink up!

 

 

 

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  1. Lisa @happylifeblogspot | 16th May 18

    I’ve always wanted to try authentic sweet tea and this one looks perfect!

    • Brittany | 17th May 18

      It’s soooo good!

  2. Candy | 16th May 18

    I have heard how good sweet tea is to drink. Never tried it. This looks awesome

    • Brittany | 17th May 18

      It’s so yummy! You def need to try this!

  3. Megan Rowsey | 16th May 18

    That looks so fancy yet so easy! I can’t wait to try this! Thanks for sharing!

    • Brittany | 17th May 18

      Right? I love easy and good recipes!

  4. Erin | 17th May 18

    Milo’s sweet tea is addicting!! Seriously, once I start on it I can’t stop. I love the idea of adding strawberries (plus the mint and lime, etc.) to change it up every now and then.

  5. Harriet | 19th May 18

    This looks so nice, and a good way to get extra vitamin C into your diet.

  6. Amanda Martin | 20th May 18

    Why have I never thought of adding strawberries to sweet tea? YUM!

  7. Helen Little | 20th May 18

    This sounds so good! I love tea in all forms, will definitely try this, thanks!

  8. Veronika | 21st May 18

    Oh I love strawberries. Thanks for this.
    Veronika
    https://brunettefromwallstreet.com

  9. Kelsey | 21st May 18

    That sounds so delicious!

  10. catherinelorene | 21st May 18

    Mmm this sounds perfect for summer! I’ll have to try it!

  11. jenna @ the urben life | 21st May 18

    I love sweet tea, this sounds amazing!! Love the addition of mint 🙂

  12. Marina | 21st May 18

    I love strawberries so I have to try this tea. Will save your recipe x

    • Brittany | 24th May 18

      Let me know how you like it 🙂

  13. Jalisa | 22nd May 18

    I love anything strawberry and tea. My two fave combos.

    • Brittany | 24th May 18

      Mine too! It makes me feel like I’m back in the south again, haha!

  14. adriana | 22nd May 18

    This sounds so good! So perfect for a hot day this summer. Love it!

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