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Iced White Tea With Pear Recipe

Iced White Tea With Pear Recipe


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May 13, 2014

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Emily Alford

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Naturally sweetened with fructose, white tea and pear are delicate flavors that balance each other beautifully.

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3

Servings

71

Calories Per Serving

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Ingredients

  • 12 bags white tea
  • 2 chopped pears
  • 3 Cups water

Directions

Bring water to a boil. Turn off heat. Let tea bags and pears steep for 5-10 minutes. Remove tea bags and pour tea into gallon pitcher. Fill pitcher the rest of the way with cool water and allow to chill for 2-3 hours. Serve over ice.

Nutritional Facts

Servings3

Calories Per Serving71

Total Fat0.2g0.3%

Sugar12gN/A

Protein0.4g0.9%

Carbs19g6%

Vitamin A1µgN/A

Vitamin C5mg9%

Vitamin E0.1mg0.7%

Vitamin K5µg7%

Calcium18mg2%

Fiber4g15%

Folate (food)9µgN/A

Folate equivalent (total)9µg2%

Iron0.2mg1.3%

Magnesium11mg3%

Monounsaturated0.1gN/A

Niacin (B3)0.2mg1%

Phosphorus15mg2%

Polyunsaturated0.1gN/A

Potassium149mg4%

Sodium11mgN/A

Zinc0.2mg1%

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