Lipton ice tea is now available with a light sparkle – in cans and bottles. There’s only the three varieties – Classic Lemon, Zero Sugar Lemon , and Peach. I got the two lemon ones to try and compare. No point me getting the peach as I don’t particularly like peach ice tea.
They all have a good amount of real tea extract in them, and that nice lemony twist. The classic was certainly nicer than the diet version due to the artificial sweetener taste. Kinda wish they would just have low sugar versions rather than making them odd with any non sugar sweeteners – yes that include odd things like Natvia.
So, will totally buy the classic lemon again, especially to have with sushi, as that is the best time for ice tea :)
Yums! And easy to make :) All I had to do was beat two eggs, mix in some oil (I used out rather than bothering about melting margerine or whatever) and mix and cook. Shame I haven’t got used to this oven yet, a little dark in parts…
As for the Brownies, well they went down very well :) Made them up to take away the other weekend to the coast.
A little tricker to make with the chocolate melting, but worth it. Still, can’t eat too much of either, too much sugar for my tummy still :(
Anyone going to the Gluten free expo on Saturday at the Woden Southern Cross Club?
These packet mixes were sent to me to try by Melinda’s Gluten Free Goodies. I know you can buy some of the range at Woolies, and I’m sure other places.
I can feel the saliva starting already!
Tamarind Stir-Fry from Low Fat Fast
Just Delicious Crushed Lemonade – it’s sweetened with apple juice rather than cane sugar
Yums! I love sour and lemon! The thought of sucking on a slice of lemon just gets me salivating. And smiling :)
I used these directions then covered in a herb mix I had. Simple and delicious!