+ This Peaches and Cream Iced Tea recipe is brought to you by International Delight +
Spring is in full bloom here in Lincoln. I’ve been having fun tending all of my new plants for this season. I’m a fairly novice gardener but, I’m giving it a good go. For years I’ve killed everything that I get my hands on. My husband will say when I walk in the door with new plants, “Are these this years victims?” NICE! This year I am determined to develop a green thumb! I will have fresh home grown tomatoes darn it!!
To me when I’m working out in the yard in the warm Spring and Summer sun the first thing that comes to mind is… “What refreshing drink shall we have!”
I grew up with a Father who loved peaches and let’s just say the peach didn’t fall too far from the tree. I’ve become a bit obsessed with peach lately. A few weeks ago I told you about a fun little concoction that I came up with for a Peach Melba Italian Soda and today, I want to share my Peaches and Cream Iced Tea.
When I was a kid, every once in a while when we would have a bunch of really good summer peaches, my Dad would cut up a couple of the juicy gems and put them in a bowl. Then he would pour a little bit of cream over the top and share this treat with me. It didn’t happen often, but when it did… My oh my, I was in heaven!
Now we are not currently in the hight of peach season BUT, I thought it would be fun to brew-up some herbal peach tea and create my own peaches and cream treat with the help of International Delight French Vanilla creamer…
All you need is your favorite peach tea, I like Celestial Seasonings Country Peach Passion and a tall glass of ice.
Fill your glass with the tea and then add a generous splash of International Delight French Vanilla Creamer.
Stir and enjoy! The I.D. gives the peach tea a little sweet pick me up with a smooth creamy finish. It’s lovely!
Perfect for those days of wrestling with Mother Nature… I will tame this garden this year!
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