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Thursday, December 9, 2010

Reindeer Tea! A Wonderfully Simple and Yummy Gift Idea!

Complete Instructions will be posted by noon today!  Be sure to check back to get them.  I am having some problems with Mediafire and am trying to get the problems resolved!  Thanks for your understanding!  Merry Christmas!

I am still having problems with Mediafire so here are the instructions for the Reindeer tea.  If I can get the file to download, I will post the file you can just print off!  Until then...


Reindeer Tea Drink Mix
Ingredients:

• ¾ Cup Sweetened Instant Tea Mix
• 18 oz. Tang Drink Mix
• 1 Cup Sweetened Lemonade Mix
• 2 ¼ tsp. Ground Cinnamon
• ½ tsp. Ground Nutmeg
• 1 tsp. Ground Cloves
• 1 Bag Cinnamon Red Hots Candy

Directions:
1. In a large Bowl, mix together all ingredients except Cinnamon Red Hots.
2. Once the mixture is well blended, stir in the Cinnamon Red Hots.
3. Pour into clean dry canning jars and store at temperature.
4. To serve stir 1 ½ heaping teaspoons into and 8 oz mug of boiling water and enjoy!


It's beginning to feel a lot like Christmas here in the South!  We have been having hard frosts and I have been enjoying curling up with a good book and a mug yummy goodness...Reindeer Tea! I make dozens of bottles of it every year for my husbands employees and our friends.
Once you start making it on your own it is sure to become the start to a new holiday tradition in your family like it is in mine!


Happy Scrappin'


21 comments:

  1. sounds great. Sorry I did not see recipe is that availble

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  2. Very cute gift idea for co=workers, teachers, hair stylist, nail tech & etc. TFS

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  3. Reindeer Tea does sound yummy. Love the whole gift set. I'll be comeing back for the recipe. TFS.

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  4. Very cute gift idea, can you post the recipe for reindeer tea, I can't read it in the photo. Thank you!

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  5. I can't wait to get the recipe for this reindeer tea! I won't give this out this year, but I am going to make it for next year. I have a huge family 13 brothers & sisters, this would make a great "little something" to go under the tree! Thanks!

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  6. I am breathlessly awaiting the directions and the recipe!

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  7. My godmother gave a jar of this last year. Minus the Red Hots-wonder where those went. LOL It was called Friendship Tea. Thanks for sharing this. It is good. Love the smell!

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  8. This sounds so interesting. I would love to try a cup. What a very nice gift.

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  9. Kendra love this idea but how many and what size bottles do you use for one batch of tea?
    Hugs
    Judy in KS

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  10. "Kendra love this idea but how many and what size bottles do you use for one batch of tea?
    Hugs
    Judy in KS"

    Judy,
    I ususally make this recipe in HUGE batches. Sometimes as many as 10 at a time. I ususally get the small jars though, I think pint, and print off insturtions on a tag to go along with it. If I can get mediafire to work, I will upload the whole set. Wish me luck. I have submitted a ticket to them.
    Kendra

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  11. Thanks for sharing this neat gift idea with us! Sounds really good.

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  12. MMMMMM. Sounds so Yummy! What a cute idea.
    Cecelia
    larocquecj at comcast dot net

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  13. sounds fun and i will try it! thank you! i have been looking for red hots and heard they were delicious in hot cider...can't find them around! where to you get them?

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  14. sounds great and i will try it. where can you find red hots this time of year?

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  15. Looks like a great idea. thanks for sharing.
    amy
    fortun8123 at yahoo dot com

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  16. Thank you for sharing and I can't wait to try it!

    Cindy :)

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  17. How much does the recipe make that you have listed? Was you able to get the download to work? This sounds great and I was thinking of making this for a quick gift for my family. It sounds really good and looks cute the way you had it. Thanks.

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  18. A friend gave me a jar of this wonderfully soothing tea last Christmas. It's great!

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  19. I love this idea! This is so great!

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  20. I love this gift set! You are so creative! Thank you for all your ideas!

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  21. Love the reindeer tea idea. I'm going to have to try some for my sons.

    Also, I'm your newest follower...
    Would Love it if you could check out my blog.
    Minta

    http://mintascreations.blogspot.com/

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