This low-calorie Arnold Palmer recipe is so refreshing. It requires minimal ingredients and is simple to make. We love serving this drink in a mason jar full of ice, and sipping it after a long, summer day on our porch. Come check it out!
Hi friend, I am so glad you stopped by. If you are coming from Jordan over at A Blue Nest, welcome! My friend, Kelly, over at The Tattered Pew, put this summer drink blog hop together, and I am so thankful for her coordinating this for us. You will want to check out all the ladies involved in this hop, which are listed at the end.
My husband has loved Arnold Palmer’s for years, and it wasn’t until recently that I discovered why he loves them so much. This drink is named after the legendary golfer Arnold Palmer. What is an Arnold Palmer drink? An Arnold Palmer is simply 1/2 lemonade and 1/2 tea.
This almost zero-calorie version of an Arnold Palmer happened because my husband and I have cut out sugar in our diet during the weekdays. Having something that is both sweet and delicious (with little sugar) helps haha!
We always keep a pitcher of Crystal Light lemonade on hand, and had recently bought unsweetened black tea, thus, it was the perfect time to make some low-calorie Arnold Palmer. And, this combination turned out better than I had hoped for! I added some fresh mint and it was the perfect finishing touch.
Unsweetened Black Tea
Crystal Light Lemonade Powder Mix (for the sugar-free version)
Simply fill your cup with ice and then pour 1/2 lemonade and 1/2 tea and top with mint. I love drinking out of these copper straws because they keep your beverage tasting so cold! Sound easy and flavorful? It surely is. I hope you enjoy this healthy, low-calorie Arnold Palmer recipe. Head on over to my friend Bethany at Crisp Collective to check out her summer sip idea!
Today I’m joined by some of my blogging friends who are also sharing their delicious summer drink recipes with you! Just click the links below the images to be taken to their post…