Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade Recipe – [copycat]

Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade {copycat}

Perfectly Refreshing for the summa time.

Have you tried passion tea lemonade from Starbucks ?
If you haven’t done so, already. You’re totally missing out!!
It is SO delicious and refreshing. I blame my sister Amy for introducing me to this drink.

Summer is here and what better way to stay cool than with a refreshing drink.
I made a bulk copycat recipe to enjoy at home.

Starbucks Passion Tea Lemonade (sewfatty copycat)
Refreshing Summer Drink.
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Ingredients
  1. 10 cups - Water
  2. 10 Tazo Passion Tea Bags
  3. 16 oz Simply Lemonade
  4. 2 tbsp cane sugar
  5. 1 tbsp Vanilla
  6. 1 lemon
Instructions
  1. Boil water.
  2. Remove from heat add tea bags, vanilla and sugar.
  3. Let it sit for 30 mins or till it cools down.
  4. Remove tea bags and refrigerate for 1 hour.
  5. Add the simply lemonade and mix, pour into a pitcher.
  6. Cut your lemon in slices and add them to your pitcher chill in the fridge till ready to serve.
  7. Once you’re ready to serve. Grab your mason jar, add ice and a fresh slice of lemon to garnish your drink along with a straw.
  8. Cheers! Enjoy!
Notes
  1. *Purchased the mason jar pitcher at Walmart.
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Starbucks Passio Tea Lemonade [copycat]

 
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Holiday Hot Cocoa Mix

 

Holiday Hot Cocoa Mix
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Ingredients
  1. 1 1/4 cups coconut sugar
  2. 3/4 cup cocoa powder
  3. 1/4 teaspoon sea salt
  4. non-dairy milk
  5. mini marshmallows (optional)
  6. peppermint (optional)
Instructions
  1. Mix the sugar, cocoa powder, sea salt together. You can blend it on a food processor.
  2. Store in a mason jar 🙂
  3. *once you're ready to serve, add 2 tablespoons cocoa mix to 1 cup hot non-dairy milk.
  4. Give it a stir.. and if you'd like to add a little fun.. top it off with some mini marshmallows and peppermint.
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Winter time is when I take out the hot cocoa, coffee out of the pantry. Something about the winter and holidays that makes me crave these two. Christmas and hot cocoa just go hand in hand.. like cookies and milk.

I love trying new recipes and came up with this one. So perfect for yourself and also a perfect gift to give to your neighbors, friends and family. This recipe is super easy. Again, pour into a mason jar, tie a cute ribbon and a note card with the ingredients. Ta Da! Easy DIY gift.

I love the reaction my friends and family get when they open up a present that is handmade. You can just see it in their eyes, they appreciate the gift even more. Not only will this be a cute and tasty gift but also done with love and that, to me is what counts. For the fact that whenever that person uses your gift they will be reminded of you.

If you’re looking for gluten free holiday recipes be sure to check them out here. Holiday season is a great way to show off your cooking/baking skills and try something new. 

 

If you make these as gifts for your friend and family be sure to come back and let me know. If you can share a photo over on Instagram |Twitter | Snapchat…  You can find me at @sewfatty be sure to tag me. 

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DIY Halloween Care Package for Military

Hi guys, I told you I had a couple of affordable care package ideas coming your way so here is this one I just recently made for my boyfriend.

Personally, I love making care packages and getting crafty with them; It’s something I genuinely enjoy doing. You get to show your creativity through each package and also make the person receiving the package smile and feel at home. To me, this is the perfect time to get cheesy and cute. I’m sure most of you can email your loved one daily through email, but don’t let that stop you. My advice for your package would be: do each one as if you haven’t spoken to them in months. So lets get creative guys!

Halloween Care Package-2

With this specific package I wanted to make it as gory as I possibly could. I’m not artist so I just tried my best ha ha. I was able to get every decoration item at my local Dollar Tree and Michaels was having a sale on their colored construction paper and red paint. Also, I didn’t have enough black paper to line the inside of the box, but I did have black spray paint from a previous DIY I had done. I chose not to use a Flat Rate box because my boyfriend had sent me a list of things he would like and it just wouldn’t have fit. If you run across this problem, malls and local stores always have extra boxes lying around. Just be sure to call first thing in the morning.

Here is a list of things you will need:

  • A sturdy box
  • Tape
  • Glue sticks
  • Craft glue like E600 Adhesive -Wal-Mart
  • Construction paper or Scrapbook paper-Dollar Tree or Micheals)
  • Scissors
  • Paint (Red) -Wal-Mart
  • Spray Paint (I prefer this over construction paper for the inside)
  • Spider Rings- Dollar Tree
  • Plastic Severed Body Parts- Dollar Tree
  • Spider Webs – Dollar Tree
  • Caution Tape- Dollar Tree

This care package was so super easy I almost felt like the instructions were unnecessary so I added tips I learned while making this box.

 Let the Halloween box begin:

  1. Spray the inside of the box with the black spray paint. Once you’ve sprayed it to the intensity of your liking, go ahead and let that completely dry. I chose to let it sit out for a whole day so the smell could go away as well.Halloween Care Package
  2. Grab your red paint and do the fancy ‘blood drippings’. I found it was easier to paint the top half with brush and then to do the actual blood drops with my fingers. I also applied about a courter-sized drop of paint each time I went in to do a blood dropping.
  3. Once the paint has completely dried, pull out your ring spiders and cut off the ring part to them so you can glue that nicely down. Get an idea and start gluing, girl! I recommend for the severed body parts go in the bottom flaps or you might have a hard time taping your box shut. Also, with this particular glue I found its best if you let it get tacky so blow on it or let it sit for a couple of seconds.
  4. Place all of the items you will be sending and put the spider webs over.
  5. Throw all of the left over spiders over the spider web.
  6. Tape your caution tape across your box (I’ve seen people tape them across flaps as well.

 

Just like that, you are all done ladies! I honestly had so much fun with this box and I hope you do too. If you have any questions or suggestions please let me know in the comments below. I hope you enjoyed making this with me and may you and your loved ones have a safe and spooky Halloween, muahahahaha!

If you guys try this out, please tag us using #SewfattyDIY so we can see your creative rendition on this box. 

-Xoxo

 

 

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