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Thank you to Red Diamond for partnering with me on this post!
Thanksgiving is literally right around the corner! Only a few weeks away – are you scrambling yet to find all the ingredients you need to cook a delicious feast? I know for the little ones, Thanksgiving may not be the most exciting of holidays – especially if they are picky like Leyton!
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We will be headed back to Tampa again this year for Thanksgiving with my in-laws! It is always such a refreshing time being back by the beach and soaking up sunshine + warmer weather.
As Leyton gets older, I want to incorporate him more and more to instill traditions into his holiday memories. One thing we are doing this year is making a Turkey Trot Tea together, using Red Diamond of course! It’s super easy to make and perfect to get your kids involved!
I even created a recipe sheet for you to print out so your kids can color as you make the tea together. This drink is perfect for a post-turkey trot run refreshment, to add to your line-up for Thanksgiving dinner, or to serve at the kids’ table!
Whether you are making the recipe or not, I encourage you to grab Red Diamond’s tea from your local grocery store! Being in the south, tea is a staple at every meal – yes, that includes holidays too! Not only do I love the taste, I love the simple ingredients especially with the unsweet tea being no-calorie or carbs! You can find their tea at a store near you HERE!
Turkey Trot Tea Recipe Printable
Turkey Trot Tea Recipe For Kids
- Equal Parts Red Diamond Unsweet Tea
- Equal Parts Apple Juice
- 1 Tablespoon Honey
- ½ Tablespoon Lemon Juice
- Cinnamon Sticks, For Stirring
- Mix half Red Diamond tea with half apple juice.
- Mix in honey and lemon juice.
- Stir with cinnamon sticks!
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