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Recipe: The Arnold Palmer

Sometimes the best things are the most simple. Nothing rings of summertime more than lemonade and iced tea. The Arnold Palmer brings them together.

The Arnold Palmer Ingredients

  • 5 fluid ounces prepared lemonade

  • 5 fluid ounces prepared iced tea

  • 1 cup ice

How to Make The Arnold Palmer

  1. Combine lemonade and iced tea in a highball or tall glass. Add ice and stir until chilled.

The Arnold Palmer Nutritions

  • Calories: 59.8 calories

  • Carbohydrate: 15.6 g

  • Cholesterol:

  • Fat: 0.1 g

  • Fiber:

  • Protein: 0.1 g

  • SaturatedFat:

  • ServingSize:

  • Sodium: 17.7 mg

  • Sugar: 14.6 g

  • TransFat:

  • UnsaturatedFat:

The Arnold Palmer Reviews

  • I doubled this recipe to make two drinks. I made homemade lemonade specifically for this recipe using fresh lemons, Truvia and cold water. My husband didnt even miss the sugar, he actually asked me how I got it to taste better than usual. We loved this drink.

  • Summer staple in our home. Love the mixture, plus you can add a shot of vodka to liven it up if you are in a merry mood

  • EXCELLENT Hubby likes iced tea and I like lemonade. We both loved this Arnold Palmer

  • My family just loved this simple recipe. Followed the recipe exactly, I will certainly be making this again.

  • Love the combination of iced tea and lemonade I made a batch of unsweetened iced tea and used prepared organic lemonade from Costco. Great flavor and a wonderful summer drink

  • My favorite summer drink. Try a strong Arnold Palmer-mix in a shot of vodka into each glass. Very refreshing

  • I have been making it for years, but didnt know it had a name Great drink

  • I usually buy the pre-prepared plastic jug of "Arnold Palmer Half & Half Iced Tea Lemonade" but this homemade version is a better option. The only thing is I usually buy the "Lite" jug that cuts down the sweetness (and sugars/calories) better than just reducing the sugar. So Im going to have to play around a bit with the recipe using part sugar, part sweetener (Stevia?). If anyone tries this before I get a chance to post, please do Oh and one more thing: like other reviewers I also make my lemonade & tea from scratch instead of prepared as directed in the recipe, it turns out 10 times better. Great recipe in all though

  • I have been making this type of ice tea since I was a kid in the 1950s we called it "church tea" because when we had a pot luck at church they made gallons of the stuff It is still my favorite way to drink the house wine of the South. My way is simple: Sugar in the pitcher (you control how sweet the tea is this way), fresh squeezed lemon juice (I never bothered with taking out the pips). You can use splenda if you are on a sugar free regimen. The tea is brewed on the stove by boiling water with the tea bags until it was dark (it will be stronger than steeped tea) pour over the sugar and lemon, stir to melt sugar. Ad additional water or ice cubes to dilute to the strength to taste. BTW, I dont know what Arnold Palmer had to do with it. I bet he had it in Augusta and loved it It is also called California tea. The shot of Vodka is a great addition Another twist is to add Sweet Basil leaves and let those steep in the hot tea. Delicious

  • How just make your own lemonade

  • Refreshing

  • My mother used to make this when I was a child. It was how my daddy always drank his tea. Perfect half and half mixture. Made a great addition to our holiday table.

  • Simple and delicious I turned it in to a punch to serve to the kids before my sons prom.

  • Good stuff but all these years (plenty of them too) I thought it was an alcoholic beverage.

  • Simple and delicious So much better than the mixed half n half stuff u buy in store. I will keep these ingredients on hand.

  • Very good with southern homemade Luzianne tea and homemade lemonade.

  • I make several gallons per week in the summer. Neither coffee nor water do it for me, and Ive been drinking AP for several years. Even in the winter, its my water substitute. I dont strictly use this recipe. I mix mine with instant ice tea and Crystal Light lemonade. Even my 5 and 7 year old neighbor kids love it.

  • I gave this recipe four stars because, according to Arnie himself, it should be as he invented it, which is three parts iced tea to one part lemonade. Made this way, its an irresistible and refreshing drink, especially on Sunday afternoon at the Masters

  • Very good with southern homemade Luzianne tea and homemade lemonade.

  • Ive been mixing these for years, in different proportions depending on the individual preference. I always brew the tea from scratch, and sometimes I make the lemonade too.

  • One of my very favorite drinks when we go out, I forgot how easy it is to make and will be whipping this up at home from now on.

  • Just mix Firefly Sweet Tea Vodka with Simply Lemonade on the rocks. My wife and I LOVE this by the pool

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