The Arnold Palmer Drink is an incredibly popular non-alcoholic drink made with lemonade and iced tea, made popular by of course, the golfer Arnold Palmer. Believe me when I say that the combination of the two work together really well!
How to Make an Arnold Palmer Drink
Making an Arnold Palmer Drink is as easy as one, two, three.
- Get 5 ounces of lemonade
- Get 5 ounces of iced tea
- Combine the two together in a glass and add ice
Arnold Palmer Drink Tips & Tricks
- You can make this a low calorie drink to enjoy by using low calorie iced tea and lemonade!
- You can also make this no sugar by using no sugar lemonade and iced tea.
- Be crazy and add raspberry iced tea or strawberry lemonade for a totally different taste! The world is your oyster when it comes to the different combinations you can make.
It's not even really a recipe, but there are people who don't know what an Arnold Palmer drink is, so this is for you! It's a really refreshing drink during the summer, but an Arnold Palmer mocktail is perfect for kids and people who don't drink alcohol all year round. The taste combination works really well ( let's face it, it works surprisingly well, who would think that iced tea and lemonade mixed together were a great drink?).
This is one of the kids favourite drinks and when you have pre-made lemonade and iced tea it's the simplest treat ever.
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The Arnold Palmer Drink
- Prep Time
- 2 minutes
- Total Time
- 2 minutes
- Karlynn Johnston
- 5 ounces lemonade
- 5 ounces iced tea
- ice cubes
- Combine the iced tea and lemonade together in a glass. Add ice cubes to fill. Enjoy!
All calories and info are based on a third party calculator and are only an estimate. Actual nutritional info will vary with brands used, your measuring methods, portion sizes and more.