How to Make an Arnold Palmer Drink

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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!

Arnold Palmer Drink in a vintage glass with ice cubes and slice of lemon for garnish
Arnold Palmer Drink

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

That’s it!

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.

close up vintage glass with Arnold Palmer Drink garnish with a slice of lemon

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.

Happy  mocktailing!

Mike

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The Arnold Palmer Drink

The Arnold Palmer Drink is a mocktail (non-alcoholic drink) made from combining equal amounts of iced tea and lemonade. It's an American classic!

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close up vintage glass with Arnold Palmer Drink garnish with a slice of lemon
Prep Time
2 minutes
Total Time
2 minutes
Course
Mocktail
Cuisine
American
Servings
1
Calories
127
Author
Karlynn Johnston

Ingredients

  • 5 ounces lemonade
  • 5 ounces iced tea
  • ice cubes

Instructions

  1. Combine the iced tea and lemonade together in a glass. Add ice cubes to fill. Enjoy!

Recipe Notes

 The taste results will differ depending on the types and brands of iced tea and lemonade you use.

 

Nutrition Information

Calories: 127kcal, Carbohydrates: 31g, Sodium: 14mg, Sugar: 30g

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.

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