It’s summer. That means iced tea for me, and in particular, Snapple tea. This slow cooker copycat of the fantastic bottled version hits the spot on a hot day for sure. Just toss a few ingredients into your slow cooker and in a few hours you get great tasting tea. I prefer peach- or lemon-flavored tea, but you can use any flavor you’d like. No matter which flavors you make, you’ll love this slow cooker copycat Snapple tea. You do want to use a good, tasty, quality bagged tea in this recipe. You want that clean tea flavor. Not cloudy, yucky, el cheapo tea. Spend a little extra on the tea and be happy.
For lower calorie, lower carb slow cooker copycat Snapple tea use artificial sweetener and any one of the sugar-free fruit flavors of Torani syrup. I’ve found that some syrup flavors can be hard to find locally. Thankfully, shipping isn’t bad so I ordered a few bottles online. You don’t have to worry about the syrups expiring either, so don’t be afraid to order a few and get to trying several different flavors in your teas. Heck you could even mix them. I guess!
Also try my no-carb sherbet pops!
Slow Cooker Copycat Snapple Tea
- 3 quarts water
- 4 tea bags family-sized. I used Luzianne decaf
- 1 cup sugar or sweetener
- 1 tablespoon lemon juice bottled is ok
- ¼ cup peach syrup you can use any flavor you like. I used Torani syrup
- Add all ingredients to a slow cooker.
- Cook on low 3 hours.
- Serve cold or over ice.
Nutritional values are approximate.