Making dinner sucks. This makes it suck a LOT less. Right now you can get a FREE mini version of my cookbook ‘Easy, Healthy Meals for the Tired-Ass Mom’. Just click below and let me know where to send it, Boo. 

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I bought one of those fancy iced tea makers a few years ago.

I used it often, but when we moved a couple of years ago I couldn’t find the pitcher for it.

I always wondered what in the Sam Hill happened to that pitcher, until I mentioned it in passing to my oldest daughter a couple of months ago and she said ‘Wait….I always wondered where this big pitcher I have came from! I guess it’s your iced tea pitcher.’

So I don’t know how or when, but somehow it had randomly ended up at her house.

Anywho, I knew it would turn up someday so I didn’t want to spend the money on a whole new tea maker. So instead I started making tea on my stovetop.

And when I finally got my tea maker back I realized that my stovetop tea actually tasted WAY better!

So that is the way I have made it ever since….and will forever more….

Anyone wanna buy a tea maker? 🙂

 

Here’s my super awesome, super easy 7, 6, 5 method of making perfect iced tea every time. I used peach tea bags this go round….

-Start with a 3qt saucepan.

-Fill it with water leaving about an inch at the top.

-Bring the water to a boil, then remove from heat and let cool for seven minutes.

-Add six teabags to the water.

-Let steep for five minutes.

-Remove teabags from water. You can add a sweetener now if desired. (Recommended sweeteners are honey, stevia, or coconut sugar.)

-Stir to dissolve sweetener if using.

-Let tea cool on stove for 30 minutes to an hour.

-Pour in pitcher and place in fridge to chill.

Serve over ice.

Before you go….

Hey! I’m Julie.

I help busy moms feed their families healthy foods in a lot less time.

I’m the founder of Well Fed Families, a mom of three kids who I had over the span of 21 years (I like doing things slowly sometimes), a lover of food, and an 80’s rock fanatic. I also dig jail shows and anything from the 1940s.

As you can tell from the above I’m a little weird. I‘m also a little funny (okay, sometimes a lot funny).

But one thing’s for sure…..I’ve been doing this healthy eating thing for my family for a loooooong time.

And most importantly? Moms who are feeling overwhelmed by that whole concept are my HEART! I want to help you in any way I can, because I know how hard it can be sometimes. 

So take a load off and stay a while. I’m super glad you’re here. <3

Psst…before you leave be sure to grab the free cookbook below! It’s my little way of saying thanks for checking out Well Fed Families….

Does dinner time stress you out?

Hate being tied to the kitchen when you get home, when you just want to RELAX already?!

I feel ya, sister.

That’s why I created a cookbook just for us: the exhausted moms who long for easy weeknights, but still want to feed our family healthy meals.

And I have a sample version with your name on it.

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Enjoy!