Refreshing Watermelon Pomegranate Sweet Tea with #AmericasTea

cbiasdisclosure watermelon sweet tea Bigelow Tea has a special place in my heart. Isn’t is funny how certain brands can bring back memories for us? The reason Bigelow tea is so memorable for me is my mom used to drink their “Constant Comment” tea when I was a child. The sweet and spicy citrus blend would swirl in the air. I remember vividly asking my mom what that smell was and she told me it was her Constant Comment tea. I think my very first taste of tea was this brand, even. watermelon iced tea I love products that are made right here in America. Bigelow tea is one of these brands and that is why when thinking about recipes to use in my celebration of America on the 4th of July, I had to pick up some Bigelow tea at Walmart to make this wonderful and refreshing watermelon sweet tea recipe. I chose watermelons because to me, they are a very typical summer food and I thought that was fitting for the biggest celebration of the season. tea on shelf I wasn’t aware there are so many kinds of Bigelow tea, though so I had a hard time choosing which one to go in my recipe. In the end, I chose Bigelow’s Pomegranate Black Tea as I thought it’s fruity notes would be excellent for this sweet summer recipe. watermelong tea recipe For this recipe, you will need to freeze some watermelon to use as your “ice cubes” in your sweet tea. The funny thing about watermelon is, it freezes very fast. I put my cubes in and about an hour later, they were frozen solid. So, there is really no need to freeze them overnight and you can quickly make some more if yours start to run low during your 4th of July bash. Just place them on a cookie sheet, in a single layer in your freezer for quickest results. watermelon ice cubes I hope you have a happy and safe Independence Day Celebration this year!

Refreshing Watermelon Pomegranate Sweet Tea with #AmericasTea


Refreshing Watermelon Sweet Tea with #AmericasTea
Recipe Type: Beverage
Author: Christine Tolhurst of Saved By Grace Blog
  • 5 Tbsp Stevia Blend
  • 6 Bigelow Tea’s Pomegranate Black Tea Bags
  • 2 Quarts of Water, boiling
  • 1/4 Of a medium watermelon or (about 2 1/2 cups)
  • 2 Cups watermelon Cubed and frozen
  1. Start by steeping your tea in the quart of water. Add Stevia blend and give it a stir. Pour into a pitcher to cool and place in the fridge.
  2. Puree your 1/4 of a watermelon (about 2 1/2 cups) in a small food processor. You don’t want it completely liquified; leave it somewhat chunky. This should only take 2-3 seconds on pulse.
  3. When your tea is cooled, pour into a glass, add some watermelon puree throw in some frozen watermelon cubes. Enjoy!
This recipe is for the diabetic friendlier version of sweet tea. If you prefer, you can add regular sugar instead of Stevia blend.

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35 Replies to “Refreshing Watermelon Pomegranate Sweet Tea with #AmericasTea”

  1. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says: Reply

    That sounds absolutely delicious! We don’t have sweet tea here in New England – we just have iced tea and it’s definitely not the same.

    1. I have never lived in the south, but my husband has and he helped me a bit with this one. I am a Northerner from Montana 🙂

  2. I have never had an actual watermelon in my drink before, but it looks tasty!!

  3. Wow, that looks super refreshing.. I love tea and watermelon, so why not put them together!

  4. Paula Parker says: Reply

    This recipe looks so summer fresh. I love tea and watermelon, Never mixed them before. Willing to give it a try!

  5. Sounds delicious, nice and refreshing on a hot summer day! Love the stars!

  6. That sounds so good … great flavor combination. I love the idea of the watermelon ice cubes!

  7. I’ve never made sweet tea before that contained watermelon in it, I need to try this out!

  8. I like Bigelow tea alot. I have actually tried that Pomegranate before and it’s great!

  9. You picked the perfect tea for the summer! Such a great idea to freeze the watermelon too!

  10. What a great recipe to share for summer! This is definitely perfect for entertaining.

  11. Wow. That looks and sounds delicious! I want some!

  12. That sounds so refreshing and delicious. I love the combination you came up with.

    1. Thank you! I hope you enjoy your 4th of July, Liz!

  13. That’s so nice and thirst quenching too! It’s a great drink to serve for summer parties!

  14. Watermelon ice cubes are such a great idea! Perfect for this pomegranate tea.

  15. Flavored tea sounds so good. I love watermelon especially if it was chilled in the fridge. This drink is healthy and perfect for summer.

  16. Watermelon sweet tea is really yumm.. but I am amazed, how come I never thought of freezin Water Melon cubes, I am sure they taste like Ice candies

    1. They taste amazing and so refreshing! And they really do freeze so fast!

  17. Yum! That looks good and so festive too.

  18. What a fun and refreshing summer recipe!

  19. I love the star shaped watermelon! Your Bigelow tea drink recipe looks wonderful and I’d really like to try to recreate it for the Fourth of July at my home too! #client

    1. Thank you so much, Heather. Hope you have a happy 4th!

  20. This sounds fantastic! Love the watermelon ice cube idea.

  21. wonderful and refreshing! Thank you for sharing your sweet blog at the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. ♥

    1. You are very welcome, Katherine! Thank you so much for stopping by!

  22. This look refreshing! Thanks for sharing at the #WWDParty – enjoy your week.

    1. no problem! Thanks for stopping by!

  23. […] and we love those of you who come to see all of the awesomeness too! My favorite this week is this Watermelon Pomegranate Sweet Tea from Christine who blogs over at Saved By Grace.  Honestly it looks so pretty you almost won’t want to drink it…. […]

  24. This sounds so delicious! I love the idea of using watermelon as the ice cubes. Thank you for linking at the In and Out of the Kitchen Link Party. Hope to see you again next week.

  25. Peepin’ around on random blogs and saw this recipe of yours…Just lettin’ ya’ know that I’ll definitely be trying it. I think I’m going to try it with the Republic of Tea’s ‘Blackberry sage’ tea. Can’t wait to try those watermelon ice cubes, too. Those sound good!

    1. Let me know how it tastes for you, Silvy!

  26. My son and I love drinking tea, and I have been buying a lot of watermelons this Summer and this is such a great recipe to try. I like that this recipe uses Stevia!

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