White Peach Tea Lemonade

Homemade version of the white peach tea lemonade from Chick-fil-a.
White Peach Tea Lemonade

White Peach Tea Lemonade

By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime

This is my knock-off version of the white peach tea lemonade from Chik-fil-a. I do like popping in there for their diet lemonade, which is made with Splenda, but although I love peach tea anything, I can’t really do the lemonade with peach because they use full sugar syrup.
White Peach Tea Lemonade
However, being the enterprising food blogger that I am, it is an easy enough fix to make at home. I could drink a swimming pool full of this stuff on a hot summer day. Just be careful if you are counting carbs as the fruit juice from  lemons does eventually add up, although it is far less evil using the Torani syrup, which being made with liquid Splenda is very low carb. And on the lemonade, I just use stevia.

Of course, you can make this with full sugar peach syrup and also sugar in your lemonade if you  like. It will  work too.

Enjoy- I know I do!

White Peach Tea Lemonade

White Peach Tea Lemonade

  • Servings: 4-6
  • Difficulty: easy
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White Peach Tea Lemonade
Makes 1-1/2 quarts (48 fluid ounces)


  • 5 single-serving white iced tea bags
  • 1/3 cup fresh lemon juice
  • 24 ounces fresh lemonade, sweetened to taste
  • sweetener of choice (I use liquid stevia),  amount to taste
  • 1/4 cup sugar-free Torani peach flavored syrup


  1. Place 5 single white iced tea bags in near boiling water; let steep ten minutes.
  2. Remove tea bags and top up with chilled water to 24 fluid ounces.
  3. Mix  lemon juice with cold water and top up to 24 fluid ounces. 
  4. Sweeten lemonade to taste.
  5. Stir together lemonade, tea and peach syrup; serve over ice.

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White Peach Tea Lemonade

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