Kangaroo Diet Tea Recipe
Written by Sky Taylor, Diet Bites
Our delicious recipe for Kangaroo Tea, a low calorie diet tea recipe that's very easy to prepare.
Our Kangaroo Tea contains zero calories, so drink freely. We would highly encourage you to invest in a pretty tea set, which will enhance your enjoyment of this delicious tea.
Make a pot of the Kangaroo Tea and take it to a cozy corner of your home. Dim the lights and enjoy the tea with a good book and a snuggly blanket.
Our Kangaroo Diet Tea Recipe Ingredients, How to Prepare
You will need the following ingredients to prepare this diet tea recipe:
Heat the water until steaming, then remove from fire. Add tea bags and the lemon and allow to steep (covered) about 5 minutes. Remove bags and lemon. Add the imitation rum extract, then sweeten to suit your personal taste.
You may increase or decrease any of the above ingredients to your personal preference. This recipe for diet tea makes 4 generous servings. If you desire only one, divide the recipe by 4. If you use rum flavoring rather than extract, you'll need to double the amount, but it works very well.
You can even use our diet tea in other recipes to create unique flavors without adding calories and additional fat. Let's take a look-see, shall we?
Afternoon Tea Cake, a diet cake recipe
If you don't have time to collect and assemble the recipe ingredients listed below, you can use any of the following commercial cake mixes as your base instead: white, butter flavored, pineapple, peach, French vanilla or vanilla. Follow the packaging directions as to the eggs but add mashed bananas for the oil. Instead of the recommended amount of water, use Kangaroo Tea. Bake as directed on the package,
If you would rather make a tea cake from scratch, mix the following ingredients until smooth and pour into a square pan that has been treated to prevent sticking. Bake in a preheated 350 degree oven for about half an hour or until the center springs back when lightly touched.
The amount of sugar used in the recipe below can be adjusted; use the upper end if you desire a sweeter cake and the lower end if you prefer less sweetness. This recipe makes 8 generous servings at about 165 calories each when white table sugar is used. If you opt for sugar substitute, sugar contains close to 800 calories per cup; subtract 400 for one-half cup and 600 calories for 3/4 cup - from 1,300 calories, the amount contained in the entire recipe. We based the caloric amounts on 1/2 cup of sugar in the recipe.
The Recipe Ingredients for Tea Cake
1 ½ cup of all-purpose flour
Diet Bites is a Trademark