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Spiced Tea

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Spiced Tea

(Hot or Iced)
To blender add:
2 cups brewed tea
1 orange, peeled, quartered and seeds removed
1 small apple, peeled and cored
1/8 teaspoon cinnamon powder
Honey or sugar, to taste

Blend ingredients on low. Increase blender speed slowly to high until beverage is smooth, approx. 45 seconds. Sweeten to taste as desired.
Note:To make Hot Spiced Tea, add freshly brewed hot tea to the blender with remaining ingredients and serve immediately. To make Iced Spiced Tea, add 7 ice cubes to the blender with chilled tea and other ingredients and blend.

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