Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea

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Reimagine your family dinner by adding Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea as the perfect pairing to any main dish. This naturally sweetened drink is just 3 ingredients and ready in under 10 minutes.


Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea

Wow, have we twisted up our lives into a beautiful, tangled mess this fall.

Fall is usually our busy season. Add to that buying a house and selling our own house. Homeschooling three kids. Running a small business. Dance lessons. Cross-country practices.

All of those things are huge blessings and I’m thankful for each one, but I’m ready for a break. Ready for a home-cooked dinner around the table with my little family instead of grabbing convenient food as we grab our shoes, run out the door and listen to it slam behind us as we jump into the minivan.

Really…I wouldn’t trade it for anything.


Any time we sit around together at mealtime is a special treat. Whether it’s hearing Kinslee’s latest joke or listening to Braden ramble on about his latest obsession, we’re together, and that’s what matters. It’s refreshing. It’s family. They help me take a deep breath after a long day.

The perfect, comforting drink to pair with any mealtime menu is iced tea. I grew up drinking iced tea and now I’m happy to say my kids love it, too! I took Lipton’s Cold Brew Iced Tea and reimagined it as a refreshing, crisp, fall-flavored drink. Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea. It’s an afternoon pick-me-up and a reviving beverage to go alongside your family dinner.


I often forget to have drinks ready when we sit down to a family meal. Lipton’s Cold Brew Iced Tea makes last-minute drink preparation easy! There’s no need to boil water. For 2 quarts, just pour 8 cups of cool water over 2 tea bags that you have in a pitcher. Brew the tea for 5 minutes, dunking the tea bags frequently while the tea is brewing. Then stir the tea, remove the tea bags, and you have a drink ready to go!

How to Make Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea

Making this Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea is just as easy. You’ll simply add 2 ½ cups 100% cranberry juice and 3 cups of 100% pineapple juice to the tea. We aren’t used to drinking sweet tea, so we don’t add any additional sugar. If you like your tea super sweet, go ahead and sweeten the tea to your taste with your favorite sweetener.  We find that for us, just the juices are the right amount of sweetness.

Maybe this is not a busy season for you. It’s possible that you need something to liven up your family dinnertime togetherness.


It’s the little things in life that make all the difference.

Q: How do you reimagine dinner time with your family?

Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea
Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea

Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea

4.60 from 5 votes
Reimagine your family dinner by adding Cranberry Pineapple Iced Tea as the perfect pairing to any main dish. This naturally sweetened drink is just 3 ingredients and ready in under 10 minutes.
Servings 8
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes

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  • 8 cups cool water
  • 2 Lipton Cold Brew tea bags
  • 2 1/2 cups 100% cranberry juice
  • 3 cups 100% pineapple juice


  • In a gallon pitcher, pour the cool water over the tea bags. Allow the tea to brew for 5 minutes, dunking the tea bags frequently.
  • After 5 minutes, stir the tea and remove the tea bags.
  • Add the cranberry and pineapple juices to the tea.
  • Stir well.
  • Pour the drink over ice to serve.
  • Store any leftovers in the refrigerator and stir well before serving again.


Calories: 86kcal | Carbohydrates: 21g | Sodium: 3mg | Potassium: 182mg | Sugar: 18g | Vitamin A: 35IU | Vitamin C: 16.7mg | Calcium: 19mg | Iron: 0.5mg
Course Drink
Cuisine American
Calories 86


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I'm Julie Clark, CEO and recipe developer of Tastes of Lizzy T. With my B.A. in Education and over 30 years of cooking and baking, I want to teach YOU the best of our family recipes.

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4 years ago

5 stars
Surely a high rating this so good!!

Sam Campbell
6 years ago

5 stars
Delicous. I am Southern so sweet tea is a natural. I do drink Earl Grey and chamomile without sugar, Earl Grey in the morning, chamomile at night, but sweet sun tea is a natural.
And I don’t worry about calories. I am six foot tall and weigh 130 lbs. I look for extra calories. So much of the grocery stores are low calorie foods. Pour extra bacon grease on mine.

Find Your Fine
7 years ago

These would be great during afternoon movie.

7 years ago

Wow, this is such a great combination of flavors! I need to try this out!

Melanie @ Gather for Bread
7 years ago

Love these flavors! Perfect for those Christmas gatherings.