Peach Good Girl Moonshine


Peach Good Girl Moonshine - Sugar-free, Low-carb

 

Peach Good Girl Moonshine - Sugar-free, Low-carb

 

Peach Good Girl Moonshine - Sugar-free, Low-carb

Quick and easy to make!

Peach Good Girl Moonshine is so delightful and refreshing. It’s a perfect summertime drink and the only thing you need to go along with it is…..a hammock or an ENO. Have you seen ENOS? They are a type of hammock that you can put up anywhere. We were able to visit with some dear friends over the 4th of July and they were telling us about their new ENOS and how much fun they were having with them. I seriously want one… or four.

Picture this peachy, ice-cold drink in a hammock with good company or a good book. Or maybe, with just the good company on the back porch.

Not only is this drink delicious, it’s an all-day sipper!  All-day sippers are drinks that don’t have any fuel that your body would need to burn or store. No fat, no carbs, no protein. Just refreshing goodness and good for you ingredients!

Trim Healthy Mamas this is an FP all-day sipper.

Peach Good Girl Moonshine
 
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Recipe type: Drinks
Serves: 1 quart
Ingredients
  • 1 cup boiling water
  • 2 Peach Passion tea bags (Celestial Seasonings)
  • 2 tablespoons raw apple cider vinegar
  • ½ teaspoon Now Better Stevia or a couple of "donks" of THM Stevia Extract
  • 2 pinches of ginger, add additional amount to suite your taste
  • ice and more water
Instructions
  1. Steep tea bags in 1 cup of hot water in quart jar for 5-10 minutes. Remove tea bags and add apple cider vinegar, stevia, and ginger. Give it a good stir and then add ice and water to fill jar.

Be sure to see my Good Girl Moonshine Recipe Roundup for more varieties.

Peach Good Girl Moonshine - Sugar-free | Low-carb
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10 Comments
  1. Anne Belley

    We will definitely have to try this! We love Metropolitan Tea’s organic loose leaf peach apricot tea.

    • MamaShire (Author)

      Hi Anne! Oh, that sounds simply wonderful. Enjoy!

  2. Lori

    I steep the peach tea with a few hibiscus flowers (dried) and a little oatstraw. Both are said to be beneficial post-menopause. When done steeping, I then add plain seltzer water, to give it a bit of bubbly, and ice. Oh, so yum on these hot TX days! Thanks for the inspiration!

    • MamaShire (Author)

      Hi Lori! That sounds so good with the hibiscus flowers. I have some peach tea steeping right now and I have some hibiscus, so I think I’ll go put some in with my peach tea. I’ve never tried the the oatstraw before. It’s good to know what about the post-menopause help, I definitely need that. 🙂

  3. Sally

    how much fresh ginger

    • MamaShire (Author)

      I’ve used fresh ginger before. When I do, I blend some peeled pieces of ginger in the blender with water and then pour that mixture into an ice cube tray and freeze. Then I can just pop a frozen cube or two in my drink.

  4. Deborah Poole

    Oh my, this sounds delicious! One question though – I cannot handle the taste of ginger due to the taste memories created years ago by using it to help with morning sickness. Any other spices you’d recommend??

    • MamaShire (Author)

      Hi Deborah, you could just leave out the ginger and still get the benefits of the ACV. Maybe you could try adding the ginger in by tiny amounts and see if you can handle it again, maybe. 🙂

  5. Laura

    I was able to give up a longstanding Mt. Dew addiction using this drink. Thanks so much. I’m never going back.

    • MamaShire (Author)

      Laura, that’s wonderful!

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