Dissolving All The Sugar in Powdered Drinks

If you make instant iced tea, or any kind of powdered drink mix, here's a solution to always having undissolved sugar at the bottom of the pitcher. First measure in however many scoops of mix you need into your pitcher. Then put in a couple inches of HOT tap water and swish it around till all the sugar is dissolved. Then you can add a tray of ice if you have a big enough opening, and fill the rest with cold water. No more weak tasting drinks or sugar at the bottom of the pitcher!


By Kim in NJ


October 1, 20040 found this helpful

I boil equal quantities of water and sugar together for several minutes, until a light to medium syrup is formed, and then store it in the refrigerator, ready for use in cold drinks.

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