10 Recipes to Help You Savor the Moment


When was the last time you savored the moment? From sipping tea to spending time with your kids to focusing on "me time," there are plenty of ways to savor the moment every day. Throughout the past few months, Mom It Forward enlisted the help of 10 bloggers to spread the word about Tradewinds Slow-Brewed Iced Tea, along with their favorite ways to savor the moment. As part of the ambassador campaign, the 10 bloggers each wrote three blog posts.

Tradewinds Iced Tea knows these moments. Not only do they enhance them with each sip, the product is slow-brewed to amplify every ounce of flavor. Tradewinds Tea believes that these moments—no matter where they happen or who they are shared with—should be savored to the last drop.

Each batch of Tradewinds Slow-Brewed Iced Tea is slow-brewed using real tea leaves. Tradewinds Slow-Brewed Iced Tea is available in 18.5 oz bottles or gallon sizes, both of which are perfect for enjoying with your family and friends, and it comes in a variety of flavors like Raspberry, Hint of Lemon, Green Tea with Honey, Sweet Tea and Unsweet Tea. See all of their tea flavors here.

10 Recipes to Help You Savor the Moment

Here are some really creative blog posts that the bloggers wrote as part of the campaign:

Brown Sugar Shortbread Recipe by Chaos is Bliss


Apple Cheddar Quesadillas by My No-Guilt Life


Unsweet Iced Tea Fruit Popsicles by Simply Sherryl


Beer-Steamed Littleneck Clams by Cooking With Mamma C


Black Iced Tea Lemonade With Mint by It's Free At Last


Grilled Cheese by Carissa Shaw


Honey Lemon Green Tea Popsicles by Meatloaf and Melodrama


Cranberry Apple Walnut Chicken Salad by Meatloaf and Melodrama


Peachy Pumpkin Scones by Cooking With Mamma C


Sweet Tea Spritzer by Reasons to Skip the Housework


Be sure to follow Tradewinds Tea on all of their social media accounts. And, be sure to check out all of the campaign activity by following the hashtags: #MomentsToSavor #TradewindsTea.

What's your favorite recipe to help you savor the moment?

Disclaimer: This post was sponsored by Tradewinds Tea. However, all thoughts and opinions are our own.

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