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10 Easy Tea Recipes

By: Editors of FaveHealthyRecipes.com

Get all of the health benefits drinking black tea and green tea provides with these 10 Easy Tea Recipes. From green and herbal tea to black organic tea, these easy healthy recipes are perfect for the menu for a tea party or any event.

10 Easy Tea Recipes

  1. Lemonade Iced Tea - When refreshing lemonade is fused with refreshing iced tea, what do you get? One of the tastiest recipes for making iced green tea around.
     
  2. Vanilla Almond Iced Tea - For a refreshing change of pace, make this tasty iced tea. The infusion of vanilla and almond makes this a delicious, sweet treat.
     
  3. Southern-Style Sweet Tea - One glass of this southern sweet tea recipe will dissolve your cares away.
     
  4. Slow Cooker Spiced Apple Iced Tea - Think outside the tea kettle with this great iced tea recipe.
     
  5. Tofu Green Tea Ice Cream - Made with tofu, soy milk and honey instead of sugar, this ice cream is a healthy alternative to the standard.
     
  6. Simply Ginger Tea - Great for a long day when you just want to sit back, kick up your feet and enjoy a nice cup of tea.
     
  7. Amaretto Slushie - The light fruit-juice concentrates mean it won't pack in a ton of calories, so it's perfect for a hot summer day...or any day.
     
  8. Easy Chai Tea - Use organic tea to up the flavor in this homemade chai tea recipe.
     
  9. Bubble Tea - Sweet and filling, this is one of the best tea drink recipes to finish a feast.
     
  10. Iced Rhubarb Tea - This is the best iced tea recipe without tea.

Benefits of Drinking Tea

Health: There are plenty of health benefits drinking black tea and other teas provide.Tea is chock full of antioxidants, can help keep you heart healthy and can even protect against cancer. Tea also promotes strong bones and a healthy smile too.

Energy: Tea does have caffeine, but not as much as coffee and most other caffeinated beverages. Tea will give you a slight jolt of energy, but not enough that will have you crash hours later. Plus, unlike other caffeine drinks, tea does not have enough caffeine to dehydrate you.

Weight: Unsweetened tea is naturally free of calories, and some studies suggest that tea can actually boost your metabolic rate too, meaning you burn more calories drinking a cup of tea than drinking an equal amount of water.

 

 

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I love tea, hot or iced! There are health benefits to drinking tea, especially herbal teas, as they contain many antioxidants. I also use a sugar substitute in my tea. Tea does contain some caffeine, however not as much as coffee or other caffeinated drinks. I like that it keeps me hydrated and is better tasting than water!

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