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Chilled Minty Green Tea Recipe

Chilled Minty Green Tea Recipe

Posted on: 21 Apr 2023

Glass of tea with mint leaves and lemon slices on a table with more mint leaves and lemon slices.

Total: 15m | Prep: 5m | Serves: 6

Nutritional Information: 36 calories, 5mg sodium, 9g carbohydrates, 18mg calcium, <1mg iron, 29mg potassium, 3mg vitamin C

It's National Tea Day! Chilled decaffeinated green tea is a drink you can make at home to help you stay hydrated. The mint serves as a soothing herb.

4 cups boiling water + 2 cups cold water
4 green decaffeinated tea bags
2 sprigs of fresh mint
2 cups of ice
1 lemon, sliced for serving
Optional: 3 tablespoons of honey

1. Boil 4 cups of water in a saucepan or the microwave. Add tea bags and mint sprigs. Let the tea soak for up to 10 minutes.
2. Remove the tea bags and mint.
3. To ice the tea, put it in a pitcher and add 2 cups of ice and 2 cups of cold water.

Serve with lemon slices or more mint! If you like warm tea, simply heat it up again and enjoy!

For more great recipes, check out our Living Healthy Cookbook with Information about Urologic Cancers Cookbook.

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