Spotlight Recipe: Lemon-Ginger Iced Tea with Berry Cubes

by in Healthy Recipes, April 25, 2009


It’s insanely — and unseasonably — hot in the northeast today, and tomorrow it’s supposed to be warmer. This iced tea is just what the weatherman ordered. Antioxidant-rich white tea is the base. It gets a boost from fresh lemon slices (vitamin C), chopped fresh ginger (a bit of spice), honey (a simple, natural sugar) and the piece de resistance: frozen raspberry cubes! Okay, I’m too excited about these ice cubes. By the way, this bright bevvy is under 80 calories a serving. Way better than the bottled stuff.

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Comments (2)

  1. Sue says:

    This iced tea recipe looks like a deliciously new way to make a refreshing glass of ice tea. Thanks. I’m going to try it soon.

  2. Kimberly D says:

    I can you make herbal ginger tea this way? White, green or black it don’t matter I don’ drink it only herbal.

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