Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea 

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Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea 

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Ingredients

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5 tea bags Hibiscus tea
7 cups Water
1 tbsp per cup Raspberries
Ice Cubes
Sweetener
2 cups White Cranberry juice
5 tbsp Agave nectar
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Refreshing Hibiscus Iced Tea

  • 35 min
  • Serves 4
  • Easy

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Looking for a healthy yet refreshing drink? Well look no further than this iced raspberry hibiscus tea. It’s healthy, cooling and super tasty!

Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea 

No wonder hawaiian people love it so much, this flower is so very special. To make this drink, you will want to start by brewing some hibiscus tea, then simply set it aside to cool down and do it’s magic.

Traditionally hibiscus tea is sweetened with agave nectar or honey, and though both those options are great. However today I’m sweetening mine with “white cranberry juice”, which I highly recommend you try. I absolutely love this combination. 

Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea 

Packed full of Vitamin C hibiscus tea is a smart tea to be sipping on. Want to learn more about the health benefits of this refreshing tea?

Be sure to check the following link out below. This recipe will make ruffly 2 litres of hibiscus iced tea, and a bit more if you add the “white cranberry juice” enough to share with a few people or enjoy yourself throughout the day.

Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea 

Awww that is refreshing!

 

I like to use Ocean Spray “White Cranberry” Juice to sweeten it up

Image result for ocean spray white cranberry juice

Iced Raspberry Hibiscus tea  on the rocks

Note: Double this recipe up and store it in a container in your fridge to last throughout the week.

 

Check out all the Healthy” benefits of hibiscus tea” here.

 

 


 

 

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Steps

1
Done

To make the tea with dried hibiscus:

In a container, place 5 tbsp of hibiscus tea leaves.

Add 7 cups of hot water and allow it to steep for 30 minutes.

Tea will turn a dark red color then you know its ready.

Strain tea and place in a large jug

Add in 5 tbsp of your sweetener of choice

OR add in two cups of "White Cranberry Juice"

Fill a tall glass 1/4 of the way with frozen raspberries and ice cubes.

Pour your tea over top.

Serve and enjoy!

2
Done

To make the tea with tea bags:

In a container, place 5 hibiscus tea bags.

Add 7 cups of hot water and allow it to steep for 30 minutes.

Tea will turn a dark red color then you know its ready.

Remove the tea bags and place tea in a large jug

Add in 5 tbsp of your sweetener of choice

OR add in 2 cups of "White Cranberry Juice"

Add in the frozen raspberries and ice cubes to a tall glass.

Pour your tea over top

Serve and enjoy!

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