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Raspberry Sweet Tea

Raspberry Sweet Tea

  • Beverage

Forget those unhealthy Sweet tea's, this one is a game changer!

  • 10 minutes
  • Serves 3
  • Easy



This Raspberry Sweet Tea is healthy for you! Yup and that is because it is made with honey and organic raspberry tea.

Raspberry Sweet Tea

Staying refreshed and cool in this hot weather can be a challenge. Today I’m sharing my very favorite recipe for a healthier version of sweet tea. 

So you can forget most of those American sweet tea’s which are filled with to much refined sugars and are not good for you.

And try my recipe instead! 

It tastes similar to those other Americanized sweet teas but it is much more healthier for you.

And that is because we are using organic raspberry tea bags.


Raspberry tea can reduce inflammation of the throat and intestines. It also can strengthen your immunity as it contains magnesium, potassium, iron and b-vitamins. Which all helps for nausea, leg cramps, and improving sleep during pregnancy.

Not to mention it also reduces anxiety type symptoms, naturally. 

 I can drink this all Summer long, so refreshing. 


Red raspberry leaf tea has been rumored for centuries to be a“uterine tonic” of sorts. Which works to help pregnant women to help induce labor.

The specific combination of nutrients in Raspberry leaf/tea makes it extremely beneficial for the female reproductive system as well and is high in Vitamin C. 

Even more reason to sip on the healthier version of sweet tea, right?

By omitting the refined sugar that regular sweet tea call for and replacing it with raw honey or agave nectar.

Helps to boost your immune system and omit the refined sugars that most of us are all sick of. 

This way you can sip away all day long, and not feel guilty about a thing. 

I like to brew my tea’s at night, this way it cools down naturally on the shelf.

And come morning I just add my ice cubes and it’s ready to be enjoyed all day. 

Just make sure you using real honey, you will know it’s real because it will be somewhat stiff and not runny.

Raspberry Sweet Tea

Simply melt it directly into your hot brew and it will melt naturally. If you end up giving this a go, do let me know in the comments below.

I would love to see more people switching over and enjoying a healthier version of the very much loved sweet tea. 

So sit back and relax and enjoy a healthy version of Sweet tea.


Raspberry Sweet Tea on the patio chair

Raspberry Sweet Tea

Yield: 3

Forget most of those sugary American Sweet Tea's


  • 8 cups Water
  • 7 Traditional Medicinals Organic Raspberry Leaf
  • 8 tbsp Honey
  • Ice Cubes


  1. Make 1 gallon of unsweetened Tea to do this start by boiling your water and then adding it to an unbreakable pitcher. Add in your tea bags and seep for 10 mins then remove tea bags and discard.
  2. Next, add in the honey and stir till dissolved.
  3. Once your tea has cooled completely, place the pitcher in the fridge and allow it to chill.
  4. Serve over ice, and add some raspberries or mint leaves if you'd like.
  5. Enjoy!
Nutrition Information:
Yield: 3 Serving Size: 1
Amount Per Serving: Calories: 171Total Fat: 0gSaturated Fat: 0gTrans Fat: 0gUnsaturated Fat: 0gCholesterol: 0mgSodium: 28mgCarbohydrates: 46gFiber: 0gSugar: 46gProtein: 0g

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Looking for another Summertime beverage that is healthy for you?

Try my “Dandelion iced tea”

Dandelion Iced Tea


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