Teas

Many store bought iced teas are filled with sugars and preservatives, some almost too unappealing to consume. Making your own iced tea is an easy way to allow you to control the amount of sugar in your diet. Below we have outlined 2 popular ways to make iced tea. Experiment with both to find out which method is best for you.

Prepare Ahead of Time

  1. INFUSE: Infuse the tea to recommended instructions, adding sweetener if desired.
  2. CHILL: Pour tea in your favourite pitcher and put in the refrigerator to cool for a minimum of 3 hours.
  3. GARNISH: Slice up a few lemons and limes for the rim of your glass.
  4. SERVE: and enjoy!

 

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  1. INFUSE: Use twice the recommended amount of tea and infuse as normal, adding sweetener if desired.
  2. CHILL: Fill a pitcher with ice, pour hot tea over ice and stir.
  3. GARNISH: A sprig of mint or slices of your favourite fruit will add colour and freshness to your drink.
  4. SERVE: and enjoy!

 

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