Rich in antioxidants, tea is becoming wildly popular. From Indian chai to mint to Southern sweet tea, these easy drink recipes for hot and cold tea are perfect midday or after-meal soothers.
This hot, fruit-flavored tea drink is wonderful on a snowy day.
Adding tea to this low-calorie fruity drink keeps it light. Garnish with a cinnamon stick for holiday appeal.
Your favorite fresh-fruit packs this summer beverage. Garnish with fresh mint before serving.
Frozen strawberries are a great alternative to fresh in this easy-to-make beverage. Be sure to use unsweetened berries.
Your slow cooker has probably earned a permanent position on the countertop this season. Give it a break from stews and roasts to make this aromatic, spicy tea. Honey, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg sweeten and balance out peppercorn, cardamom, and black tea. For a cool twist, serve over ice.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining -- or just refresh your family's thirst -- with this simple fruit-infused tea. Orange and lemon accompany the mint that flavor this summer iced tea.
Liven up your outdoor entertaining with this simple fruit-infused iced tea.
Hosting a party? Make this fruity iced tea ahead. It's easy to double the recipe if entertaining a crowd.
Chase away the cold with this soothing maple-and-cardamom-flavored drink.
Cinnamon and cloves spice this orange-flavored tea.
Mango adds a fresh sweet twist to this flavored low-calorie tea.
This fragrant, slightly tangy hibiscus tea features a symphony of flavors, with bright citrus notes and the sweet warmth of honey and cinnamon. Make a double batch for your next summer gathering, and enjoy this refreshing taste of the Caribbean.
No need to decide between green tea, ginger tea and fruit tea. This warm slow cooker sip combines all three!
Combine iced tea and ginger ale for a refreshing low-calorie drink.
Black tea, milk, and spices make this coffeehouse drink recipe easy to make at home.
This chilled fruity tea is delicious at brunch or summer parties.
For a cool summer sipper, brew up a batch of this refreshingly fruity tea. To release the fresh mint flavor, crush leaves slightly with the back of a spoon.