14 Refreshing Homemade Iced Tea Ideas

14 Refreshing Homemade Iced Tea Ideas

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During the hot summer days, sipping a cold glass of iced tea is a heavenly experience. There dozen low-calorie ideas will leave you refreshed and ready to battle the summer heat.

Minty iced green tea

Mint leaves add a cool flavor to this tea, full of antioxidants. Many studies have shown that drinking green tea can help fight heart disease and cancer, so savor this iced drink.

Peach and mint iced tea

There is no need to add sugar to this drink. Ripe peaches give the tea its sweet and tangy flavors. You can make this iced tea ahead of time and enjoy a small boost of vitamin C with each glass.

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Blueberry-lemon iced tea

This fruit, full of antioxidants, gives additional sweetness to your tea. Lemon and blueberries provide plenty of tart flavors which is mellowed out by a little bit of sugar.

Iced lavender green tea

Lavender gives a subtle, lovely flavor to this sugar-free, simple green tea. Lavender blossoms can often be found at natural foods stores and farmers’ markets, but you can use dried varieties, too.

Bubble milk tea

Many people like a Starbucks latte. However, this sweetened, delicious beverage will give you a run for your money any day. This milky tea can take the place of dessert, though it doesn’t have a low-calorie count. You will get a sweet treat plus 15% of your calcium.

Slightly sweet tea

Lime and oranges provide a refreshing citrus flavor to this iced tea. The tea is sweetened with honey, meaning you will get some antioxidants while you add sweetness to your tea.

Spiced iced tea

The red hue of this iced tea will definitely impress your guests. In addition, you will need less sugar, since cloves and cinnamon offer plenty of flavors.

Moroccan mint tea

This versatile tea can be served hot or cold, depending on your mood. Smoky and peppery flavors are what make this drink unique.

Green tea and honeydew granita

Try this spiked tea in case you prefer your tea to be a little bit stronger. The frozen texture of this tea is great for steamy days, and the melon liqueur blends in perfectly to create a cocktail, which is calorie-conscious.

Orange and mint iced tea

Toss in some mint leaves and tea along with a bit of lemon juice, orange juice, and sugar, and you have got this sweetly simple tea.

Peach mango white iced tea

This cold peach mango iced tea is full of antioxidants. Drop several pieces of fruit in the glass for a nice presentation.

Lemon blueberry pomegranate iced tea

If you like berries, then iced tea is for you. This tea teams with the flavor of pomegranate and blueberries, with a kick of lemon for good measure.

Fruited iced sun tea

Fruits, such as peaches and strawberries, provide a punch of sweet in this iced tea, complemented by optional lemon, mint, or ginger.

Freshly brewed iced tea with fresh mint

Brew up this recipe with the tea which you prefer. It will taste like summer. And the best of all, it contains just three calories per serving.