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Easy Iced Tea Recipes

Go beyond basic black with these easy iced tea recipes. They’re refreshing takes on iced tea made with oolong, hibiscus flower and green tea.Iced Green TeaJasmine Ginger Iced Green Tea
Jasmine green tea with lime, ginger beer and fresh strawberries.

Hibiscus Green Tea SodaHibiscus Green Tea Soda
A mix of green tea and hibiscus herbal tea, lightly sweetened with honey and finished with sparkling water. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Blueberry Hibiscus TeaBlueberry Hibiscus Iced Tea
Steeped hibiscus flowers and blueberries, served over ice with fresh lemon. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Frozen Strawberry Hibiscus TeaFrozen Strawberry Hibiscus Tea
A slushy mix of hibiscus flower tea and strawberries. (from Eating Clean Recipes)

Grapefruit Tea FrappeGrapefruit Oolong Tea Smoothie
Oolong tea blended with grapefruit, orange bitters and ice.

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Grapefruit Oolong Tea Smoothie Recipe

Grapefruit Tea SmoothieI’ve been on an icy drink kick, a sure sign of summer. Whether it’s cold press coffee, fresh squeezed juice or fruit smoothies, I’m always sipping on something cool and refreshing.

My latest drink recipe is the iciest of iced teas. It’s a slushy mix of oolong tea, grapefruit and ice. I love adding a few drops of orange bitters to the mix to heighten the citrus flavor. If I’ve planned ahead, I’ll make ice cubes with oolong tea and use them in the drink. Oolong tea is mild, so the predominant flavor in this tea smoothie is grapefruit. I like to use red or pink grapefruit because they taste sweeter than white grapefruit.

Grapefruit Oolong Tea Smoothie Recipe
1 red or pink grapefruit
1/2 cup brewed oolong tea, chilled
Several drops orange bitters, optional
1 heaping cup ice cubes
Natural sweetener, if desired

Peel, section and juice grapefruit. (Cut grapefruit into supremes- remove all pith. Discard any seeds.) Add grapefruit sections and juice, tea, orange bitters and ice cubes to blender container. Cover and blend until smooth and slushy. Taste and add sweetener, if needed.

Makes about 2 1/2 cups (1 big or 2 small servings)

Tip: Since I like tart drinks, I don’t usually add any sweetener. If you prefer a sweeter drink, try adding a drizzle of pure maple syrup.Grapefruit Tea FrappeMore tea smoothie recipes:
Berry Tea Smoothies from Eating Clean Recipes
Matcha Blueberry Smoothies from Eating Clean Recipes