Ginger Green Tea Recipe


Fast, Healthful, Delicious – What Could Be More Refreshing?

For a couple of minutes of work this ginger green tea recipe requires, you dramatically reduce the amount of sugar you consume in your beverages, pack in your flavor, and gain numerous health benefits from some stunning teas. How do you not try it???

Ginger Green Tea
What a refreshing drink in the heat. Plus ginger works as an appetite suppressant while it stimulates digestion and other systems. Total win! Cut down that sugar by adding flavor - this recipe has about ½ tsp of sugars (2g) for an 8 ounce glass. Not bad for all that yumminess. If the ginger is too strong for you, eliminate the fresh ginger slices and use the tea bags only.
Recipe type: Beverages
Serves: 8
  • 2 quarts water
  • 1 bag green tea
  • 2 bags ginger tea
  • 3 fresh ginger slices, (each slice is an ⅛" thick)
  • 1½ tbsp. high-quality light agave nectar
  1. Put 2 quarts of water and fresh ginger slices into a stainless steel pot.
  2. Bring water to a boil.
  1. When the water and fresh ginger come to a boil, remove the heat.
  2. Add the tea bags, and cover.
  3. Let steep for 20-30 minutes.
  1. After the tea steeps, add the agave nectar.
  2. If you like it sweeter, increase the agave to 2 TBS. Chill and serve.
Other flavor ideas: add fresh mint, orange juice, lemon zest, or basil. Copyright Nourishment Connection 2011
2 Responses to "Ginger Green Tea Recipe"
  1. OK. Parents are visiting this week and a trip to the grocery store is pending! I’m gonna give this a try, I think it will be perfect for a beautiful summer evening. Thank you!!

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