Simple Raspberry Iced Tea With Only 30 Calories

One of the best ways to get through the summer heat is by staying hydrated with cold drinks and this raspberry iced tea is just the thing for you! This recipe is so easy to make, can be ready in less than 5 minutes, and has only 28 calories per serving.

This homemade raspberry tea is also very pleasing to the eye making it the perfect drink to wow your guests for brunch. You can serve this with some iced tea sandwiches or your lunch and dinner.

Raspberry iced tea

Why You’ll Love This Raspberry Iced Tea

Well first off, it’s easy to make and very low in calories which makes it great for most diet plans. Secondly, raspberries contain a good amount of antioxidants which makes them perfect for reducing free radicals and oxidative stress.

This study also shows that raspberries can help slow down the aging process and improve cognitive health. People with inflammation can also benefit from drinking raspberry drinks as well.

Raspberry iced tea ingredients

Simple Raspberry Iced Tea With Only 30 Calories

Ingredients for 1 serving | Total time: 5 minutes

How To Make Raspberry Iced Tea

Boil the water and cut off the heat. Add in the tea bag and let it steep for 1-2 minutes.

how to make raspberry iced tea step 1

Remove the tea bag and mix in the raspberry simple syrup.

how to make raspberry iced tea step 2

Mix both ingredients and pour them over the ice. Garnish with raspberries, and mint leaves and serve with a straw.

Note: You can boil a slice of ginger with the water and add in a little honey to make this even more healthier. Both ingredients also add a delicious taste to this raspberry iced tea.

Raspberry Tea Nutrition Facts

Each serving of this raspberry iced tea has | 28 calories | 0g total fat |0g saturated fat | 0g cholesterol | 0mg sodium | 3.5g total carbs | 0.4g dietary fiber | 3.1g total sugars | 0.1g protein | 2mg calcium | 1011mg potassium | These facts are based on a 2000-calorie diet.

How to Store Your Iced Tea

To store this raspberry iced tea, I recommend making the tea, mixing it with the simple syrup, and placing it in the fridge. Once you are ready to serve, pour the mixture over ice. 

That said, try not to keep the mixture for more than 2 days in the fridge, it tastes better when it’s freshly made.

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There you go, you see how easy it is to make your own raspberry tea at home. I hope you like this recipe, if you do, please let me know all about it in the comments below. You can find me on Threads, Pinterest, and Flipboard for more healthy recipes.

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