Want a hot and comforting (or cool and refreshing) beverage? You’re sure to find the perfect tea recipe in this epic roundup!
When you think of tea, the first thing you think of is probably a hot cup of herbal infusion. Hot beverages are perfect for an afternoon pick-me-up or bedtime relaxer. There’s no end to the flavors and medicinal properties you can infuse in a cup of hot water. In this roundup you’ll find floral infusions, chai, green, and even cranberry!
But let’s not forget about iced beverages. Of course any hot tea can be poured over ice, but the best cold infusions are ones that include plenty of citrus, honey, and cooling herbs such as peppermint and spearmint.
There’s a recipe that includes pineapple in this roundup that’s sure to please, and a couple of popsicle recipes for when you really need that cooling power.
Tea is not just a comforting warm drink or cooling iced beverage, though. Depending on which herbs you incorporate into your blend, you can get lots of different medicinal qualities in a hot or cold brew.
That’s why you’ll find blends in this list that not only taste delicious but are also great for sleep, stress, energy, immunity, digestion, and detoxification. So whether you’re hosting a summer cookout, or a fancy brunch, or just reading a book, there’s a recipe for every occasion in this list!
How To Make the Perfect Cup of Tea
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Lemon Mint Iced Tea
Cool off on a warm day with this refreshing iced tea with lemon, lime, and mint.
Recipe: Lemon Mint Iced Tea
Coconut Masala Chai Tea
This dairy-free coconut milk-based chai tea recipe uses black tea and a pinch of traditional chai masala (spice blend).
Recipe: Coconut Masala Chai Tea
Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Tea
Need to reduce inflammation? Try this turmeric tea recipe featuring ginger, orange, and black pepper. Lots of healing ingredients here!
Recipe: Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Tea
Chai Tea with Coconut Cream
Want to make your own chai mix? You’ll love this hot and comforting tea served with coconut cream and sweetened with xylitol instead of refined sugar.
Recipe: Chai Tea with Coconut Cream
Cranberry Spice Tea
Get your superfoods and antioxidants with this cranberry spice tea. It has a beautiful red hue and packed with nutrition.
Recipe: Cranberry Spice Tea
What is kombucha? It’s a refreshing and slightly bubbly fermented tea drink. It’s full of probiotics and beneficial acids. It’s also the perfect alternative to fight sugary soda cravings.
Recipe: Homemade Kombucha
On the AIP or other healing diet? Or perhaps you’re sensitive to caffeine? Try this chicory tea that mimics the yummy flavor of coffee.
Recipe: Herbal Coffee
Chai Pumpkin Spice Latte
Make your chai tea more exciting by turning it into a coffee-free pumpkin spice latte!
Recipe: Chai Pumpkin Spice Latte
Decaf Dandelion Cacao Latte
This dandelion and cacao drink mimics the flavor of a mocha but doesn’t require dairy, coffee, or refined sugar.
Recipe: Decaf Dandelion Cacao Latte
Thai Iced Tea
Assam tea, star anise, and cardamom make this orange-hued tea full-bodied and delicious. It’s topped with creamy coconut milk to keep it dairy-free.
Recipe: Thai Iced Tea
Iced Peach Tea
Peach tea, sliced peaches and a sprig of mint are all you need for this delightful iced tea.
Recipe: Iced Peach Tea
Matcha Green Tea Almond Milk
Make homemade almond milk more exciting and nutritious with a little bright green and very nutritious matcha.
Recipe: Matcha Green Tea Almond Milk
If you like bulletproof coffee, you’ll love this version made with tea instead of coffee, grass-fed butter, and collagen protein.
Recipe: Butter Tea
A homemade peach, raspberry, and honey syrup flavors fresh peach tea that gets topped with frozen peach slices for a truly refreshing beverage.
Recipe: Bellini Tea
AIP Chai Tea Concentrate
If you’re on the AIP, you have to make a batch of this homemade chai concentrate. Trust.
Recipe: AIP Chai Tea Concentrate
Naturally Sweet Tea
Reinvent the Southern favorite by sweetening with natural sugar-rich dates!
Recipe: Naturally Sweet Tea
DIY After-Dinner Digestive Tea
Try this unique combo of spearmint and licorice to naturally aid digestion after a large meal.
Recipe: DIY After-Dinner Digestive Tea
Lavender Iced Tea
Need something to quench your thirst? Drink a cool cup of this fragrant lavender and Earl Grey tea. The herbs pair perfectly together and will leave you relaxed and stress-free.
Recipe: Lavender Iced Tea
Nettle Cinnamon Herbal Tea Infusion
Need to up your iron intake? Do it naturally with this herbal infusion that combines natural sources of iron and vitamin C.
Jack Frost Tea
Love mint? Try this tea that combines peppermint and spearmint. Great for digestion and energy.
Recipe: Jack Frost Tea
Rosy Black Tea
This gorgeous black tea infusion with rose petals is perfect for a tea party or a cozy night in.
Recipe: Rosy Black Tea
Homemade Russian Tea
Fresh citrus, cinnamon, cloves, and black tea come together in this comforting beverage that’s perfect for a snow day.
Recipe: Homemade Russian Tea
Schisandra Five-Flavor Tea
Need some adrenal support? Whip up this powerful tea full of adaptogenic herbs.
Recipe: Schisandra Five-Flavor Tea
Immune-Boosting Elderberry Herbal Tea
Want a little immune support for a winter or spring cold? Look no further than this elderberry recipe.
Floral Herbal Tea
This beautiful blend is full of edible flowers and makes a wonderful gift or beverage for a special occasion.
Recipe: Floral Herbal Tea
Lemon Ginger Tea
This soothing classic is great for inflammation and immune health.
Recipe: Lemon Ginger Tea
Apple Crisp Tea
The flavors of baked apple crisp in a cup of tea: too good to be true? Definitely not! This recipe uses dried apples and cinnamon to infuse these wonderful flavors into a hot beverage.
Recipe: Apple Crisp Tea
Pineapple Ginger Iced Tea
This refreshing take on iced tea is brightened up with pineapple and ginger.
Recipe: Pineapple Ginger Iced Tea
Coffee Jelly Iced Tea
Try this healthy take on bubble tea that uses gut-healing gelatin instead of tapioca.
Recipe: Coffee Jelly Iced Tea
Cherry Chia Kombucha
Change up your kombucha routine with with a little tart cherry juice and chia seeds!
Recipe: Cherry Chia Kombucha
Iced Rooibos with Chia Seeds
Want a take on bubble tea that doesn’t take a lot of effort to make? You’ll love this simple recipe.
Recipe: Iced Rooibos with Chia Seeds
Chamomile and Ginger Popsicles with Lemon and Honey
Freeze chamomile and ginger tea in popsicle molds with some lemon and honey for the perfect throat-soothing treat.
Homemade Red Chai Tea
This chai tea uses caffeine-free rooibos instead of black tea.
Recipe: Homemade Red Chai Tea
Fresh Mint Tea
Sometimes all you need is a cup of tea made with simple fresh mint and a drizzle of honey!
Recipe: Fresh Mint Tea
Homemade Dried Fruit and Herb Tea
Citrus, ginger, mint, and dried cranberries come together in this homemade herbal mix to aid in digestion.
Sweet Dreams Tea
Can’t sleep? Try one of these herbal blends before bed to help with relaxation.
Recipe: Sweet Dreams Tea
Iced Matcha Watermelon
Sweet watermelon puree is layered with bright green matcha tea for a colorful and nutritious spin on a classic.
Recipe: Iced Matcha Watermelon
Lemongrass Hibiscus Tea
This energizing and immune-boosting tea has a beautiful color and wonderful floral-citrus aroma.
Recipe: Lemongrass Hibiscus Tea
Healing Turmeric Ginger Cinnamon Tea
A combo of ginger, turmeric, cinnamon, honey, and coconut oil that’s both detoxifying and energizing.
Ginger Mint Green Iced Tea
Your classic cup of lemon and ginger gets an upgrade with mint and green tea, making it the perfect midday refresher.
Recipe: Ginger Mint Green Iced Tea
Spiced Black Tea
This spiced black tea recipe with lemon and honey is full of fragrant herbs and spices.
Recipe: Spiced Black Tea
Raspberry Green Tea Popsicles
The flavors of green tea and raspberries go oh-so well together. Combine them with a little honey and freeze in popsicle molds for a summertime treat!
80 Gourmet Paleo Recipes from
a Professional Chef trained at Le
Cordon Bleu in Paris
80 Gourmet Paleo Recipes
from a Professional Chef
trained at Le Cordon Bleu