Hot apple and peppermint tea recipe

Hot apple and peppermint tea
Hot apple and peppermint tea

Hot apple and peppermint tea

Loads of vitamin C and fibre from the apples, plus stress-relieving and digestion-improving chemicals in the mint, make this a deliciously nutritious warming drink. Yes, this is a juice which is served warm, giving the mint a chance to fill your kitchen with its wonderful aroma. (Serves 2)

Eating apples: 4-5 or 500ml commercial apple juice

Fresh peppermint: 1 large stem, plus 2 sprigs to garnish

Wash and juice the apples (there is no need to peel them if they are organic) / Bruise the peppermint stem by pressing with the back of a large wooden spoon / Put the juice and mint into a saucepan and warm gently (don't allow to boil) / Scoop out the mint / Serve with the mint sprigs on top.

Poured into a vacuum flask, this juice is warming in the middle of the day.

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Cleanclover 5 years ago from Piece of land! Author

Yea Apples help you keep awake so have an apple every morning, you will feel fresh and alert. Glad you liked the tea. :-)). Thank you imatellmuva


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imatellmuva 5 years ago from Somewhere in Baltimore

I did it CleanClover...I did it...PURE AWESOMENESS! Apples always went bad on me, and now thanks to you I have a means of using apples for a delicious tea!!


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Cleanclover 5 years ago from Piece of land! Author

All the best imatellmuva. Hope you enjoy it :-)). Thank you!


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imatellmuva 5 years ago from Somewhere in Baltimore

This sounds absolutely MARVELOUS!! I'm going to try this CleanClover...wish me luck!


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Cleanclover 6 years ago from Piece of land! Author

Thank you VictorG. Hope the tea would keep you warm. Enjoy!!! :-))


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VictorG 6 years ago from USA

Wow, that does sound very good and easy to make too! It has gotten pretty cold where I live, so I am always looking for healthy ways to stay warm.

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