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5 Low Sugar and No Sugar Iced Tea Recipes

June 5, 2018

June is National Iced Tea month. For many iced tea drinkers, sweet tea has become a favorite. While tasty, sweet tea can contain as much sugar as soda pop. Don't fret if you're following a low glycemic diet. In this blog, we provide 5 low-sugar and no-sugar iced tea recipes to keep you hydrated and satisfied. Recipes start with your preferred iced tea method – whether it’s cold-brew, loose leaf and an infuser or hot water poured over bags. Watching your caffeine intake? Choose decaffeinated black tea or green tea. To make these beverages even healthier, use Fifty50 Crystalline Fructose instead of sugar for delicious flavor and a Glycemic Index of 19 versus table sugar at 65 - keeping your blood sugar steady. Grab a glass (or two) and enjoy!

Orange and Mint Iced Tea

For a sweet simple tea, mix mint leaves, lemon juice, orange juice and a bit of sugar or crystalline fructose for the right amount of sweetness. Get the recipe at Everyday Musing.

Cherry Basil Iced Tea

Fruits and herbs create a sweet and savory twist for your taste buds in this flavorful summery beverage. Get the recipe at Yummly.

Thai Iced Tea

For an exotic delicious drink that’s smooth and cool, blend cardamom, condensed milk, half-and-half and your favorite tea. Get the recipe at Food Network.

Blueberry-Lemon Iced Tea

Add blueberry and lemon juice to iced tea for a fruity refreshing treat. Keep it healthy with crystalline fructose in place of sugar. Get the recipe at Southern Living

Perfect Peach Iced Tea

Tea and three simple ingredients make for a perfectly peachy delight for hot summer days. Get the recipe at Minimalist Baker.

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