5 Healthy and Refreshing Iced Tea Recipes you will love this summer!

With Christmas holidays in the rearview mirror and summer temperatures rising, it’s time to add some chilled, healthy and refreshing drinks to your summer day. Loaded with fruit, garnished with herbs, and bursting with flavour, here are 5 Healthy and Refreshing Iced Tea Recipes you are going love.



Miss Marzipan – Infused Iced Green Tea

I found this delicious recipe by Miss Marzipan that trust me, you will want to try out! (plus all her other amazing food recipes). Green Tea is so ridiculously good for you in a million ways, using it in your summer iced tea is super beneficial and your body will love you for it! Need some Green Tea? Mummy tea’s Beauty time tea is just what you will need, plus its organic!


  • 500 ml water.
  • 1 organic green teabag.
  • 1 lime.
  • 1 bunch fresh mint leaves.
  • 1 handful blueberries (fresh or frozen), optional.
  • 500 ml sparkling mineral water.


1. Boil water and let cool for 10 minutes. Add the teabag and half of the mint leaves and let tea steep for 5 to 10 minutes, depending on how strong you’d like your tea infusion to be. Remove teabag and mint leaves from the infusion.

2. Squeeze the juice of half a lime into the tea. Cut the remaining half into slices and set aside.

3. When the tea has cooled completely, add the reserved lime slices and blueberries.

4. Just prior to serving, mix the tea infusion with the sparkling water. Add the rest of the mint leaves and ice cubes.


Mummy Tea – Fruit Iced Tea

This is an easy way of making Iced Tea, you can pretty much use any fruit you have…well, except bananas that would be horrid, don’t get me wrong I LOVE Bananas but just not in iced tea or any tea for that matter🍌 My personal favourites are peaches, strawberries, oranges and lemons.

To make Iced Tea: Just pick your favourite flavour tea bag, prepare in a large (4 cup) jug and cool. Add ice and your Fav summer fruits and herbs! Tip: Adding Mint is always delish, refreshing and is jam packed with antioxidants! If your after a sweeter taste then a little honey, about 1 teaspoon to a cup will be fine and to top it off Add a splash of sparkling water for an extra refreshing lift.


Mummy Tea – Detox Iced Tea

To much of nana’s pavlova over the holidays? yep me to! Try this mummy tea detox Iced tea recipe, Its super easy and will have you feeling like your old self, well at least until Easter🐰

Did you know – Lemon contains ascorbic acid, which helps to detoxify the body, aid digestion, keeps your skin glowing and has vitamin C which stimulates white cell production to boost the immune system. Whats not to love about this little yellow friend!


  • 4 cups of Mummy Tea Detox time, chilled 
  • 8 fresh mint leaves
  • 1 lemon sliced
  • 1 lime sliced
  • Ice cubes


  • In a jar, place the lemon and lime slices as well as the mint.
  • Fill the jar with ice cubes and the cold tea, and stir gently.
  • Chill in the refrigerator for 4 to 6 hours before serving.
  • Add a splash of sparkling water for an extra refreshing lift.


Mummy Tea – Chamomile and Orange Iced Tea

Need to lower the summer stress levels? Research suggests that drinking five cups of chamomile tea a day may help treat anxiety disorders Plus its been found that simply smelling a sweet orange can lower anxiety in moments of freak outs. Kinda weird thinking of someone in the kitchen just sniffing on an orange…. But hey if it works, why not! Try this great calming Iced tea recipe.


  • 4 cups of Mummy Tea Calm Time Tea, chilled (includes chamomile)
  • 4 fresh mint leaves
  • 2 oranges sliced
  • Ice cubes


  • In a jar, place the orange and mint.
  • Fill the jar with ice cubes and the cold tea, and stir gently.
  • Chill in the refrigerator for 2 hours before serving.
  • Add a splash of sparkling water for an extra refreshing lift.

Mummy Tea – Mango Summer Iced Tea

Hands up if you have a crazy amount of Mangoes in your fridge? My house is loaded with them in summer so here is just one extra way you can use them! No backyard hose wash downs are needed for this mango experience.😉


  • 1 litre water
  • 3 tea bags (Our Energy Time tea is perfect for this iced tea with Organic Green Rooibos tea leaves, Mango, Orange Peel, Cinnamon, Ginger and Cardamom)
  • 2 mangoes
  • lemon juice
  • Sparkling water


  • Boil water, add tea bags and let steep for 10mins and put into fridge to cool.
  • Peel and dice ripe mangoes and blend until smooth.
  • Once tea is cooled Remove teabags and add mango puree.
  • Add lemon juice to taste.
  • Pour into glass and top up with sparkling water.

I hope you love these refreshing Iced Tea recipes as much as my I do and remember there are no stead fast rules with Iced tea, create them using your own personal taste, then sit back, relax and hope hubby comes home soon to settle the monsters, I mean angels down for the day while you day dream of being on tropical island. Oh and if you have any iced tea recipes you would like to share I would love to hear them!

xo Bec


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NOTE: This blog is not intended to replace the advice of a qualified healthcare practitioner. All information contained in this blog is the opinion of mummy tea and is not to be interpreted as medical advice. Consult your prenatal care provider to discuss using any herbal products during your pregnancy.