Crock-Pot Mint Tea

Crock-Pot Mint Tea

Crock-Pot Mint Tea

When we moved into our home a few years ago, the previous owner had chosen to plant as much mint as possible in the flower gardens.    We hadn’t found much use for it, besides smelling it and admiring the ability of mint to survive anything.  We have random people in our neighborhood come right up wanting to know if they can have a bit of it, and we always share because it will grow back no matter what.  My family has been getting into making different herbal tea’s and of course I needed to find a way to incorporate the crock-pot into our tea making thus  Crock-Pot Mint Tea.   This smelled absolutely delicious and tasted just as good.  Very easy to make and fun as well.

Crock-Pot Mint Tea

Rating: 51

Prep Time: 10 minutes

Cook Time: 2 hours, 20 minutes

Total Time: 2 hours, 30 minutes

Yield: 10

Crock-Pot Mint Tea

Ingredients

10 Cups of Water
10 Bags of Peach Herbal Tea
2 Handfuls of Washed Fresh Spearmint Leaves
Sugar, Honey, Stevia or similar to sweeten it.
Lemon Slices

Instructions

  1. Warm Water and Mint on high for 2 hours.
  2. Add 10 bags of herbal peach tea (or any other tea you wish) and steep for 20 minutes.
  3. Add the sweetener of your choosing and add slices of lemon when you serve.
  4. I find it best to sweeten a cup as your drinking it instead of the entire batch.
  5. Can be cooled in the fridge for several hours to make Iced Tea as well.
http://crockpotladies.com/crockpot-mint-tea/

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Comments

  1. Dotty Fulgham says

    Hi Sarah…My family has drunk minted iced sweet tea forever…my favorite. We just crush some fresh mint leaves in the bottom of a pitcher, add the warm sweet tea, cool and serve over ice with lemon. It is the most refreshing drink on a hot summer day. :-)

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