Theresa's Mixed Nuts: Fall for Cranberry Mint Tea

Friday, November 6, 2020

Fall for Cranberry Mint Tea

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Now that it's November, are we over pumpkin spice everything yet? For me, it's time to move on to cranberry. With Thanksgiving on our heels, I am all about cranberry everything right now. From smoothies to bread to eating it right out of the can. And yes, canned cranberry is about one of the few things that I prefer over homemade. You all know that I start each morning with a hot cuppa tea, so I thought I'd give this Cranberry Mint Tea recipe from Golden Blossom Honey a try this week over my traditional English Breakfast Tea. 
 
 
I'm not big on fruit juice because it tends to mess with my digestive system, but I snuck some of Jason's diet cranberry juice out of the fridge, which I can tolerate a lot better than the sugary filled ones. With the weather dipping now, I found I quite liked the warm, festive flavor of the season and have made this tea several times this week already. I think it might make for a great after Thanksgiving meal treat. If you don't want to indulge in more calories by cramming pie and cookies down your throat, this tea will help you get over the sweet cravings and settled down for the night. Or, have it with a slice of your favorite pie. YOLO. (Is that still a thing? LOL)

Ingredients

2 cups brewed herbal mint tea
2 cups cranberry juice cocktail
1/4 cup GOLDEN BLOSSOM HONEY
4 fresh mint leaves, for garnish
 


 
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How do you beat the sweet cravings after the Thanksgiving meal? Or, do you just give in and indulge?



36 comments:

  1. Such inviting photos! I'm waiting for Lipton to go on discount but not only that is hasn't, it even got more expensive last week LOL I've hated most of the tea I bought this year, but then again I'm very hard to satisfy when it comes to tea.

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    1. I am picky with my tea too. I tried a new Darjeeling and hated it. Had to go back to my regular brand. Lipton is usually pretty inexpensive here, but I imagine that since we're on the verge of lock down again, especially when the new president takes over, grocery prices are going to skyrocket and we won't be able to find toilet paper again.

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    2. I'm sad for the situation in your country, you are now in the same shit as we are with our Spinochio of the president who rigs every election, at our elections he even sends hooligans to beat people up at election places and nobody does anything because the cunt of our public attorney works for him.

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  2. Adoro las infusiones.
    Que lindo color te quedo :-)))))

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  3. we drink mint tea regularly.... good for health.
    I will try your recipe...thank you.

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    1. I do love plain mint tea, especially when I have an upset stomach!

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  4. I’ve never heard of the mint and cranberry combination. I might give it a try! I’m not much for the big turkey day carb fest, but I do love pie. I always make pumpkin and a sour cherry berry pie.

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    1. Sour Cherry Berry Pie sound amazing! I think cherry pie is in my top 4 of favorite pie flavors. I was never big on turkey either. I'm more of a side dish/dessert kind of girl. But give me all the dinner rolls. Carbs don't count for me on Thanksgiving LOL!

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  5. Yeah, some of them aren't the best for my digestive system either. Can't say I've heard YOLO used in a while lol

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    1. I guess I'm kicking it old school 2018 with the yolo lately :)

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  6. Oh my gosh, cranberry everything for me, please. And I love this tea!!

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    1. I could eat cranberry every day and never tire of it!

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  7. I'm not too big on cranberries, but that tea is such a pretty color that I'd have to try it! I indulge, and that's probably even an understatement. I spend HOURS cooking and I'm going to try everything twice. lol

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    1. I've seen your Thanksgiving prep and food list. It exhausts me. I don't know how you do it all!

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  8. Just the sound of this tea gets me going, but when you suggest that it'd go well with a slice of pie, I'm fully on board!

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  9. I thimnk it's yummy. Thank you very much for recipe. I'm your new follower ) Please follow me back: beauty4fem.blogspot.com Glad to meet you, Victoria

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  10. This looks so good! I'm a big fan of fruit teas. I can't wait to try this.
    xoxo
    Lovely
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  11. this item looks so jummy that I would like to eat my monitor:) follow;) hope U follow back!

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  12. Really sounds delicious I love cranberry!! xo hugs

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  13. This does look goooood! I've been making kombucha. I've done 2 batches so far. It's not hard. Just lots of steps. It starts with tea. That's why I thought of it.

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    1. I'd like to try homemade kombucha. I bought a lot from Fresh Thyme, but I'm out now. It has so many great health benefits!

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  14. Usually indulge. But this year I'm going to try to not make as much sweet stuff. No big gatherings.

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