On a hot day, anything frozen feels like a special treat. My daughters are both big fans of hibiscus tea, so I thought I would concoct a popsicle featuring the herbal brew.
My experiment paid off: the entire family loved them. These popsicles are simple to make, tasty, and incredibly low in calories. A perfect way to beat the heat.
See the recipe and the calorie count.
- 1 tea bag Passion Tea by Tazo, or another hibiscus tea
three fresh mint leaves
1 teaspoon agave nectar
1/2 cup apple juice
- Brew tea bag in one cup of water for ten minutes, adding mint leaves after five minutes.
- Discard mint leaves and stir in agave nectar, then mix in apple juice.
- Pour into popsicle molds and freeze until frozen, about three hours.
Makes four popsicles.
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