13 Cozy Tea Drinks You’ll Go Crazy For This Winter

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A hot cup of tea is always refreshing, but winter has us craving for something a bit more cozy and comforting. Tea lover or not, these thirteen tea recipes are soothing, energizing, and full of flavor, so you might just find yourself reaching for tea more often this season.

1. Cherry Green Tea Lemonade

An overhead view of two tea mugs and a tea pot on a table next to a container of fresh ginger and another container of holiday cookies.
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Cherry Green Tea Lemonade is a delicious drink that some of you may have tried at Starbucks. But you can make it at home for cheaper, and it’s every bit as delicious.

2. London Fog

A London Fog in a glass mug on a wooden table.
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A good London Fog is a thing of beauty. Making them at home is always the way to go. They are far better than anything you can buy.

3. Hibiscus Tea Lemonade

An up close view of a glass of hibiscus lemonade. A red and white stripped straw sits between ice cubes in the drink.
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While this Hibiscus Tea Lemonade recipe is made with ice for warmer days, it’s equally as delicious served hot for cold winter nights. Give it a try to see what I mean.

4. Chai Latte Tea

Chai Latte in a mug with a cinnamon stick.
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Chai Latte Tea is so easy to make at home. You would think it would be complicated, but it’s the same as making any other cup of tea, just with a few extra, simple ingredients.

5. Fresh Ginger Tea

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Fresh Ginger Tea is wonderful for so many things that might ail you. It’s a good idea to always have fresh ginger on hand anyway.

6. Homemade Honey Ginger Tea

A glass mug filled with honey lemon ginger tea. A jar of honey, a half lemon and a grater with some fresh ginger lay next to the mug.
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Low FODMAP Honey Lemon Ginger Tea is a simple, delicious tea that will warm you from head to toe.

7. Masala Chai

A mug of Masala Chai on a gray surface.
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Pour yourself a cup of this Masala Chai on a chilly evening. The spices will warm you right down to your toes.

7. Dirty Chai

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Let’s make a Dirty Chai Latte Recipe. (Also known as a red-eye chai.) This espresso drink combines coffee and tea in a warm and cozy way that is incredibly delicious.

8. Lavender Milk Tea

A closeup of a glass mug filled with lavender milk tea.
Photo Credit: The Honest Spoonful.

This delicious Lavender Milk Tea is a delicious, comforting mug of warmth in your hands.

9. Spiced Apple Cider Tea

A closeup of a glass mug filled with apple cider tea with a slice of apple floating in it.
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For a twist on an afternoon cup of tea, try this simple idea. Hot apple cider tea is cider mulled with a whole cinnamon stick and brewed with green tea.

10. Matcha Tea

An overhead shot of a glass filled with matcha tea and ice.
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If you are a matcha tea fan, here’s How to make Matcha Tea (hot or iced). It’s a full guide on making matcha tea that you don’t want to skip out on.

11. Red Cappuccino

Two glass mugs filled with red cappuccino. Sugar cube sit in a small bowl next to them.
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If you’re a Rooibos tea lover and haven’t tried a Red Cappuccino yet, this is your chance to make one at home, the cheat’s way.

13. Rose Latte

An overhead view of a rose latte garnished with dried rose petals.
Photo Credit: The Honest Spoonful.

This Rose Latte recipe is a delicious and unique drink that combines the sweetness of rose syrup, hibiscus tea, and creamy milk. You’ll love its floral notes and smooth texture.

Supercharge Your Smoothies

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Wondering what to add to your morning smoothies to make them power your morning just a little bit better? Here are 15 things you can add to your smoothie to make it better.

How To Make Oat Milk At Home

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You don’t have to buy your oat milk at the store. It’s quick, easy, and much cheaper to make it at home. Plus, you won’t have any added preservatives.

How To Make Almond Milk At Home

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If store-bought almond milk always seems bland and not creamy enough, that’s because you need to make it at home instead. Here’s how to get thick, creamy almond milk that works great for your morning coffee.

5 Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes

5 Clean Eating Smoothies To Prep With Frozen Ingredients In Less Than 10 Minutes
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Busy mornings require some quick prep on the weekends. Smoothies are one of the fastest, easiest foods to prep. Here’s how to do it.

This originally appeared on The Gracious Pantry.

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