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Mint Tea

Here is a recipe for quick and easy mint tea. It's really good, and we all love it!

*This recipe makes 1 gallon of tea. If you don't have a gallon pitcher, you should cut it in half.*

Mint Tea

2 handfuls of fresh mint leaves
4 bags of tea
1 1/3 cups of sugar
1 gallon of water

Put the tea and the mint leaves together into a glass bowl. Add just enough water to cover the tops of the tea bags. The mint leaves will float. Cover the bowl with something microwave safe (like a saucer). Microwave for 3 minutes. Leave it covered for 5 more minutes to steep. Put the sugar into the pitcher. Pour the tea in through a strainer. Add enough water to make 1 gallon and stir. I think this tea is best when it is cool to cold, but without ice.

And here is another conversation I heard when I was picking leaves for mint tea.

Pickles: "What are you picking those for?"
Me: "Mint tea."
Pickles: "Oooh! Mint tea!"
Katie-bug (copying Pickles): "Oooh! Mint tea!" Then, after a moment's thought, "Is it gross?''

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  1. Keith Hollar says:

    That conversation is funny.

    Like the new look of the blog.

  2. Mint Tea, sounds good! Thanks for sharing your recipe and your little precious moments! I love hearing the conversations in your home… I shared one where my 2 year old shared his secret with me and his older brother that “An-mals talk to him” and they say “Je-hus” It was sweet!

    Have a great day! and thanks for visiting me, come stop by again soon!!