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I use maple syrup in so many different ways. It is probably my favorite natural sugar alternative. One of the many things I make with maple syrup is iced tea. (If you’re curious as to why I use so much maple syrup, check here.) Not only is it cheaper to make iced tea yourself, this version is also a healthier iced tea. I make this about every 5 days or so. It makes about 2 liters. It’s prefect if you are trying to replace refined white sugar with natural sweetener options.
1. Add the tea bags to a pot, add 4 cups of water. Bring to a boil.
2. As soon as it is boiling, remove from heat and stir in the maple syrup.
3. Allow to cool. I usually let it sit a couple hours so that it steeps fully and is room temperature. Once cooled, remove tea bags. Add lemon juice to remaining four cups of water. Add the tea and the lemon water to a pitcher. Serve cold.
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