Green Tea and Berry Slushie

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Recipe by COOKGIRl

Woman's Day, June 2006. A super healthy drink, packed with lots of vitamins! Although not a very sweet drink, this slushie has just the right amount of a subtle hint of green tea. I brew the tea the night before then chill until the next morning. Use any combination of berries-raspberries, strawberries, blueberries, etc.

Top Review by UmmBinat

Wonderful, yummy healthy and fresh tasting drink. I used a good brand of fully frozen berries as I didn't realise they were meant to be partially thawed. Next time I would partially thaw as to not have such a freezing drink but my banana was also from the fridge. It wasn't a big deal. I did not steep the green tea as long as I didn't see that until after. I would steep it longer than 3 minutes next time but maybe not the full 10. I thought any kind of tea is not good for us if we steep it too long? My organic green tea package said to steep 2-3 minutes in boiled water that had sat for 1-2 minutes. I used unpasteurised local honey in a bit bigger amount just as a preference. I will make this again. Made for Ramadan Tag 2010.

Ingredients Nutrition

  • 1 12 cups organic brewed green tea, chilled (read *NOTE)
  • 2 cups frozen mixed berries, partially thawed
  • 12 small banana, cut up into large chunks
  • 12-1 tablespoon honey or 12-1 tablespoon agave nectar


  1. *NOTE: I used three tea bags of Traditional Medicinals brand Organic Green Tea with Ginger. The original recipe specified six tea bags and three full tablespoons of honey. I toned it down a little.
  2. Brew the tea and let steep for 10 minutes; covered. Remove tea bags, allow tea to cool down then refrigerate.
  3. Place all ingredients in a blender and process until smooth.

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