Sleepy-Time Tummy Tea
photo by Sharon123
- Ready In:
- Fill a 10-12 oz cup with hot tap water.
- Spoon all ingredients into a fresh coffee filter (I wouldn't recommend a tea-ball, the ginger and cinnamon will pass right through), tie it off with a twist-tie or cord, and cover.
- Call HazMat (or clean up the baby's mess yourself).
- When the mess is all cleaned up, the tea should be ready.
- For children, you can add a spoon-full of sugar to make it taste more attractive (don't worry, this does NOT detract from the sedative effect of the catnip).
- By this time it should also be cool enough to give to a baby, but give it a test first.
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I'm a stay-at-home mom in Arizona. To earn a little side money, I promote lingerie at private home showings. My favorite cookbook is the Better Homes and Gardens Cookbook. I inherited my grandmother's, and it's been a mainstay in my home. I love to try new recipes, but I have a lot of limitations as far as my husband's allergies (nuts, citrus, melons). I love recipes that let me sneak veggies into the kids without their knowledge!