Raspberry & Mint Tea by Joanne Turner

Dietary Guidelines: , , , , , ,

Print Friendly, PDF & Email



A beautifully refreshing fruity tea.  Good for digestion and a vitamin c hit with the rapberries!


  • 4 fresh peppermint leaves
  • 2 tablespoons fresh or frozen raspberries
  • 1 teaspoon honey
  • 1 cup (250ml) boiling water





  1. Thinly slice peppermint leaves and place in a large mug.
  2. Add raspberries and honey.
  3. Pour over hot water and allow flavours to infuse for 1 minute or longer, if you prefer a more intense flavour.
  4. Strain drink if desired and serve. Reheat if cooled for too long


Health tip:  Peppermint can help with indigestion.  Raspberries are rich in vitamin C.

Cook’s tip: Leave out the raspberries to make a natural peppermint tea.  ❖ Replace raspberries with 2 slices of fresh lemon.  Plain mint leaves can be used in place of

Kids & Teens: Special occasion food

Nutritional Analysis

Per serve, energy 144 kJ, protein 0.4g, fat 0.1g, saturated fat 0.1g, cholesterol0mg, carbohydrate 7.3g, fibre 1.4g, sodium 2.5mg, GI low

Pregnancy (Joanne Turner)

Recipe taken from Pregnancy by Joanne Turner.

Click here to find out how to purchase this book

Click here to read Joanne’s article on Pregnancy Health

Click here to read Joanne’s blog

Click here for Joanne’s recipes



You should always closely check that the ingredients in this recipe are suitable for any health and dietary conditions for all those who will be consuming the food and check with your health care professional if you are unsure.  Recipe dietary guideline categories are intended as a guide only. Please refer to our Terms of Use for further information.