Cool down this summer with Tea infused popsicles

Who doesn’t love a popsicle? Give the old favourite a healthy twist by adding a touch of delicious gourmet teas to make iced tea popsicles.

The last few days of summer may seem unbearable. So instead of being miserable with the heat, cool down with a popsicle. And if you want to get a health kick out of your indulgence, make sure you infuse them with a high quality loose leaf green or herbal tea. Here are a few of our favourite recipes.

Berry and Mango popsicle


2 mangoes

3 Gardner Street Berry Good silken tea bags

Honey to taste, if needed


  1. Cold-brew the Berry Good tea.
  2. Cut the mangoes into small pieces without the skin and run it through a grinder to get a smooth pulp.
  3. Pour the pulp in the moulds until they are half full and let it get to a semi-frozen state.
  4. Put in a popsicle stick and pour the cold-brewed tea to fill the rest of the mould and freeze till firm.
  5. Pop your popsicle out of the mould and enjoy!

Raspberry Green Tea popsicle


A handful of raspberries

3 Gardener Street Glow silken tea bags

Honey to taste, if needed


  1. Cold-brew the Glow tea.
  2. Place some raspberries in the popsicle mould and pour the tea over it.
  3. When the mould is half full, place a popsicle stick.
  4. Fill the mould to the brim and freeze until firm.
  5. Remove them from the mould and munch away!

Creamy Rooibos popsicle


2 tsp Gardner Street South African Rooibos

3 cups Greek yogurt (We recommend Epigamia Natural Greek Yogurt)

Honey to taste


  1. Cold-brew the Rooibos tea.
  2. In a mixing bowl, whisk the yogurt and the cold-brewed tea together until smooth.
  3. Pour the mixture into the moulds until they are half full.
  4. Place a popsicle stick in the moulds, fill up to the brim and freeze until firm.
  5. Take them out of the moulds and cool down.

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