Homemade Ginger Tea

Discover the warm and invigorating world of my Homemade Ginger Tea! As a fellow tea lover, I can’t help but adore this soothing beverage. Made with freshly sliced ginger, your preferred sweetener, and an optional lemon wedge, it’s a quick, delightful concoction that’s perfect for post-meal relaxation!

Homemade ginger tea served in a glass tea cup.

Why I Love This Recipe

Steeped in the rich tradition of soothing beverages from around the world, my Homemade Ginger Tea shines with the star ingredient, real fresh ginger! This tea is a soothing and revitalizing post-meal option, boasting the delightful blend of ginger’s warm spiciness, the sweetness of your chosen sweetener, and a subtle citrus note from the optional lemon wedge. If you’re seeking a healthy and comforting beverage, I promise this simple recipe is your go-to choice, much like my invigorating Golden Milk and revitalizing Ginger Shot, so savor the warmth and cheers to your well-being!

Ingredients

Ingredients

  • Ginger– freshly sliced ginger.
  • Sweetener –  use your preferred sweetener.
  • Lemon – fresh lemon wedge, optional.

Additional Add-Ins

Enhance your ginger tea with versatile additions like Cinnamon, Turmeric, Orange Zest, Honey, and Maple Syrup, allowing you to customize your brew to your taste preferences for a unique and delightful variation.

🍠 Ginger Note

You have the option to Skip Peeling the ginger. It’s perfectly safe to drink even if you have some ginger peels in your tea.

Sliced ginger next to ginger powder.

Directions

Step 1 Combine water, sliced ginger, and sweetener in a stove-top pot. Bring to a soft boil.

Ginger tea in a pot.

🥄 Sweetness Adjustment

Adjust the sweetness to your preferred level.

Step 2 Remove from heat, transfer to a serving cup, and squeeze optional lemon juice.

Fresh ginger tea served in a cup.

🍴 Serving Pro Tip

If you prefer a smoother tea, you can Strain Before Pouring the tea into your serving mug.

Paring Recommendations

Consider serving alongside a light, sweet, and healthy dessert. Dishes like Coconut Chia Pudding or Matcha Jelly make excellent choices to pair with your ginger tea.

Ingredients for homemade ginger tea next to ginger tea bag.

Frequently Asked Questions

What are the health benefits of homemade ginger tea?

Ginger tea is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, potential digestive benefits, and rich antioxidant content. It may also help alleviate nausea and indigestion.

What are some recommended sweeteners to use in this recipe?

You can use your preferred sweetener, such as honey, maple syrup, sugar or any other sweetener of your choice.

Can I make a larger batch of ginger tea and store it for later?

Yes you can prepare a large batch and store it in the refrigerator! When you're ready to enjoy it, simply microwave it to your preferred drinking temperature.

 

Homemade ginger tea served in a glass tea cup.

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Homemade ginger tea served in a glass tea cup.

Homemade Ginger Tea

Enjoy the warmth and goodness of homemade ginger tea made with fresh ginger. A soothing and healthy beverage in minutes!
5 from 5 votes
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Worldwide
Keyword: fresh ginger tea, homemade ginger tea
Prep Time: 3 minutes
Total Time: 3 minutes
Servings: 2
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Calories: 10kcal

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Gather all the ingredients.
    Ingredients for ginger tea.
  • Slice ginger into 1/4 inch slices and set aside.
    Sliced ginger.
  • Using a stove top pot, add water, sliced ginger and sweetener. Place on medium heat for 3 minutes or until it reaches a soft boil and then remove from heat.
    Ginger tea in a pot.
  • Transfer to a heat resistant cup, squeeze optional lemon and enjoy warm.
    Fresh ginger tea served in a cup.

Nutrition

Calories: 10kcal | Carbohydrates: 1g | Protein: 1g | Fat: 1g | Saturated Fat: 1g | Sodium: 12mg | Sugar: 1g | Calcium: 7mg
*Values Based Per Serving
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4 Comments

  1. My method is slightly different.
    Boil water and fill cup to level. Transfer to NutriBullet cup and add knob of ginger unpeeled to taste. Blitz and undo cap. I then pour back into cup via a strainer.
    I have also added a small piece of turmeric with a pinch of black pepper to activate, and now my NutriBullet cup is golden,

  2. Jerry Walsh

    I make my ginger tea a little different becuase I LOVE the taste of ginger. About a quarter ounce peeled and grated fliis my strainer. I will add the bulk, that is the leftover strain as well and sometimes a couple of tea bags, green or black. My brewer will bring to a boil and auto turn off after about twenty seconds of boil.Let it steep over night, refridgerate and reheat in same brewer for mix in pancakes, oatmeal or by itself. For real strong brew, leave un peeled over night before grating. ENJOY !

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