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Cinnamon Orange Tea

  • Prep 2 min
  • Total 30 min
  • Ingredients 4
  • Servings 5

Ingredients

5
cups water
3
cinnamon sticks
2
oranges, peeled
5
tablespoons honey

Nutrition Information

NUTRITION INFORMATION PER SERVING

Serving Size: 1 Serving
% Daily Value
% Daily Value*:
Exchanges:
Free
*Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
No nutrition information available for this recipe

Expert Tips

Cut up orange into slices for a nice decorative touch.

The holiday season might feel beautiful and festive, but it also brings a lot of stress. Of course we all love being with our families and spending quality time with those you might not always get to see the rest of year. I of course like to show my love to my close ones by filling everybody's belly up with yumminess of all kinds. Others like to spoil people by giving them thoughtful gifts. But let's get real: just getting to those warm and special moments are a massive stress ball! During these times I like to go to natural relaxers. My first choice is always herbal teas. Specifically, cinnamon orange tea. Besides the fact that warm water calms the body, oranges are a seasonal winter fruit so they are at their best during this time! One last but not least wonderful trait of this drink is that it tastes super, duper yummy! At the very least, taste is a good reason to try this beautiful tea. Give it a go next time you're feeling a bit out of it or are just looking for something to reach for to collect yourself and take a breather.

Directions

  • 1 In a pot over a medium flame add in water, cinnamon sticks and oranges. Once you add in the oranges, break them up with a potato masher or squeeze them in your hand over the pot before adding them in.
  • 2 Bring to a boil and let cook for 20 to 25 minutes.
  • 3 Remove from flame and stir in the honey. Mix until dissolved. Pour through a strainer and serve.

The holiday season might feel beautiful and festive, but it also brings a lot of stress. Of course we all love being with our families and spending quality time with those you might not always get to see the rest of year. I of course like to show my love to my close ones by filling everybody's belly up with yumminess of all kinds. Others like to spoil people by giving them thoughtful gifts. But let's get real: just getting to those warm and special moments are a massive stress ball! During these times I like to go to natural relaxers. My first choice is always herbal teas. Specifically, cinnamon orange tea. Besides the fact that warm water calms the body, oranges are a seasonal winter fruit so they are at their best during this time! One last but not least wonderful trait of this drink is that it tastes super, duper yummy! At the very least, taste is a good reason to try this beautiful tea. Give it a go next time you're feeling a bit out of it or are just looking for something to reach for to collect yourself and take a breather.

Rate and Comment

Nicole Presley Nicole Presley
September 27, 2015

The holiday season might feel beautiful and festive, but it also brings a lot of stress. Of course we all love being with our families and spending quality time with those you might not always get to see the rest of year. I of course like to show my love to my close ones by filling everybody's belly up with yumminess of all kinds. Others like to spoil people by giving them thoughtful gifts. But let's get real: just getting to those warm and special moments are a massive stress ball! During these times I like to go to natural relaxers. My first choice is always herbal teas. Specifically, cinnamon orange tea. Besides the fact that warm water calms the body, oranges are a seasonal winter fruit so they are at their best during this time! One last but not least wonderful trait of this drink is that it tastes super, duper yummy! At the very least, taste is a good reason to try this beautiful tea. Give it a go next time you're feeling a bit out of it or are just looking for something to reach for to collect yourself and take a breather.