Mint ice cubes. TIP – Perfect in ice-tea or Pimms! 1) Chop up fresh mint & fill your ice cube tray half full. 2) Fill your ice cube tray with water and place in the freezer. ***** Want to win a Samsung Food ShowCase Fridge Freezer? Check out our #CubeIt competition and #PinToWin! go.currys.co.uk/iwJE0n *****
Chamomile Lavender Mint Iced Tea. 1 loosely packed cup fresh mint leaves. 2 tablespoons dried culinary lavender. 1 1/2 tablespoons dried chamomile (or 4 chamomile tea bags). Preparation..... 1. Crush mint leaves and put in a 1-gal. lidded jar. Add lavender and chamomile. 2. Fill jar with water to within 2 in. of rim. Cover and refrigerate 6 hours. Pour through a cheesecloth-lined colander into pitcher for serving
A friend of mine cursed blessed us with a mint plant when we moved into our house 8 years ago. Naive being that I was, I planted it right into the ground…no pot, no borders, nothing. I thought “oooh…lots of fresh mint”. Yeah. I have since learned that was a mistake. Mint, or “yardus interruptus”… [read more]
Freshly Brewed Ice Tea with Fresh Mint. 6 tea bags of your choice 6 cups water a few sprigs of mint leaves one lemon, sliced for serving Boil 2 cups of water, add 6 tea bags to boiling water and let the tea steep for about 15 minutes without moving, if you are making sweet tea add sweetener. Discard tea bags (do not squeeze or tea will be bitter) and combine with remaining cold water and fresh mint. Refrigerate. Serve over ice with fresh lemon.