Thai Iced Tea Slushies

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As a kid, my go-to refreshment for hot summer days was always, always a slushie. From Sonic, usually. Strawberry, sometimes with ice cream mixed in. Oh, those were the days. As I grew up and began exploring cuisines outside the realm of fast food, my preferences changed. Once I was exposed to Thai Iced Tea, nothing else would do. With a bit of caffeine and plenty of sugar, it was always a welcome pick-me-up to ward off the Texas heat and that mid-afternoon slump we all tend to fall into.

Thai Iced Tea is relatively simple to adapt for the AIP with a bit of coconut milk and honey instead of sweetened condensed milk and a homemade Thai tea that omits the unsafe spices. But why stop there? I’ll admit I got the idea to combine my childhood and adulthood favorites from a local food truck that serves adult-friendly sno-cones. They’ve got flavors like Maple Bacon and Pineapple Jalapeno and… Thai Iced Tea. How cool is that? I’m sure they still use a lot of high-fructose corn-syrup and added colors, but we don’t have to. This AIP-friendly version takes only a few minutes to throw together!

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Thai Iced Tea Slushies
 
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Serves: 2 servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Bring the water to a boil, then remove from heat and add the tea, clove, cinnamon, and vanilla.
  2. Steep for 10 minutes, then stir in the honey and chill at least 30 minutes.
  3. To serve, fill an 8-ounce glass to the top with crushed or shaved ice, then pour the chilled tea on top.
Notes
Coconut milk (as pictured) is an optional topping!

 

About Christina Feindel

Christina Feindel came to the AIP after she was diagnosed with Hashimoto's, Celiac, and Interstitial Cystitis in her early twenties after more than a decade of declining health. As her degenerative and debilitating symptoms began disappearing, Christina began sharing recipes and experiences at A Clean Plate and is now the author of several healthy e-books. Christina believes that good, healthy food should be accessible and appealing to anyone on any budget, with any amount of time, and with the bare minimum of ingredients. She also believes that any illness can be improved or even eliminated by starting with a clean plate. You can find her on Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, and Twitter.

8 comments

  • Danielle Corrick says

    Did you leave coconut milk out of the recipe?

  • megan carnahan says

    Christina– does the recipe have coconut milk? Co fused by the pic and description above. Mentions the coconut milk being added but not included in the recipe. Thanks for clarifying.
    Megan C.

  • Janet says

    Looks great! Is it supposed to have coconut milk in the ingredient list? I am not seeing it. Do you just pour it on top? Thanks!

  • Allison C says

    How much coconut milk? It’s not in the ingredients list.

  • I have everything in my kitchen except black teas but this recipe is really refreshing so I am really interested in trying this.

  • I loved Thai Iced Tea growing up! Honestly, since being on my healing journey I haven’t had it in years. Thank you so much for this recipe. I can’t wait to try it! Blessings, Jennifer

  • Kelli says

    To be clear, you can have black tea on the AIP?

    • Mickey Trescott says

      Kelli, yes, black tea is fine, but we’d advise not overdoing it because of the caffeine, which can be both stimulating to the immune system as well as taxing to the adrenals. Good luck!

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