This keto fruity chia tea recipe is a healthy and tasty drink you can make at home instead of buying an expensive one at the store. Using fruity herbal tea you can make any variety of flavors of this sugar free homemade chia seed drink!
here are so many things you can do with tea. Now a days there are a wide range of flavors to try out, they have no carbs or calories and just take minutes to make. So tea is great for a keto or low carb diet!
Chia seeds drinks are gaining in popularity and a bottle can cost up anywhere between $4 to $6, which is a hefty price to pay. In this post, I’ll share how to make your own chia seed drink for a fraction of that cost.
Why make chiaseed tea?
It is so easy to make!
Such a fun way to enjoy tea
Effortless way to add valuable nutrients to your keto diet. Chia seeds are packed with protein, fiber, Omega-3 and so much more!
So versatile and easy to customize
Chia seed tea is actually quite filling! Sipping on it can help you feel satiated during the day
What type of tea to use?
There are lots of variation on the type of tea you can use. I used hibiscus raspberry tea, but green tea, black tea, rooibos or any kinds, really, will work very well too. I suggest you try with your favorite tea and see how you like it.
I love using a fruity caffeine-free tea so I can enjoy it any time of the day, share with my kids and it makes for a perfect cold summer refreshing drink.
I hope you enjoy this keto chia seed tea as much as we do! If you try it, please leave a comment below and rate the recipe to let me know how it was. Your feedback is so helpful!
Keto Fruity Chia Tea Recipe
This keto fruity chia tea recipe is a healthy and tasty drink you can make at home instead of buying an expensive one at the store.
- Mix chia seeds in water then refrigerate for 1 hour.
- Next mix chia mixture with 2 cups of brewed tea.
- Mix well and refrigerate for another hour and it's ready to go!
- Amount Per Serving
- Calories 120
- % Daily Value *
- Total Carbohydrate 9g3%
- Dietary Fiber 6g24%
- Protein 4.5g9%
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily value may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.