The apple tea has a slight sweetness from the Granny Smith apple and dried figs. It can be served hot or cold at breakfast, lunch, or dinner, and even with cookies and cakes, too!
RECIPE CREATED BY Howie@food_with_howie
Howie is a Vancouver food influencer whose passion for cooking comes from recreating restaurant dishes he loves and learning to work with new ingredients at home.
- 1 Granny Smith apple
- 2 dried figs
- 4 dried dates
- 1 Litre of water
- Peel the Granny Smith apple.
- Put 1 litre of water in a kettle or pot.
- Add the peeled apple and 2 dried figs into the water.
- Put the kettle/pot on the stove and boil on medium heat for 15 minutes.