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The Gemma Gang has been down for the count the last few weeks with sickness…anyone else catching ALL the things this winter?!?😬 I felt like I was constantly running to Starbucks to pick up their ‘Medicine Ball’ tea like 2x a day. It honestly just makes me feel better & more human. For those of you that don’t know…this tea is MAGIC! I order one anytime I start feeling sick and it can make such a difference! Well…I figured out how to make it AT. HOME. ‼️[Thanks to my assistant Claire – she also got sick and was like “okay I’m getting you all of the things so no one has to leave the house – and her version is also low calories!] I was calculating about how much money it can save…wow it’s unbelievable. Almost annoying in a way! Seriously the TOTAL for all the ingredients for the Starbucks Medicine ball recipe is under $20 for 15 teas compared to $4 per Venti at Starbs! [POSTING AN IGTV VIDEO MAKING IT TODAY!]
STARBUCKS MEDICINE BALL RECIPE
INGREDIENTS FOR STARBUCKS MEDICINE BALL
#1 TEAVANA JADE CITRUS MINT TEA [Buy together from Amazon here.]
#2 TEAVANA PEACH TRANQUILITY TEA [Buy together from Amazon here.]
#3 LEMONADE [you can use any, but I like THIS one- much lower calorie — PS. Try using real lemon, too!]
RECIPE FOR STARBUCKS MEDICINE BALL
It is SO easy! Literally all you have to do is decide how much lemonade you want [I usually do about half my mug], add hot water [you can add straight from a tea kettle, use the microwave, OR even a Keurig], drop in your tea bags, and add in your honey! Now you will be sipping medicine balls all day long from your couch and not the drive through!🙌🏻
#1 Pour one Crystal Light into a 16 oz. water bottle and shake it.
#2 Heat up water [I use THIS tea kettle – we literally leave it out because we make them so much!]
#3 Pour lemonade into a mug [You can decide how much of each, I do 50/50. A lot of this is up to you and your taste preference!]
#4 Add your tea bags and hot water! Let tea bags steep.
#5 Add in honey, honey! 🍯 [Good for a sore throat and sweetens it a bit! I don’t like to use too much though simply because I’m more calorie conscious.]
#6 If you’re feeling extra you can add a few pumps of peppermint syrup – I do not do this because the Jade Citrus has a bit of a mint flavor. I do love peppermint flavor though – especially when sick!
*You can save the tea bags &refill the water/lemonade one more time if you really want to save money!*
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Are you going to try this Starbucks medicine ball recipe? Let me know in a comment below!
11 thoughts on “4 Ingredient Starbucks Medicine Ball Recipe for Tea At Home☕️ [Cold Remedy]”
Thank you for posting this recipe! I am going to buy the ingredients today, I have been sick for a month and hoping this will be the ticket! I tried one yesterday at Starbucks but agree, too many calories so this is awesome. Thank you and hope you and your family start feeling better soon💗💗
This Looks so perfeCt! Brb buying ingredients now!
I weNt out and bought all this and made it as you described … OH MY GOODNESS .. im not going back to starbucks , at least not for this !🥰
The crystal Light has aspartame, for those sensitive to that.
I was just talking about thE medicine ball from starbucks and how it does help you sweat out the yuck. Thank you for this recipe!!!
hI eMILY! i MAKE THESE ALL THE TIME WHEN i’M SICK. yOU CAN ALSO USE Tazo Organic Peachy Green Tea AND THE Tazo Refresh MINT Tea, WHICH GIVE YOU 5 MORE TEA BAGS AND ARE CHEAPER THAN THE TEAVANA ONES. sTARBUCKS USED TO USE tazo, ALTHOUGH i’M NOT SURE IF THEY STILL DO, AND THESE ARE THE ONES THAT THE BARISTA WOULD USE.
This is SO Awesome!! Definitely going to try this at home!! Looks super easy and good! 🍋🤩✨
Hello BeutiFul !! Love your BLOGS and love yOur house!🤗Can you please tell me what color off counter toos you have in your KITCHEN.💗💗💗
quartz 🙂 All info is in our new home q&a blog post if you are ever curious!
I had no idea that Starbucks have a drink by that name. This is a very good recipe. Thanks for sharing. Hi!! Just made this medicine ball.. yum! I ve never heard of it.. will definitely keep all this on hand for when were not feeling good:)
It’s the best!