I am bringing you this Pineapple Ginger Tea recipe with a lot of excitement today because it’s as good as gold! This tea is homemade with only 5 ingredients: water, fresh pineapple, fresh ginger root, lemon juice and sweetener (if needed). Pineapple Ginger Tea is perfect for many occasions, and would especially be great over the holidays to serve to guests! It’s a “prep-and-dump” kinda recipe which is my favorite- you simply add all of the ingredients to a pot and let it boil for 45 minutes until it’s done!
I have always been a fan of homemade lemon ginger tea, but adding in the pineapple takes away some of the spiciness of the ginger and adds a delicious sweetness to it. I think this is what makes the recipe so great for serving to others because not everyone likes or is used to ginger flavor. The main flavor in this tea is pineapple, with a subtle ginger and lemon flavor.
Pineapple Ginger Tea also comes along with many health benefits which you can read about here and here. But to sum it up, here are some of their highlights! Between the pineapple and ginger, this tea helps:
- promote better digestion & relieve gastrointestinal irritation
- reduce and treat inflammation
- boost the immune system
- give cold and flu relief (In this case, make the whole recipe and drink it all!)
- reduce water retention
- boost metabolism and aid in weight loss
I am a HUGE believer in the healing powers of ginger! If I feel the least bit sick, it’s the first thing I go to and I can seriously tell a difference after consuming it- whether it’s fresh or in tea.
If you are fond of healthy & delicious drinks, you may also like this Peppermint Tea Latte or Healing Ginger Lemonade!
I would love to know what you think of this Pineapple Ginger Tea!! Please share comments and pictures of how it turns out for you! Happy cooking, friends!
- 10 cups filtered water
- ½ Fresh Large Pineapple, chopped into 6-8 large pieces
- 1 piece of Ginger about 2in x 1in
- 1 Tbsp Lemon Juice
- 1 Tbsp Sweetener of choice
- In a large pot, place water, pineapple pieces and ginger and turn to medium/high heat. Bring to a soft boil and let simmer for 45 min.
- Next, turn off the heat and stir in the lemon juice and sweetener.
- Serve immediately or keep warm until serving.
I Thank you!!! I made the tea…but I SQUEEZED and then boiled the whole lemon in ir…I then dipped the tea put in a cup with A Chai black tea bag and 1 Splenda… WONDERFUL!!!
This is so good, hot or cold! Used ginger root and pineapple. Put a thin slice of lemon in each cup as I drink it.
For weight loss when should I drink it and how much?
Thank you for this delicious recipe. I just returned from Costa Rica and the spa at the Hot Springs Resort had this in the lounge room. The most wonderful tea I’ve ever had. Their tea was more concentrated. I may use less water to achieve that flavor. Thanks again.
Sounds delicious! Could I use powdered ginger if I don’t have fresh ginger on hand, and how much? Thanks!
When I lived in Mexico, they used the pineapple peels and core to make the tea.
How interesting, thanks for sharing! I’ll have to give that a try.
I made the pineapple ginger tea today for the first time. I used pineapple peels and the core
I cut up ginger and let it boil for 45 min. I then squeezed a lemon and a orange into the tea. It was delicious.
No sweetener needed for me.
This tea is really good can you keep the rest in the fridge
I’m glad you like it! Yes, you can store in the fridge!
If I don’t have lemon 🍋 can I use lime
Hi Ania! I’m honestly not sure how lime would taste in this recipe. If you add lime instead, let me know how it turns out!
Delicious! I could drink this every day!