Rooibos Extract

If you’ve had the opportunity to browse any tea shops, you’ve seen the section devoted to Rooibos teas/tisanes. The beautiful orange liquor holds the eye while the sweet and earthy flavours take you on a blissful journey through the growing fields in South Africa. Rooibos is full of antioxidants and minerals that will help keep you healthy...

Rooibos cake recipe: great for school lunches

Rooibos extract is not only great for you, it tastes delightful in baking! This loaf cake recipe is very quick to make and will delight everyone who tries it. It’s nut-free, so it can go in school lunches and you can know you’re getting the benefits of rooibos every time you eat it.

Simple Tea Dessert

A delicious dessert can be made by simply brewing a stronger brew of tea and pouring it over a scoop of vanilla ice cream. Earl Grey Cream, any of the Chai teas, Nut Crunch or Caramel Rooibos might be good ones to try. You could also try a chocolate ice cream for a different flavour too.

Have you had a cup of Rooibos lately?

It’s been a busy day. You’ve worked, made meals, possibly herded the kids to and from any variety of places; it has been a successful yet tiring Now, it’s time for you to get a chance to relax. How about a cup of Rooibos?

Oatmeal Cookies

Preheat oven to 375°. Lightly butter baking sheets or line with parchment paper. Whisk Rooibos Chai Latte mix into the milk. Stir chopped fruit and flax seed
into the milk and let sit.
Combine oats, flour, baking powder & salt in a small bowl.

Tips for making Iced Tea at Home

- to make a stronger brew always use more tea and keep the same steeping time - make ice cubes out of tea so you don’t dilute the flavour - pour tea over ice in a glass instead of adding ice to the pitcher - letting black & green tea cool  completely before putting in the fridge may help prevent clouding - mix rooibos tea and complementing fruit tea together to make your tea go farther - use Rooibos extract powder to make instant ice tea.

Simple Rooibos Iced Tea Recipe

Place 2 tsp. per cup of plain red rooibos tea in a heatproof container along with some fresh or dried mint leaves. Add some lemon or orange slices, raspberries or strawberries and some stevia leaves to sweeten. Pour boiling water into the container and steep till cool. Strain tea leaves and pour over ice or finish cooling in the fridge. Put the lemon slices back into the drink if desired.