Our keto Thai iced tea recipe tastes just like what you order at Thai restaurants with no sugar! You won’t miss all those carbs at all and the flavor is rich and amazing.

Keto Thai Iced Tea half and half pouring into glass

Keto Thai Tea Recipe

Seriously, this is a drink that will satisfy your cravings for restaurant style Thai tea. It takes a few minutes to brew some recommended tea mixes with keto-friendly sugar substitutes. The flavors are amazing like what you order at Thai restaurants but you don’t have all that sugar and carbs. Our test kitchen team was surprised at how it tasted just like regular sugar Thai tea.

Video: Keto Thai Iced Tea Recipe: Homemade

The key to making this drink delicious is to be patient. After you brew the Thai tea mix, make sure to allow it to cool completely or have it chilled. That way it doesn’t melt the ice and you get all the flavors.

Keto Thai Iced Tea Recipe Sugar Free step by step photos

How to Make Keto Thai Iced Tea: Sugar Free

  • We have some recommended Thai tea mixes that taste just like what you order at restaurants.
  • You can use sugar free or keto friendly sugar substitutes like: monk fruit with erythritol, stevia, Sucralose (Splenda). Make sure you check the your specific package for sugar substitute amounts, as they will all vary, even between the same kinds of sweetener and sometime between a brands own products. This recipe is based off the equivalent to 3/4 cup of sugar.
  • Customize your sweetness. After you brew your first batch, you’ll know if you want it make it less sweet or more sweet.
  • Allow the brewed tea to completely cool so that it doesn’t melt the ice and dilute the flavors. You can even make it overnight or several days ahead and leave chilled in the fridge.
  • Add your favorite unsweetened creamer like: half and half, milk or even coconut milk if you like those flavors.

DIY Keto Thai Iced Tea Ingredients and Tools

From the Thai tea mixes, strainer, and sugar-free sweeteners, here’s everything you need to get you started making Keto Thai Iced Tea at home.

This is the mix we’ve found in Asian stores around us and what we’ve know local restaurants to make their Thai Iced Tea with.

Another super popular Thai Iced Tea mix. We like the Number One equally as well as the Pantai, they just have slightly different tastes.

We love using the traditional filters the most. Re-useable, strains the tea cleanly and quickly.

Substitutes 1:1 for sugar. We loved the taste on this one the most in the Thai iced tea.

A great all natural sweetener. 3/4 teaspoon is equivalent to 2 teaspoons of sugar sweetness

This Splenda measures an equal 1:1 ratio for sugar substitutions.

Keto Thai Iced Tea- EatBetterRecipes.com

Keto Thai Iced Tea {sugar-free}

Please read the post about this Thai tea recipe. It discusses the brands as well as photographs to illustrate the process. When we made our Thai Tea mix from the Pantai Thai Tea Mix, we reduced their suggested sweetness amount by about 20% to our own personal taste.
Sugar-free sweeteners: Sugar-free sweeteners have many different sugar substition ratios (different between different kinds and even the same kind but different brands). Use the substition ratio based off of the exact sweetener you are using (check the back of your packaging) to be equivalent to 3/4 cup of sugar, or sweetened to your personal preference.
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Ingredients

  • 1 cup (80 g) Pantai Thai Tea Mix
  • 4 cups (980 ml) water
  • Sugar-free Sweetener of choice (see below)
  • 3/4 cup (120 ml) half and half (approximately), (can also use coconut milk, whole milk, or other milk alternatives)
  • ice

Sugar-free Sweetener options (choose one)

Instructions 

  • Bring water to boil and add the Thai tea mix. Add your sweetener of choice and gently stir to completely dissolve the sweetener. Gently boil for about 3 minutes. Remove from heat.
    Adding Sweetener to pot with tea and water
  • Allow tea to steep for at least 30 minutes and to cool. The more concentrated the tea flavor, the better the Thai tea tastes.
    Steeping Tea in a pot
  • Strain the tea leaves (we love using these reusable cloth filters). Set finished Thai tea aside to cool completely. You can make this ahead of time and have the Thai tea chilling in the fridge. We usually like to make this tea mix one day ahead.
    Straining tea through reusable cloth filter
  • Fill glasses with ice and pour in Thai tea leaving enough room to fill in your half and half (or other creamer). For an 12 oz. glass filled with ice cubed, we like to add about 2-3 tablespoons of half and half for a creamier flavor.
    Pouring creamer into glass with iced Tea tea

Video

Nutrition

Calories: 40kcal, Carbohydrates: 1g, Protein: 1g, Fat: 3g, Saturated Fat: 2g, Cholesterol: 11mg, Sodium: 21mg, Potassium: 54mg, Sugar: 1g, Vitamin A: 107IU, Vitamin C: 1mg, Calcium: 36mg, Iron: 1mg

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