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No-Bake Earl Grey Chocolate Tart

Not all desserts are unhealthy, and especially this delicious chocolate tart infused with Earl Grey tea leaves. While you're enjoying this unique sweet dish (which by the way, is only 224 calories), you'll also be getting great health benefits and keeping your immunity strong.

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Green Tea Coconut Rice

Green tea is great, but green tea infused into your rice is even greater. And what makes this dish better than other rice meals is all the health benefits that comes from it—including the antioxidant EGCC, which speeds up your metabolism—and the fact that it's mixed with coconut.

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Coffee-Infused Pulled-Chicken Tacos

If you love coffee and you love tacos, you're going to be delighted with this coffee-infused chicken tacos. Yes, it does sound kind of weird to cook your morning energy drink into your meal, but trust us, it's worth it. And ICYDK, coffee contains some impressive health benefits—for example, the caffeine and polyphenols in it boost your brainpower. So not only will you be enjoying your tacos, but you'll also be getting the many antioxidants from it, as well. (Here are some other superfoods that are good for your brain, too.)

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Hibiscus-Glazed Halibut with Zucchini Noodles

Take your fish meal up a whole new level by adding tea into the marinade. The secret ingredient? Hibiscus. The tart, fruity flavor of this tea mixed with other delicious ingredients will give you the most perfectly glazed halibut. And the best part—it's served on zoodles. (Here is: 12 Healthy Spiralized Vegetables Recipes.)

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