Sleepytime Chamomile Tea for Toddlers & Kids: A Soothing Bedtime Recipe

Looking for a natural way to calm your little one? Try this chamomile tea recipe for toddlers and kids. This gentle and comforting beverage is easy to make and perfect for bedtime. Learn to make this naturally sweet, chamomile, sleepytime tea for your kids with this easy to follow recipe.

This sleepytime tea for kids is great for bedtime.

You know what’s crazy about summer? It’s light outside until 9 or 10 pm! At least it is where I live. And here I am trying to get my little ones to go to bed at 7, and they are like, but it’s afternoon outside… why are we going to bed?

My oldest has ENERGY! She can run around all day, and still be running around when we’re trying to get ready for bed. If I could just harness that energy, I could probably pay our electric bills for the month.

Stirring together the ingredients for bedtime tea for kids.

So the question is, how can I get her to calm down? Well, there are all sorts of methods on google, but today I’m sharing with you an easy drink that is calming and relaxing.

Can Kids Drink Chamomile Tea?

Okay, so we all know there are a lot of great benefits of chamomile tea. Maybe the most well known benefit it’s calming effect. But can toddlers drink chamomile tea? According to WebMD, Aside from some more rare allergies, studies show that chamomile is safe for children of all ages.

Chamomile Tea For Toddlers

The question isn’t can toddlers drink chamomile tea but, WILL kids drink chamomile tea? I don’t know about you but my kids aren’t going to just drink a glass of chamomile tea. Frankly, I have a hard time drinking a glass of straight chamomile tea.

You could add honey (let’s not add straight sugar right before bed okay? It may negate the soothing chamomile!), but I wanted to try something different to make a chamomile tea for kids.

Child drinking bedtime chamomile tea for kids while reading picture book. Homemade alternative for sleepytime tea for toddlers

Natural Magnesium and Potassium help with relaxation and sleep

The banana is a good solution. Magnesium, potassium, and some other cool stuff in bananas, apparently, make it sleep friendly. I’m not going to get into the details here, but it’s true, so just trust me. Naturally sweet, and naturally good for you. Win win!

I don’t serve the sleepytime tea for kids every night, because I’m way too lazy for that. But on occasion, I like to make this drink and wind down with the kids while reading a book with them. Doesn’t that sound nice? I always make some for myself too! It’s simple, easy, healthy, and yummy. And hopefully it’ll help your kids go to sleep. Be sure to check out some of my other tea recipes as well!


5 thoughts on “Sleepytime Chamomile Tea for Toddlers & Kids: A Soothing Bedtime Recipe”

  1. I’m trying this tonight and then will try freezing the remainder for popsicles. Thanks for the great idea of banana instead of honey.

  2. Would this store well for a few days in the fridge? I’m lazy too and would it would be nice to just be able to warm it up.


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