Nourishing and Liver Loving Roasted Dandelion Tea Latte Recipe

Happy November! October seriously flew by! We had some beautiful weather during the month of October but the last several days have been so rainy and grumpy and blah. I miss the sun! I’ve been drinking more tea than usual just to keep me warm and happy while I wait for our sun to return. Sipping on a cup of warm yumminess and having a quiet moment with myself is a highlight of my day. Normally, I enjoy tea or my nourishing hot chocolate (thank you for all the love on that recipe!)but lately I’ve added a new recipe in the mix and it is ah-mazing! So, I’m obviously sharing it here with you!




Roasted Dandelion Tea is one of my favourite teas-it is strong and comforting like coffee but it is caffeine free and so healthy and detoxifying.  You can read about all the amazing benefits of the almighty dandelion here.  Some of the amazing benefits of dandelion tea are: helps to detoxify the liver, aids in digestion and weight loss, helps improve circulation, high in calcium and magnesium, eases bloating and constipation plus much more!

I love drinking roasted dandelion tea straight with a little raw honey but it is fun to turn it into something special every now and then. Just like the hot chocolate recipe this one also contains some of my favourite healing ingredients!

Coconut milk for healthy fats that help stabilise blood sugar, aid in weight loss and digestion….

Collagen peptides for healthy joints, immune system and digestive system, and beautiful skin, hair and nails….

Raw Honey for digestive aid and anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties…

Cinnamon for antioxidants and anti-inflammatory properties….

Coconut oil for digestion, anti-inflammatory, energy……

So, you should definitely make this recipe for your taste buds, your liver and your gut. And, if you are a coffee drinker looking for a healthier alternative once in a while, this recipe would be great for you.

Dandelion Tea Latte Recipe for your liver and gut health

Nourishing and Liver Loving Dandelion Tea Latte

Serves 1

2 bags of Roasted Dandelion Tea (my favourite)

1.5 cups of filtered water

1/2 cup Full Fat Canned Coconut Milk (this brand is BPA free)

1 Tbs Coconut oil (like this)

1 Scoop Grass-fed Collagen Peptides (buy it here) *omit if vegan

1-2 Tbs Raw Honey *sub other sweetener if vegan

1 tsp cinnamon powder

  1. Bring water and coconut milk to a boil in a small saucepan and turn heat to low.
  2. Add tea bags and allow to steep for 10 minutes.
  3. Remove tea bags and turn off heat.
  4. Add coconut oil, collagen, honey and cinnamon and stir to combine and allow coconut oil to melt.
  5. With an immersion blender, mix everything together until creamy and frothy.
  6. Pour into your favourite mug, sprinkle with cinnamon, and sip mindfully while thinking about how awesome you are.  (Don’t leave this step out)

Let me know if you try this recipe! Are you a coffee or tea drinker? Have you had Roasted Dandelion Tea before?

Enjoy!

Tina

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Love your liver and your gut with this delicious Caffeine-free and dairy-free dandelion tea latte Recipe.

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6 Replies to “Nourishing and Liver Loving Roasted Dandelion Tea Latte Recipe”

  1. I didn’t know Dandelion roots can have such good benefits. I want to try it!

    1. Yes, Sharon! Dandelion Root is very nutritious and so beneficial for us! I hope you love it!

  2. This sounds delicious, Tina! I love herbal coffee alternatives, since I’m allergic to coffee. Thank you so much for sharing it with us at Allergy Free Thursdays!

    1. Thanks Raia! I love it too! Who needs coffee? 😉

  3. Hello-this and the hot chocolate look like just what I need mid afternoon. Problem is I am at work until after 5:30, has any one made these warming nourishing treats at home and just heated up later- don’t have frothers etc at work. If no-one else has I might have to wing it and hope it works. Thanks Jantie

    1. Hi Jantie! I’m so glad you like the recipes! I think it’ll be just fine heated up later on, it just may not be as creamy/frothy. If you try it, let me know how it works!

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