Back in my “gotta have Starbucks on the way to class” days, I fell in love with their tea lattes. They weren’t on the menu at the time, but I found the idea online, and they can be made with any variety of tea the store has in stock. It’s like a latte, but with tea! So ingenious! Tea lattes were the perfect pick-me-up for someone who neither liked the taste of coffee (unless there was a truckload of sugar in it) nor tolerated caffeine particularly well (I once had a coffee before a major exam and spent the whole test shaking, dizzy, and tachycardic). Rich and creamy, with a light, herbal flavor and just the right amount of sugar, tea lattes became a haven. My favorite was the London fog, made with Earl Grey tea with just a hint of citrus. Somehow, it tasted a bit like Lucky Charms, my favorite cereal as a kid. Now, I make the same lattes with coconut milk and let me tell you, they taste just like I remember. But if a tea latte is what happens when tea meets coffee… what happens if you bring in the ultimate winter beverage? This London Fog Cocoa, made with coconut milk and carob powder and sweetened to taste with maple syrup, is a creamy, comforting flavor explosion!
Budget-Friendly AIP Cookbook
The Nutrient Dense Kitchen is a beautiful, simple cookbook all about helping you understand which ingredients will give you the most nutritional bang for your buck, and showing you how to incorporate them into your diet in efficient, budget-friendly, and delicious ways. With 125 AIP recipes and 5 meal plans, it’s a cookbook you’re guaranteed to cherish. Now available on Amazon.