Whole 30 Sweet and spicy tea with a twist!

I know. You’re thinking, “how can she write a whole post on tea?” This Whole 30 sweet and spicy tea is SOOOO good, it’s worth sharing. It took me 34 years to find, so you’re welcome, I’ll make this post short and sweet (see what I did there :). First off, Coffee is not my thing. I’ll admit, coffee smells delightful being brewed in the early morning by my husband, but drinking a cup has just never been my thing. I may be the only ‘non-coffee drinker’ out there, but I imagine I’m not alone. I’ve spent much of my adult life searching for an alternative “grown up drink” and have experimented a lot with Tea. Whole 30 sweet and spicy tea is the answer we’ve all been looking for.

There are so many great options of tea out there, earl grey tea, green tea, sweet iced tea, chai, herbal, matcha; the list goes on and on! Although each one of these teas are satisfying in their own unique ways, there was always something missing. The tea seemed almost bland, until I experimented a bit out of the norm. So what’s the secret recipe?

Secret #1) Steep your Tea in milk

I know, shocking secret! But it makes all the difference in the world. I first used regular dairy milk and it was delectable and sweet! But to make this recipe Whole 30 compliant, I’ve switched to unsweetened almond milk. Almond milk is remarkably sweet on it’s own without any added sweeteners, which makes my morning routine even healthier. The key to this delicious tea is by using “>Good Earth sweet and spicy tea. There are no artificial colors, flavors or ingredients and they’re sustainably sourced. Plus they come with little words of encouragement on each bag.

Secret #2) add some “>Vital Protein Collagen

These Collagen peptides add no flavor to your tea, just a whole lot of benefits. Packed with 20g collagen and 100% daily Vitamin C, “>Vital protein collagen peptides add glow and shine to your skin, hair and nails. In order to steep your tea in milk, I use this milk ""“>frother. It’s warm within minutes and very easy to clean up. You can also pour your Whole 30 sweet and spicy tea over ice for an iced version, (which basically tastes like a glorified chocolate milk!) I told you I’d make it short and sweet. Now go conquer that Whole 30!!

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