This winter has been all about living that full-fat latte life! Is that a thing? Well if not, now it is. It’s been way too cold for smoothies most mornings, but I’ve wanted to incorporate more supplements and herbs for immunity. In my mind, supplements are so difficult to remember if you’re taking them in pill form. This is why I like incorporating them into my daily diet.

This latte is packed full of nourishing fat from coconut butter for energy and fullness all morning long. My favorite part is that you can pre-pack it in a reusable Stasher Bag and take on the go. This makes it perfect for traveling or you can pre-pack it to make at the office. The only other things you’ll need are an electric whisk and hot water. Done and done.

Ingredients:

  • 12 oz. hot water
  • 1 bag of herbal rose tea
  • 1 heaping Tbsp. coconut butter
  • 1 heaping Tbsp. cacao powder
  • 1 scoop of collagen peptides
  • optional honey

Make:

Add cacao powder, coconut butter, collagen peptides and tea bag to a snack size Stasher Bag. When you’re ready to make the latte, steep tea bag in 12 oz of hot water for 3-5 minutes. Remove tea bag. Add the rest of the contents of the Stasher bag to the brewed tea and mix with an electric whisk until frothy. If you don’t have an electric whisk, a blender will also work. Sweeten if desired. Voila!

 

*This post was written for Stasher Bag*

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