KID APPROVED ✓


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Tea & Honey Pairings

 

In our family, we give honey to kids as often as they will take it! Why? Honey curbs the appetite for sugar while providing nutrients and minerals - which makes it more satiating. Honey satisfies a sweet tooth in a way sugar cannot. When consuming honey, it is easy for our bodies to know when we have had enough, while we tend to be bottomless pits for sugar! Honey has a soothing effect on our bellies and promotes healthy digestive function. Honey provides an immunity boost that helps us combat sickness, disease, and seasonal allergies. Plus, honey makes everything taste better!

Check out these tea and honey pairings the whole family will love! ⬇︎

WILD STRAWBERRY

 

INGREDIENTS:

white tea, rooibos tea, apple pieces, hibiscus flowers, blueberries, blue cornflowers, rose petals, and natural flavors

BREW TIPS:

Serve hot or iced, with a spoonful of Wildflower Honey and a dash of cream.

LOW CAFFEINE

AMERICAN WILDFLOWER

INGREDIENTS:

peppermint leaves, chamomile flowers, vanilla rooibos, and lemongrass

BREW TIPS:

Serve hot, with a spoonful of Mesquite Honey.

NO CAFFEINE

PUMPKIN PIE CHAI

INGREDIENTS:

honeybush tea, pumpkin pieces, licorice root, cinnamon bark, cardamom, ginger, cloves, safflower and natural flavor

BREW TIPS:

Serve hot, with a spoonful of Salt Cedar Honey and a dash of cream.

NO CAFFEINE

PRICKLY PEAR

INGREDIENTS:

green rooibos, sencha green tea, hibiscus, pear, safflower, and natural flavor

BREW TIPS:

Serve hot or iced, with a spoonful of Orange Blossom Honey and fresh squeezed lemon.

LOW CAFFEINE

Good habits start young.

Happy Tea Time!

 


1 comment


  • Stacey Lokovic

    Thanks for sharing these pairings. I’d love to see more about why certain honeys go with what teas. Also a video on using the honey dipper. 🧡🧡🧡


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