A tasty, liver-friendly beverage, Butterscotch Detox tea can be a coffee substitute or enjoyed as the healthy tea it is.
This recipe is easily doubled if you like drinking more than one cup.
I suggest brewing just the dandelion tea and sweetener the first time, to familiarize yourself with the new flavor.
If you want to reheat it later, simply reheat on the stove. Using the microwave, as convenient as it may seem, denatures the proteins in food, making them unusable in your body. You wouldn’t want to kill your healthy tea, would you?
I have not tried it with any version of stevia, but I bet it would still be great. (FYI – I have better luck using a little stevia along with a little of my favorite sweetener).
You can also use more sweetener – people on the GAPS diet have to keep their sugar intake to a minimum so I didn’t use much.
You could also easily put the dandelion tea bag into the coffee maker and brew it that way.
If you are dairy-free, just use all coconut oil. I have no doubts it will still taste like heaven, though not as butterscotch-y.
Keywords: dandelion, butterscotch, detox, tea