If you want to find ways to include more coconut oil in your diet, try mixing coconut oil in your tea. It will be solid at first as it melts into your tea, but as you keep stirring it will begin to melt into the tea. Add raw honey for a touch of sweeter.
If you aren't used to putting coconut oil into your coffee or smoothies, you might want to start with half a tablespoon of coconut oil and gradually build up to 1 ½ tablespoons over time. If the smell bothers you, try using a lid or adding honey.
Here is an example of tea drink that not only tastes good, it gives twice the amount of antioxidants!
Green Tea with Coconut Oil Recipe
Green tea with coconut oil tastes great and green tea is known to have high levels of antioxidants.
- Prepare your cup of green tea in our Bamboo Tumbler w/ Tea Strainer.
- Add 1 tbsp of Skinny Coconut Oil to your freshly prepared cup of green tea.
- While the green tea and coconut oil are still warm, drink and enjoy its many benefits.
If you prefer to drink cold tea, add the coconut oil while the tea is still hot. Mix well to melt the coconut oil. Once the coconut oil has melted, take the cup and put it in the refrigerator to cool off. Enjoy it once it reaches a chilled temperature.
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What Type of Coconut Oil to Use in Tea?
Unfortunately, not all coconut oils are pure today. Through processes like fractionation, refining, bleaching, deodorizing, and heating many coconut oils available today have lost their purity and benefits. For this reason, we suggest our patented, never refined, 100% raw Skinny Coconut Oil. It is the purest coconut oil on the market today and makes an awesome accompaniment to any cup of tea.