Who could ask for anything more in a recipe? This Panna Cotta (Italian origins) is usually made with heavy cream. Here it’s lightened up with coconut cream instead. This recipe also includes other healthy ingredients like grass-fed gelatin (benefits to skin, hair, and nails), Bigelow’s Lemon and Ginger Probiotic Tea (great for digestion and gut health), and healthy alternative sweeteners like monk fruit which has no calories and is low on the glycemic index.
Thanks to our friends at Naturally Savvy, we can all indulge in this good-for-you recipe originally posted here.
1 Tbsp Grass fed gelatin
¼ Cup Water
¼ Cup Lemon juice, freshly squeezed
3 Tbsp Honey
2 Tbsp Grass fed gelatin
¼ Cup Water
½ Cup Bigelow lemon and ginger probiotic herbal tea, brewed
1 Cup Coconut cream
1 Tbsp Lemon juice, freshly squeezed
1 tsp Ginger, finely grated
¼ Cup Monk fruit sweetener
Roasted slivered or crushed almonds
I never post reviews to T Ching, but of course that’s a lot of what I write about in my blog (Tea in the Ancient World). I’m converting a review of a black tea and sheng from old-plant sources in Laos (from this vendor) into a short version for a … Continue reading
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Established in 2005, International Tea Day brings awareness to the tea workers’ contributions to the tea world and their working conditions. It has been observed annually on December 15. However, starting in 2020 it will take place on May 21. But, how exactly should one recognize it? Well, if you’re a business owner I would steer away from using this day as just another marketing opportunity. As someone in the marketing industry, I wanted to offer some other options that businesses, tea related or not, can take into consideration if they would like to honour International Tea Day.