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I can not yet serve you a latte through your podcast app even though I wish that I could. Maybe someday that will happen. For now, here is a pop-up recipe offering, to make dandelion root vanilla latte homemade. I hope you enjoy!
Dandelion Root Latte with Vanilla Syrup
8 ounces roasted dandelion root tea
2 teaspoons vanilla syrup
¼ cup milk (whole, any nut milk, coconut or organic unsweetened soy)
Combine all ingredients in a small saucepan, heat on low setting to warm.
Pour warm mixture into a blender and blend for 30-45 seconds until frothy.
Pour into mug or over ice. Enjoy!
To decoct dandelion root for tea:
Combine 2 teaspoons dandelion root powder & 12 ounces water in small saucepan
Heat to simmer, cover, simmer for 10 minutes, remove from heat, steep 40 minutes
To prepare vanilla syrup:
Heat ¾ cup water in small saucepan, add ½ cup sugar, stir until dissolved.
Add ½ whole, split vanilla bean, cover, steep for 20 minutes.
Store in refrigerator
---Deepest gratitude to Andrea Klunder, my podcast boss. Find her at thecreativeimposter.com.
Original music by Dylan Rice
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Dina Ranade is a Registered Herbalist with the American Herbalist Guild and a Registered Dietitian/Nutritionist. She is also a mom of three - two daughters and one son all now in college. Dina loves cooking for her family despite the challenges that this creates. She passionately loves exploring culinary herbalism and has been working on stocking her home kitchen apothecary or medicine cabinet.
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