Caffeine-Free Dandelion Tea Latte

Caffeine-Free Dandelion Tea Latte

I love this immune-boosting caffeine-free dandelion tea latte on a cold winter’s morning. With just a few ingredients this healthy acid reflux-friendly vegan drink is easy to make.

mug of caffeine free dandelion tea latte next to some succulents plants


Happy New Year Friends!


We are back home after a sweet holiday with family in Tennessee. We arrived home to foggy, drizzly, and dark days. Perfect weather for something hot to sip while I get back into the swing of everyday life.


I thought I’d take a second to pop in and share this super simple caffeine-free dandelion tea latte. It was posted on Instagram a loooooong time ago, but I thought I’d share it here too.


Lots of folks, me included, are taking part in No Joe January or some New Year cleanse, so I thought I would share my go-to coffee replacement. I avoid coffee most of the time because for people with GERD, caffeine relaxes the lower esophagus and stomach (as we’ve learned in our post, Why Do I Have Acid Reflux, its job is to prevent acid and stomach contents from traveling backward from the stomach).


This caffeine-free dandelion tea latte is filled with benefits for your gut, nutrients that will cleanse the liver and maintain proper flow of bile, plus the addition of MCT oil which helps give your body + mind fuel and clarity. Give it a try!


If you’re looking for more cozy drinks try our Calming Chamomile Tea Latte.


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mug of caffeine free dandelion tea latte next to some succulents plants

Caffeine-Free Dandelion Tea Latte

  • Author: The GERD Chef


– 8 oz of freshly boiled water
– 1 roasted dandelion root tea bag
– 1 tbsp of manuka honey or raw honey
– 1/4 tsp of vanilla bean paste or pure vanilla extract
– 1/2 tsp of MCT oil
– Dairy-free milk
– 1 scoop of collagen peptides
Cinnamon (if tolerated)


Let tea steep in hot water for 15 minutes. Discard the tea bag and pour liquid into blender, along with the rest of the ingredients. Process until frothy deliciousness is achieved.



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