For cozy winter feels, just add a hot drink. Hygge-inspired touches like twinkle lights and crackling fires can do the trick too, but there’s nothing quite like warming up from the inside out. And we’re not just talking about dunking a tea bag into hot water and calling it a day. Keep reading to heat ...
Summer is right around the corner. While many of us will be spending more time inside this year, who says we still can’t enjoy the simple summer flavors we love? Enter: Iced tea. As an absolute must when the temperature starts to rise, iced tea comes in all shapes and sizes. From Cardamom Turmeric to ...
On this episode of Prep School, Megan Mitchell makes a supplement-powered chai latte featuring whole-plant hemp extract and adaptogenic herbs like ashwagandha, rhodiola, and lion’s mane. Plus, the chai concentrate (spiked with cinnamon, allspice, cardamom, and ginger) makes enough for 10 servings so you can enjoy it over a few days.
Grab your favorite mug, because organic, loose leaf teas just hit our shelves! Thrive Market Organic Darjeeling Green and Organic Assam Black Teas hail all the way from India where they’re ethically sourced from local farmers. For the story behind these brews, we reached out to our supplier, Raj Vable, to get the inside scoop. ...
[schema description]Here’s an easy recipe to turn basic iced tea into a protein-powered sip that’ll fuel your day. It starts with lemony Earl Grey steeped with cardamom, then swirled with creamy coconut milk and a scoop of turmeric- and cardamom-flavored collagen powder. Make a double batch so you’ll have a few days’ worth! [/schema]
[schema description]In five minutes flat, you’ll be sipping on this iced latte made with ceremonial matcha, almond milk, and collagen powder for an added nutritional boost.[/schema]
Celebrated for centuries in Japan and China, matcha is a type of green tea that was once reserved for samurai warriors and Zen Buddhist monks. Preparing it, serving it, and drinking it became an art form, and it took center stage in traditional Japanese tea ceremonies. Matcha’s popularity eventually caught on with the masses, and ...
[schema description]Get your matcha fix with this easy, three-ingredient latte. It’s Paleo-friendly, and you can make it vegan by swapping maple syrup in for honey, or keep things keto by using a sugar alternative. Bonus: This recipe is an easy one to memorize so you can enjoy a cozy sip anytime.[/schema]
[schema description]At first glance, this recipe has all the makings of a classic chai latte. There’s the tea, milk, and a pinch of warm spices, but then there’s a keto twist—a powdered grass-fed butter that delivers vitamins, minerals, and MCT for a nutritious boost.[/schema]
[schema description]Moringa, a plant native to India, is considered a superfood thanks to a variety of antioxidants and nutrients like B12, riboflavin, vitamin C, and thiamin. To get a daily dose, blend up this caffeine-free latte infused with earthy rooibos tea and creamy coconut milk for a frothy finish. [/schema]
[schema description]Hop across the pond to London with our warm latte inspired by the vibrant (yet foggy) city. Use any milk you like, plus Earl Grey tea, lavender, and—for an energy boost—MCT oil. It’s the perfect afternoon sip![/schema]
[schema description]Originally created in Taiwan in the 1980s, boba is a drink made with tapioca pearls that are typically sweetened with brown sugar. But it wouldn’t be a Thrive Market recipe without a more wholesome swap—in this case, we used coconut sugar and honey. Happy sipping![/schema]
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