How to Make a Milk Tea with All-Natural Coconut Oil, Green Tea, and Balsamic Vinegar

Here are a few recipes you can make with coconut oil, green tea, and balsamic vinegar.

The first is the dairy-free Milk Tea, made with coconut milk and tea leaves.

It’s sweet and full of healthful flavors.

The second is the milk tea with coconut whipped cream and coconut whipped cheese.

Coconut whipped cream is one of my favorite ways to add sweetness to a milk tea.

Then, you can add balsam vinegar to balance out the coconut flavor.

If you don’t have any milk or tea leaves, you could also add lemon or lime juice to the milk, as well.

And finally, the milk teapot is a healthy option if you don�t have any sweet tea.

It’s a great way to start a healthy and nutritious meal.

What are the health benefits of coconut milk?

Coconut milk is a dairy product made from the milk of coconuts.

The milk contains a rich nutritional profile that includes vitamins A, C, E, B12, zinc, B6, potassium, phosphorus, iron, magnesium, calcium, vitamin B12 and selenium.

You can also eat coconut oil in some of the many healthful recipes you make with it.

Coconut milk also contains a healthy amount of fiber.

Coconut oil is one source of plant-based fat that’s also rich in protein, fiber and magnesium.

This protein helps to build healthy bones and muscles.

And, you get the health benefit of a healthy gut with healthy intestines.

So, if you want to get into the healthiest and healthiest milk tea, check out these coconut milk recipes.

For more healthy coconut milk ideas, check these links:   Coconut Milk Tea Recipe: Coconut Milk & Lemonade   Coconut Cream with Coconut Milk, Green Peppercorn, and Basil     Coconut Milk and Honey Healthy Coconut Milk Recipe: Cocoa Butter, Coconut, Coconut Milk + Honey, Coconut Cream, and Coconut Ice Cream   Coconut Coconut Milk Cake and Honey Pie The Benefits of Coconut Milk Ingredients:   1 cup coconut milk (or regular coconut milk)   2 tablespoons coconut oil   3/4 cup coconut flakes (or 2 teaspoons ground cumin)   1/4 teaspoon ground ginger (or 1/8 teaspoon ground turmeric)   ½ teaspoon cinnamon (or more to taste)   ¼ teaspoon salt (or to taste, less if using less than 3 tablespoons)   3 tablespoons honey   1 teaspoon lemon juice (or lime juice) Directions: In a small bowl, combine the coconut milk, coconut oil and coconut flakes.

In a separate small bowl mix together the ginger, cinnamon, salt and lemon juice.

Heat a small nonstick skillet over medium-high heat.

Add in the honey and lemon.

Cook, stirring occasionally, until the honey is bubbling, about 3 minutes.

Remove from the heat and stir in the coconut flakes and lemon mixture.

Return the coconut mixture to the skillet and stir until the mixture is thoroughly combined. 

Once the mixture has absorbed the honey, add in the lime juice.

Stir well and pour into a piping bag or other nonstick bowl and pipe the mixture into a 1-cup glass bowl. 

If you want a smaller cup, pipe the coconut cream mixture into the cup, or pipe the lemon juice mixture into another glass or ceramic cup. 

Pipe the coconut butter mixture into each cup.

Serve immediately with the honey or lime juices, if desired. 

Notes: Caveat: Coconut milk does contain a number of saturated fat and trans fats that are unhealthy for most people.

Coconut butter is one good source of coconut-fat-free butter, as is coconut milk. 

This milk is also a good source for fiber.

It also contains healthy amounts of calcium, magnesium and serenium.

If you want healthier coconut milk or if you are looking for a more dairy-like flavor, try coconut milk with almond milk or with coconut cream.