My Organic Cuppa Tea (16p/Cuppa)
We all love a good cuppa, but not everyone knows how to enjoy it organically. Well I am here to let you know exactly how you can enjoy your cuppa as much as I enjoy mine.. with an essence of organic!
- Serves 1 (never heard of anyone who shares a cuppa)
- Prep Time: 5 mins
- My go to midday drink
- Vegan / Vegetarian
Ingredients (Cost 16p Per Cuppa):
- 1 Clipper Organic Everyday Teabag – around 4p (£2.99 for 80 Teabags from Asda)
- (Optional Natural Sweetener) 1 Teaspoon / 10g of Organic Squeezy Agave Nectar Natural Sweetener by the Groovy Food Company – around 9p (£2.25 for 250g from Tesco)
- Up to 25ml Asda Organic Unsweetened Soya – around 3p (£1 for 1L from Asda)
- Your Favourite Cup
- A Teaspoon
- (A Craving for Tea)
- Put the kettle on.
- Add a teabag to your cup.
- When your kettle has boiled, pour the water into your cup just like you would for your usual cuppa.
- If required, add the agave nectar for sweetness using the spoon and stir in (it’s easier to dissolve whilst the water is hot).
- Remove the teabag with a spoon, put it in the bin (food waste one).
- Pour in the unsweetened soya into your cup just like you would with milk.
- Stir then enjoy!
So there you go, the method behind how I make my organic tea. You can also mix it up a little and try other organic teas, such as Earl Grey (which I find very refreshing). Hopefully I have managed to show you it doesn’t have to cost you an arm and a leg to enjoy delicious organic food/drink everyday and not just as a one-off.
I really look forward to your comments and would love to see if any of you follow this recipe or use some of the ingredients mentioned in your own food. If you fancy trying organic or already follow an organic lifestyle yourself, say hi.. I don’t bite ?
Feel free to share your own tips on how to make eating organic more affordable or anything else that others or myself may find handy.
Here are some of my other posts which you may find intriguing:
- Organic* Smoothie Recipe – Blueberry, Banana and Belgian Chocolate
- Organic Recipe – Pasta for 2
- Organic Shopping – the Items I have Actually Bought and Love
- A Long List of Affordable Organic Produce
- The Meaning of Organic
- My Experience Being Organic – The Pros & Cons
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