Coconut Dandelion Coffee

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Dandelion coffee

Coconut Dandelion Coffee

This coconut dandelion coffee is a great coffee substitute for individuals with adrenal fatigue or sensitivities to coffee.  If you want to enjoy the great coffee flavor without the caffeine or coffee bean than try this out!

Coconut dandelion Coffee

Prep

Total

Yield 1-2 cups

 Ingredients:

Optional:

Instructions:

Step #1:  Gather all the ingredients

Step #2:  Warm filtered water until it is hot and add it to packet of Dandy Blend until the cup is ¾ full.

Step #3:  Then add in ¼ cup of coconut milk

Step #4:  Serve and Enjoy!

Notes

***The nutrition info for this recipe is based on the linked ingredients above**  

Courses Beverage

Nutrition Facts

Serving Size 1 cup

Amount Per Serving

Calories 107

% Daily Value

Total Fat 10 g

15%

Total Carbohydrates 4 g

1%

Sugars 1 g

* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs.

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Dr Jockers Comments:

The Dandy Blend instant herbal beverage is made up of the water soluble extracts of roasted barley, rye, chicory root, dandelion root and sugar beetroot.  This is completely gluten-free as the gluten protein is not part of the water-soluble extracts.  So if you have gluten sensitivity, you should have no problems with this at all…in fact, it was made for those who struggle with food sensitivities as coffee can be a common one.

This tastes really good and although I rarely ever drink coffee, this does taste very similar and is very enjoyable.  Organic dark roast coffee has health benefits but some individuals are unable to metabolize it effectively due to a food sensitivity or adrenal fatigue.  In these cases, it is much better to go with the Dandy Tea.

You can make this with a thinner carton variety coconut milk or you can make it into a meal replacement with thick organic coconut milk in the can.  Using the thick coconut milk makes it virtually a breakfast or snack depending upon when you consume it.

You can also try adding different flavors of liquid stevia.  I LOVE chocolate flavored, but you can find grape, vanilla, cinnamon and others.  Enjoy!
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Dr. Jockers

Dr. David Jockers is a doctor of natural medicine, functional nutritionist and corrective care chiropractor. He currently owns and operates Exodus Health Center in Kennesaw, Georgia. He has developed 6 revolutionary online programs with thousands of participants.

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  1. Recently I was in a health food store looking for a coffee substitute and the choices were a bit perplexing. I will get the Dandy Blend and try mixing it in my blender with hot water, coconut oil and stevia. Would like the health benefits of dandelion root so its all good. Thanks

  2. This sounds wonderful. I love anything coconut. I see you said it is for anyone sensitive to coffee. I thought I was the only one. I was food allergy tested and coffee is my highest food allergy. I was always repulsed by the smell and they told me that was my body’s way of telling me it was not good for me. I read many places that coffee enemas are good to do but wouldnt dare, wondering what my body would tell me then. I only did the food allergy testing because parmesan cheese makes things in my sight disappear and then my face and arm goes numb so I wanted to find out what other foods to avoid.

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