Pour hot Chamomile Milk Tea into mugs. If desired, garnish with a little frothed milk or non-dairy of choice. Enjoy!
Should I add milk to chamomile?
Chamomile tea has a way of calming those nerves that rise up after a hectic day. Here, its made extra special with the addition of steamed milk — and dont worry about needed a fancy milk frother, as you can make it warm and foamy right in a saucepan.
Do you add anything to chamomile tea?
Add the chamomile tea bag to the hot water, let it sit for about 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, remove the tea bag (you can squeeze the tea bag to add the last bit of flavor to the cup of tea), add the raw honey and mix well using a spoon. Enjoy the warm chamomile tea and relax yourself!
How do you drink chamomile tea?
The most common form is a tea, and some people drink one to four cups daily. To make chamomile tea, steep a chamomile tea bag or chamomile flowers in hot water for 5 to 10 minutes in a mug covered with a saucer. Then, drink the infusion when it has cooled to the point it is safe to drink.
Can I drink chamomile tea without milk?
Without milk chamomile tea can potentially help in reducing the risk of many heart diseases and cancer, helps with good sleep and digestion. Chamomile tea without milk has been a daily-beverage for centuries. Its consumed as a natural healing composition for many health conditions.
What teas taste good with milk?
You may drink some herbal teas with milk as well. Rooibos, chamomile and even peppermint may all be served with milk. Peppermint tea may taste delicious with almond or coconut milk, while rooibos can be served with almost any type of dairy or dairy free milk.