Creamy Coconut Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe Anima Mundi

Butterfly Pea Flower Tea

I love tea, and chances are, if you’re reading this, you do too! I’ve partnered with Anima Mundi to bring you a quick and simple, delightfully delicious *and vegan* update to a classic – creamy coconut butterfly pea flower tea! I’ve used Anima Mundi products for years because they’re pure, delicious, organic, and ethically sourced. I think, if you investigate them too, you’ll understand why I was so eager to work with them!

Creamy Coconut Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe Anima Mundi

**Please note that this post does not make health or wellness claims and is not meant to be construed as medical advice. Please speak to your doctor before using or consuming any herbal supplements, as they may interfere with certain medications. This is especially true if you’re pregnant or breastfeeding.

Butterfly pea flower tea is said to have great anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, but I simply love the color and mellow, fresh flavor. On its own, it’s a vibrant blue color. Add something acidic like lemon juice (which I do in another recipe), and it turns a stunning shade of violet.

Creamy Coconut Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe Anima Mundi

Blue Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe – Makes 2-4 Servings

Ingredients:

  1. 1/2 teaspoon Butterfly Pea Flower Powder
  2. 1-2 teabags of your favorite organic tea (I used Earl Grey)
  3. Optional: 1/2-1 tbs Coconut Cream Powder
  4. Optional: Lemon for flavor and color change
Creamy Coconut Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe Anima Mundi

How to Make:

  1. Boil a kettle of water (enough for 1-2 cups per person)
  2. Once the water boils, steep the tea according to the directions
  3. Mix in butterfly pea flower powder
  4. Add optional ingredients if desired
  5. Enjoy!

This is such a pretty, delicious, and unique tea. I love serving this to friends when they visit, as the color is simply charming!

Creamy Coconut Butterfly Pea Flower Tea Recipe Anima Mundi

For iced tea, set aside some extra butterfly pea flower tea, let it cool, and pour it into an ice cube tray. Using these instead of regular ice cubes helps prevent them from being watered down!

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