My earliest memories of coffee are of Saturday morning trips to Belvedere Square Market with my mom after her aerobics class.
Burgeoning burlap sacks of coffee beans lined the floor of the market and the aroma filled the air.
To this day, Belvedere Square is one of my favorite places to go in all of Baltimore and is now the site of my FAVORITE chocolate place, Jinji Chocolates (check it out if you haven’t yet!) and two of my top places for a healthy meal in Baltimore.
I know I’m a minority when it comes to not being a fan of the taste of coffee, but my husband and other friends, family and coworkers couldn’t think of any other way to start their day.
For many people, it’s the taste and habit of drinking coffee, but for others, caffeine is queen.
Caffeine is a big draw, as many of us are walking around a bit more sleep-deprived than we’d like to admit and have gotten used to being in a state of feeling artificially energized all day.
I get it.
Our lives are demanding.
We’re pulled in multiple directions at any given time, and making it through the work day, getting everything done around the house, and still having time for fun, friends, family and fitness can feel exhausting. Sometimes we feel like we need something to help us get it all done.
The truth is, caffeine affects different people differently. It’s when we become dependent on it to function that it can have a negative impact on our health, artificially stimulating us all day and running our adrenal glands dry.
Here’s a video by a clinical nutritionist that answers the question, “Is coffee good or bad for me?”
If you’re looking to kick caffeine, want to change up your morning or evening routine, or are ready to boost your health by making an upgrade, you have to give Dandy Blend a try.
So, what is Dandy Blend and why is it so, well, dandy?
Dandy Blend is a healthy, instant herbal substitute for coffee that’s caffeine-free. Thousands of people use it as an alternative to coffee because the blend of herbs that are used to make it tastes remarkably similar to coffee.
I’ve been sharing it with friends, coworkers and clients for the past few months, and quite a few people have already happily made the switch…including my husband, Bill!
Not only that, but because the ingredients have detoxifying properties, many people can make the switch without the unpleasant withdrawal side effects that often follow quitting coffee.
Pretty cool, huh?!
So, how do you use Dandy Blend?
- For a light tea: add 1 level teaspoon per 8 ounces hot water.
- For a rich, full-bodied coffee-like flavor: add 1 rounded teaspoon per cup hot water.
- For a strong, coffee- or espresso-strength beverage: use 1 tablespoon per cup hot water.
Technically, you can use hot or cold water (or almond or coconut milk), but I prefer hot.
I’ll be sharing some of my favorite recipes that use Dandy Blend throughout the week – the first of which is for a SUPER delicious mocha fudge ball. You guys…they are SO good! 🙂
Don’t just take my word for it, check out what Dandy Blend customers have to say about this awesome coffee alternative:
I was pleasantly surprised! I have to admit, I was a skeptic. I’ve tried other non-coffee bean hot drinks and was disappointed. However, Dandy Blend tastes as close to real coffee as you can get!
Dandy Blend is the only coffee alternative that actually tastes better than real coffee.
Dear Dandy Blend, I LOVE YOU!!!! An avid coffee drinker for decades, when I was told by a doctor earlier this year I needed to get off coffee, I almost needed counseling! So, I tried Pero, Cafe’ Roma, Bru, and Cafix, but YOU GUYS TAKE THE CAKE! I love that it’s strong, like-coffee, no acid, no caffeine, and no gluten! Thank you so very much!
If you end up trying it, please come back and leave a message to let everyone know what you think!