Warm Golden Milk Latte

by Sharon on September 10, 2018

This recipe for Warm Golden Milk Latte will soothe your soul all while providing amazing health benefits! This cozy drink is vegan, gluten free and has zero refined sugars. 

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

With the Fall fast approaching we all start to think about cozy, warming beverages, often spiced up with some sweet syrups. Well my friends, here is something different from the usual Pumpkin Spice Latte.

This Warm Golden Milk Latte is sweet, spicy, creamy and even a tad earthy. Frothed up all bubbly, this drink is like golden velvet.

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

Golden Milk originated in South Asia where this soothing elixir has been entrenched in their food culture for years. Turmeric is the main element in the milk which is part of an all natural, holistic approach to health care.

Turmeric lattes have strong anti viral and anti bacterial properties which can aid in building up your immunity for the coming cold and flu season. 

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

HOW TO MAKE WARM GOLDEN MILK LATTE

Besides being delicious and full of health benefits, this drink is pretty easy to make. I will admit, there are some dishes involved. The saucepan and the blender. The blender is key! That is your frothy, latte goodness right there.

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

For my Golden Milk Latte I used creamy cashew milk. Doesn’t that just sound heavenly? Whisk it up in the aforementioned saucepan and bring it to a bubbling simmer.

Make sure you really WHISK  up that turmeric. It can come out of the jar in little beads that need to be broken up.

Once the milk is warmed to your liking ( I prefer it just to the brim of hot) transfer it to the lender and give it a quick blitz. 

That is it! Carefully open that blender lid, no explosions please.

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

Pour evenly into mugs and enjoy.

Preferably while wearing some stretchy pants and wrapped in a comfy flannel throw. 🙂

Golden Milk Latte in a white mug on a dark wooden surface with a spoonful of ground turmeric in the background

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Golden Milk Latte
Prep Time
5 mins
Cook Time
5 mins
Total Time
10 mins
 
This recipe for Warm Golden Milk Latte will soothe your soul all while providing amazing health benefits! This cozy drink is vegan, gluten free and has zero refined sugars. 
Course: Drinks
Cuisine: Indian
Keyword: turmeric recipes
Servings: 2 large mugs
Author: Sharon
Ingredients
  • 3 cups cashew milk
  • 1 1/2 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1/4 tsp ground ginger
  • 1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
  • 2-3 tsp pure maple syrup to taste
  • 1 tbsp coconut oil
Instructions
  1. Add the cashew milk, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and syrup to a small sauce pan and whisk really well, breaking up and incorporating all of the ground spices. 

    Turn the heat to a low medium and slowly warm the mixture, continuing to stir with the whisk, until it reaches a nice drinkable temperature. 

    Transfer the mixture to your blender and add the coconut oil. 

    Blend for 5 seconds. 

    CAREFULLY take the lid off your blender and pour into mugs. 

    Drink warm immediately.

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{ 2 comments… read them below or add one }

Healthy Kitchen 101 September 11, 2018 at 11:47 pm
The tumeric is indeed so helpful for the flu! I'm really curious at how this golden milk will work on me xD - Natalie Ellis
Sharon September 13, 2018 at 12:05 pm
I hope it works well for you! Getting those winter flus are the worst!

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