Turmeric and almond milk lattes

turmeric lattes

So I nearly didn’t post about these turmeric and almond milk lattes because as I’m sure your all aware they are everywhere on the internet at the moment, maybe called ‘golden milk’. However I wanted to share a few of my favourites from March and these little lattes have definitely been high up on my list. This month has been pretty chaotic for us as we have moved house, work has also been feeling really busy lately too. So a soothing caffeine free hot drink to have at the end of a busy day packing and unpacking has been greatly needed and these turmeric lattes have been doing the job. They make me feel soothed, relaxed and nourished, as you may be aware turmeric has heaps of health benefits the main being its an excellent anti inflammatory so that’s an added bonus. I wasnt convinced I would like these but they are super tasty especially with the addition of some ginger and cinnamon. They really helped me to unwind and I would definitely recommend for a little late night soother.

golden milk

A few more favourites for you this month, as I’ve just moved my focus has been on all things interior and a dreamy on line store I have been eyeing up and making long wish lists for is tea and kate honestly you will want everything so be careful. Another favourite is a podcast I’ve been loving, the slow home by Brooke McAlary its all about slow living and leading a more simple life, a really enjoyable and relaxing listen. Of course I couldn’t write about my favourites without including a couple of food blogs I’ve loved this last month firstly Lauren Caris cooks a beautiful clean looking blog full of delicious vegetarian recipes that Lauren makes sound super easy and achievable at home, there’s even some video tutorials too. Secondly Nourish Atelier which also happens to be a vegetarian based food blog which is just a coincidence, this blog give me serious photography envy Nina’s pictures are exceptionally beautiful and all her recipes look so vibrant and just super tasty.

So what have you guys been into and enjoying this month? If anyone has any podcast recommendations let me know because its my favourite way to relax at the moment and Im always keen for new ones to listen to.

almond milk turmeric lattes

Turmeric and almond milk latte

turmeric almond milk lattes

  • Total Time: 10m
  • Yield: 5 small lattes
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Ingredients

  • 600 ml Unsweetened almond milk
  • 1 1/2 tsp. Turmeric powder
  • Inch grated ginger
  • 1 tsp. Honey
  • 1/2 tsp. Cinnamon
  • 1 tsp. Coconut oil

Instructions

  1. In a pan on a medium heat add all the ingredients, for the ginger squeeze the grated pulp so just the juice is used in the latte discard the pulp. Heat until just before boiling whisking all the time for about 6 mins. Serve immediately.
  • I noticed there isn’t any black pepper in your recipe. I’ve always read that for your body to absorb the nutrients of turmeric that you need to pair it with black pepper. Thoughts?

  • I saw your image on Instagram but it wasn’t you, maybe you allow your images to be used by other people, but just wanted to point it out, “purpleplumcatering” used it today.

    Lovely images and blog btw. R x

    • Hi Kay
      1ml if measuring a liquid usually converts to 1g. I would google it there are lots of online converters you can use.

  • Have you ever tried adding turmeric to a bought chocolate shake, warming as hot chocolate? How much turmeric would you add?

    • Hi Carol no Ive never tried this. It would depend on the size of the shake.Id probably say 1tsp per 400ml ish as a rough guess.

  • Hi,

    Great recipe thanks. Do you happen to know where you got those cups from? They are very pretty and i would love to get a set myself.

    • Hi Christopher thanks for your comment yes the little cups are from Broste Copenhagen I love all their stuff check out their website they provide a list of stockists.

  • Me and the Mrs just got off work. The day is rainy and a bit cold for spring. Saw this recipe and thought it sounded good for a day like this one.
    Made it, added 3 tsps of honey (I have a bad sweet tooth)
    Took a sip. Did not like. Took another sip and thought maybe I had made a mistake with the recipe. Took my third sip, and I was hooked!
    As a coffee (some days, almost exclusively) drinker I wasn’t sure what to expect. When I make in the future, it will be a double batch…

    Thank you. Good recipe

    • Hi Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. Its definitely something that grows on you Im pleased you enjoyed it.

  • How do you get rid of the gritty texture? And I wonder how this would taste as a real latte (with coffee)….

    • Hi Sharon when using powder you may always get a little of this but you could strain before serving or maybe making a paste with the turmeric and a little almond milk first would help. I’ve never tried with coffee let me know if it works if you try it .

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