This golden turmeric latte recipe is my new favorite drink. What can I say, I’m literally drinking all day, but not really tipsy!
This vegan turmeric latte recipe is
Served Warm or Cold
Are you ready to jump on the golden train with me??
Let’s dive in. You will need coconut milk, almond milk, cold brew coffee, and yes, turmeric.
Yes, friends, I’m officially stalking a bottle of dried turmeric.
Among other things, it’s helped reduce the inflammation in my body, and I couldn’t be more grateful.
And, as I write this post, I realize that I’ve grown so much in the last two years.
In 2016, I gave my nutritionist the dirtiest looks when he told me to start sprinkling turmeric on my fish and among other things.
And, I don’t mean dirty as in “I’m going to rip your toppings off and devour you like pizza.”
I looked at him like he was crazy. Like he had never been to Starbucks. I couldn’t believe that I was paying $200 an hour for this advice.
And, now, I’m giving you the same advice. Sprinkle it everywhere. On everything.
Turmeric has fantastic anti-inflammatory properties. If I were going to be deserted on an island (and, yes, I’ve been there and done that too), I would take not one, but several bottles of turmeric.
Ok. Moving on.
I highly recommend you purchase canned coconut milk without additives or emulsifiers. You only want a can of coconut and water. Anything else can affect the flavor of this golden turmeric latte.
Ok. Let’s discuss cold brew coffee. The one ingredient that sets this recipe apart from other turmeric latte recipes.
Cold brew coffee is not the same drink as iced coffee. Cold brew is made from coffee beans that have been steeped in cold water for 12 to 24 hours. It’s time extracts the flavor, caffeine, and sugar from the coffee beans.
And, yes, it’s full of natural anti-inflammatories!
13.66 ounce can full-fat coconut milk with no additives or emulsifiers
2 cups almond milk with no additives
1 cup cold brew coffee
1/3 cup pure maple syrup
Teaspoon ground cinnamon
Teaspoon ground turmeric
Pinch black pepper
Heat coconut milk, almond milk, cold brew coffee, maple syrup, cinnamon, turmeric and black pepper in a small pot over low-medium heat. Whisk mixture until its thoroughly combined, heat for ten minutes, serve immediately, or reserve in jars and refrigerate.
This recipe was tested with both plain cold brew coffee and vanilla flavored cold brew coffee.
I enjoy this latte warm and cold. To assist with weekday meal prep, I make this recipe in large batches, pour it in milk containers or jars and refrigerate them overnight.
This turmeric almond milk latte has become a morning staple in my house. Have a drink and report back!
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