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  • Writer's pictureLucy Sparkes

Turmeric Golden Latte

This soothing drink is perfect for night-time for a sweet warm hit. Turmeric and ginger are very anti-inflammatory, so I often recommend to my clients to add this into their daily routine to help with aches and pains such as back and joints, and also turmeric is known to aid digestion and support immune health.

Feel free to experiment with quantities to suit your particular taste.

Enjoy and breathe deeply,

Lucy x

7 ingredients · 10 minutes · 2 servings Directions


1 piece Ginger (Thumb Sized,Fresh) (grated)

250 ml Organic Coconut Milk (canned)

200 mlWater 1 tsp Turmeric (powder)

1 tbsp Raw Honey (look out for raw local honey )

1 tsp Cinnamon (Ground)

1 tbsp Coconut Oil

1. Grate the ginger then squeeze the juice out of it into a saucepan. Discard the pulp. Add the remaining ingredients to the saucepan and place over medium heat. Heat through for about 3 to 5 minutes, not letting it come to a boil. Whisk continuously.

2. Carefully transfer into a mason/jam jar and seal with a lid. Shake vigorously for about 30 seconds, or until a foam starts to form. (Note: You can also use a blender for this step, but the turmeric can stain the blender cup.) Pour into glasses through a sieve and enjoy!


- Use Fresh Turmeric Root

Skip the turmeric powder and use fresh turmeric root instead. Peel turmeric root and grate. Measure out about 1 tbsp grated turmeric root per serving.

- Avoid a Mess

Rinse all glasses and mugs out right after use to avoid turmeric stains. Use baking soda on turmeric stains if they do happen.

- On-the-Go

Add all ingredients except water to a mason jar. When ready to drink, just add hot water from the kettle and shake up for a warming, anti-inflammatory snack. Vegan Use maple syrup to sweeten instead of honey.

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