Golden Turmeric Milk
a drink recipe
This turmeric milk's golden yellow color can provide some visual brightness if chilly days wear on. Don a wooly sweater, grab a book, and sip at the edges of this warming drink.
COOK | 5 M
TOTAL | 5 M
| 12 oz
In a small saucepan combine coconut milk, coconut oil, vanilla extract, and maple syrup with spices: turmeric, ginger, cinnamon (retain 1/2 tsp cinnamon for garnish), and finely ground black peppercorn.
In order to incorporate spices and keep mixture from sticking or boiling, warm over medium heat while whisking briskly. Ready when heated through (approximately 4 minutes).
Pour into a mug and garnish with remaining cinnamon.
Although the mixture can be covered and stored in the refrigerator for 2-3 days, Golden Milk tastes best when it's fresh. If you do reheat leftover mixture, be sure not to boil or char.
(Be warned, turmeric can stain! Be cautious when making, mixing, and slurping.)
Adjust sweetener to taste, or add ginger if more spiciness is desired.
Lower the fat content of this drink by substituting in almond milk or by omitting the coconut oil or both. (However, removing fat will mean the consistency of your final result will be less creamy.)
Ground turmeric will impart your dish with a vibrant yellow hue; it will also imbue a mild earthy-sweet flavor with a slight edge of pepperiness. Famously found in curry spice blends.
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Dried ground ginger is an aromatic and pungent spice with citrusy, even woodsy, notes. Used in baked goods and ginger-flavored favs.
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6 oz - REFILL$13
Ground cassia cinnamon's spicy, warm flavor and aroma star in many homespun fall and winter recipes. Cassia is dominant variety of cinnamon in America.
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Our Vietnamese black peppercorns have an intense aroma, but a more mellow taste with flavor notes of wood. This fine grain form is perfect for table use.
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8 oz - REFILL$13