Golden Turmeric Milk

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The next time you’re craving a sweet, creamy treat, reach for turmeric milk! If you haven’t heard of turmeric before, get ready to meet your new favorite spice. This easy recipe combines turmeric with other healthy spices (like cinnamon!) and creamy cashew milk for a decadent treat that’s ready in less than 5 minutes. Watch this short video to learn how to make golden turmeric milk with a few simple ingredients.

All you’ll need to prepare this delicious beverage is cashew milk (almond milk can also be used if you prefer), turmeric, cinnamon, nutmeg, agave nectar (or maple syrup) and an optional pinch of black pepper. To make the turmeric milk, simply combine and whisk these ingredients and then heat in the microwave or on top of the stove. One serving has only 45 calories and 5 grams of sugar, making it a great alternative to highly processed treats when you’re craving something sweet (As much as we love frothy coffee shop beverages, many of them have calorie-dense, artificially flavored syrups and other ingredients we’d rather not consume).

Drinking turmeric milk, on the other hand, is actually healthy for you! There are so many health benefits of turmeric, including its high antioxidant count, potential to lower cholesterol, anti-inflammatory properties, and digestive support. While turmeric is naturally found in dishes like curry, it’s hard for most of us to get enough through meals alone.

Making this tasty golden turmeric milk is a super easy way to get more of this healthy spice that benefits our overall health. Plus, it tastes delicious, too! Making healthy recipes that actually taste good shouldn’t have to be overly complicated. Make simple beverages or treats at home so you know exactly what goes into them; this way, you’ll save yourself a ton of superfluous calories, sugar, and artificial sweeteners.

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