There’s a New Way to Make Golden Milk Lattes: Turmeric Blends

There’s a New Way to Make Golden Milk Lattes: Turmeric Blends
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Going to a trendy café to snag a turmeric latte can set you back a few dollars, while making one at home requires time, different spices, and a very stained blender. Here’s an easier way to get your golden milk fix with these ready to go turmeric blends.

The Health Benefits of Turmeric

Besides being a truly trendy spice, (turmeric infused skincare, anyone?) turmeric is packed with health benefits. Turmeric is rich in bioflavonoids, beta-carotene, and vitamins C and A. It also contains a variety of other nutrients including manganese, iron, manganese, potassium, and phosphorus, too.

Turmeric’s main claim to fame is its active compound curcumin, which may be responsible for many of the spices noted health benefits. According to a 2014 study published in Biotechnology Advances, more than 6,000 articles published within the past twenty years have researched the antioxidant, anti-inflammatory, antibacterial, antiviral, antifungal, and anticancer activities associated with curcumin.

“Over sixty five clinical trials conducted on this molecules, have shed light on the role of curcumin in various chronic conditions, including autoimmune, cardiovascular, neurological, and psychological diseases, as well as diabetes and cancer,” according to the study.

The Best Turmeric Blends for At Home Golden Milk

Superfood status aside, turmeric is a delicious spice to incorporate your diet. These turmeric blends make enjoying turmeric-rich golden milk that much easier, too.

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1. GOLDE

This gorgeous pouch of GOLDE is packed with serious goodness, all which happen to be organic. Made with coconut milk powder, turmeric, ginger, cinnamon, cardamom, and black pepper, this turmeric blend is golden milk ready to go. Simply add to warm water or warm almond milk, or get crafty and stir into chia seed pudding, oatmeal, or pancake batter for an instant golden delight.

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2. Gaia Herbs Golden Milk

This turmeric blend from Gaia Herbs is basically powdered gold. Gaia’s golden milk blend is loaded with both anti-inflammatory turmeric and ashwagandha, an adaptogen noted to combat stress. It also contains date palm, cardamom seed, vanilla bean, and black pepper for a warming, sweet tonic.

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3. Numi Turmeric Chai Golden Latte

Combining the flavors of golden milk with chai tea, Numi Organic Tea’s turmeric chai golden latte is a delicious and cozy cup of warmth. Numi’s tea contains all organic ingredients including fair trade certified turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, nutmeg, licorice root, and black pepper. This turmeric blend tastes delicious stirred into warm coconut milk or almond milk with a teaspoon of raw honey for dairy-free treat.

 

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4. Jarrow Formulas Golden Tea

This turmeric blend from Jarrow Formulas is filled with rich, warming spices that deliver a slightly spicy flavor. The base of this tea blend is almond flour and coconut milk powder, which help to thicken any warm tonic it’s added to. Jarrow Formula’s golden tea blend is also bursting with organic turmeric, cinnamon, ginger, and a pinch of black pepper, to help with the absorption of curcumin. Try stirring this into warm coconut milk or sprinkled on top of popcorn for a savory snack.

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Kate Gavlick
Kate Gavlick

Kate is a Nutritionist with a Master's of Nutrition from the National University of Natural Medicine in Portland, Oregon and the blogger and photographer of Vegukate. Kate believes in nourishing the whole body with real, vibrant foods that feed the mind, body, soul, gut, and every single little cell. Her philosophy is simple when it comes to food and nourishment: cut the processed junk, listen to your body, eat by the seasons, eat plates and bowls filled with color, stress less, and enjoy every single bite. When she's not cooking in her too tiny Portland kitchen, Kate can be found perusing farmer's markets, doing barre classes, hiking, reading, and exploring.