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Going for Gold: 12 Creatively Refreshing Ways to Eat and Drink Turmeric

{Image Credit: Diary of an Ex-Sloth}

For years, we’ve been hearing that milk “does a body good,” and there’s no denying that. Between aiding in our bone, heart and mental health, milk alone possesses a long list of benefits for our well-being and betterment. But there’s a fresh, new trend taking over that we’re totally behind because it blends our love for milk with the amazing super spice, turmeric.

Golden Milk, also known as turmeric milk or “haldi ka doodh,” has been earning its spot among health-conscious drinks because of its incredible benefits — and golden yellow color, worthy of Instagram.

As an effective South Asian remedy with a sundry of natural anti-inflammatory properties, it’s been said golden milk helps in digestion, controls blood sugars and supports healthy cholesterol levels. Not to mention, thanks to the miraculous blend of milk and turmeric, it has the power to relax the nervous system and detoxify the liver to help you get a good night’s sleep.

Traditionally it’s served as a hot drink and with whole milk, but with foodies catching on to its magic and benefits, there are a slew of innovative recipes utilizing the milk mix with fresh ingredients that are as good as gold.

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Golden Milk Oats {via vegan richa}

A breeze to put together in under 30 minutes, this colorful recipe of steel cut oats and turmeric will brighten up your day. As the quintessential breakfast staple, this porridge can easily double as a creamy dessert thanks to the strawberries, currants, chia and pepita seeds.

Golden Milk Bites {the big man’s world}

These quick and no-bake vegan-friendly snack bites infused with classic golden milk ingredients are not only gluten and dairy free, but loaded with high protein and super foods to give you an extra nutritional boost.

Golden Milk Latte {via heavenlynn healthy}

Touted as “2016’s drink of choice,” it’s wise to opt for a hot turmeric latte during those lethargic mornings or cool evenings when you’re looking for a comforting, frothy and hearty beverage to keep you company.

Vegan Coconut Ginger Golden Milk Scones {via diary of an ex sloth}

Easy to whip up with just enough sweetness, these fluffy and flaky vegan coconut ginger golden milk scones are dreamy in every way. And thanks to the slight kick of ginger, they’re perfectly spiced and complementary to every drink.

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Golden Milk Ice Cream {via minimalist baker}

For those a little hesitant on the trend, ice cream is an awesome way to kick things off with something edible and beloved. Made of eight ingredients, including full fat coconut milk for a creamy texture, this ice cream is super colorful, warmly spiced, naturally sweet and unexpectedly delicious.

Tropical Turmeric Golden Milk Vegan Smoothie {via cotter crunch}

This paleo and vegan friendly smoothie is just the perfect pick-me-up in the morning, but it’s also ideal for that post-workout beverage. Though packed with healthy fats and fiber, its combination of ingredients act as a natural anti-inflammatory that can relieve joint and muscle pain.

Golden Milk Doughnuts {via diary of an ex sloth}

Every day should include doughnut. And it can — thanks to this simple, vegan-friendly doughnut recipe that’s remarkably spiced and sweetened with coconut for a super adorable dessert.

Iced Golden Milk {via a dash of megnut}

Filled with almond milk, turmeric and maple syrup, this iced golden milk is both vegan-friendly and incredibly good for you as it brings a dose of cozy to your day.

Dark Chocolate Golden Milk Macaroons {via minimalist baker}

We can’t live without chocolate for long, so obviously this impeccable gluten-free recipe packed with the flavors of golden milk, infused in a coconut macaroon of 10 ingredients will satisfy your every craving.

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Golden Milk Ice Cream Float {via may i have that recipe}

Reaping the benefits of Golden Milk, this decadent ice cream float is like nothing you’ve tried. Topped with a creamy cashew ice cream and drizzled with a salted caramel sauce, this float puts a fun spin on ice cream even the kids will love.

Traditional Turmeric Milk {via journey kitchen}

If you want to hit up genuine Ayurveda or are in need of a substitute for your morning coffee, this recipe uses heated whole milk with black peppercorns, cardamom pods, ginger and a pinch of saffron. To sweeten, add honey, regular sugar or natural whole cane sugar.

Golden Milk Cocoa {via local milk blog}

Move over, regular old cocoa! With warm notes of bitter ginger and spices, this recipe best served hot, takes less than 10 minutes to make and is the utmost comforting beverage you will drink all day.

 

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2 Comments on “Going for Gold: 12 Creatively Refreshing Ways to Eat and Drink Turmeric”

  1. Irunsolo September 14, 2017 at 3:18 pm #

    Will try adding it to my steel cut oats next time I make them – sounds yummy!

  2. Tough Chic November 9, 2017 at 11:25 am #

    I never liked turmeric but these look so yummy! Need to try and make it!

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