Golden Turmeric Milk {dairy-free, paleo, vegan} on

Golden Turmeric Milk {Dairy-Free, Paleo, Vegan}

This chilly Sunday morning seemed like the perfect time for a warm mug of something. ANYTHING. ANYTHING AT ALL. Spring has been such a damn tease and we just keep getting pounded by cruel, cruel, Mother Nature. It frigging SNOWED yesterday, March 29th. I. Just. Can’t. EVEN.

So, this morning I ditched my usual herbal coffee/kombucha/water combo for something more fun. I couldn’t decide between a nice black tea, turmeric tea, and milky-sweet chai tea, so, I decided to try turmeric MILK! AKA MILK OF THE GODS. MILK OF THE LAMB. (I don’t know where “lamb milk” came from. IT’S ACTUALLY JUST MILK OF THE ALMOND/COCONUT.) Chai spiced, warm, creamy, slightly sweet, and packed with crazy-good-for-you nutrients & health benefits.

You can remove/tweak the spices to your liking if you’re not a huge chai-flavor person, but, just make sure to leave the turmeric! That’s the good stuff. :)


Golden Turmeric Milk {Dairy-Free, Paleo, Vegan}
  • 1-1/2 cups non-dairy milk of choice (I used 1 cup almond + 1/2 cup coconut milk)
  • 1 tsp [url href=”Organic Turmeric Powder Spice – Freshly Packed in Glass Jar – Minimum 5% curcumin (17.0 oz)” target=”_blank” title=”Highest quality organic turmeric powder (and ghee!) by our friends at Pure Indian Foods {affiliate link}”]turmeric powder[/url]
  • 1 tsp freshly grated ginger (I use [url href=”Microplane 40020 Classic Zester/Grater” target=”_blank” title=”The best microplane EVER! (affiliate link)”]this AMAZINGLY fine microplane[/url])
  • 1/2 tsp ground cardamom
  • 1/4 tsp cinnamon
  • 1/8 tsp each of ground nutmeg, allspice, & cloves
  • 1/8 tsp sea salt
  • maple syrup, honey, or stevia, to taste (opt)
  • [i]**I added [url href=”” target=”_blank” title=”Pure Indian Foods spiced ghees – YUM!”]Pure Indian Foods spiced digestive ghee[/url] to this for a boost of healthy fats! [digestive ghee = grass-fed ghee infused w/ cardamom, ginger, cinnamon][/i]
  1. Whisk all ingredients together in a small saucepan.
  2. Once warmed through/simmering, strain through a coffee filter & serve immediately.



  • Meg Osborne

    30.11.2017 at 11:11 Reply

    In India golden milk uses black pepper as well in the drink to aid absorption of the turmeric. That would be a good addition, just a crack of pepper at the end would really boost the nutrition of the drink!

  • Heather @ Cook It Up Paleo

    07.04.2015 at 21:14 Reply

    Oh I love making turmeric milk! I use coconut milk. So yummy :)

Post a Comment