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Warm Turmeric Milk

By Teresa Cutter

Warm Turmeric Milk
Warm Turmeric Milk

What's great about it

This time of year, our immune system needs some TLC to help ward off colds and flu. I head straight to the kitchen and make restorative drinks that provide me with a concentrated source of nutrients that the body can easily absorb. I include anti-inflammatory ingredients such as turmeric and ginger which play a starring role and are potent aromatics that help the body stimulate circulation, aid digestion and boost immune function. I drink it warm when the weather is cold and enjoy it icy cold made with frozen banana and Healthy Chef Protein in the summer time.

Ingredients

Serves 2


2 cups almond milk

1 teaspoon honey (optional)

1/2 teaspoon vanilla bean paste

1/2 teaspoon Turmeric Latte 

1/2 teaspoon Natural Immune Support

pinch of ground ginger

pinch of ground cinnamon or 1 cinnamon stick

Method

 

  1. Combine milk, honey, vanilla,Turmeric Latte, ginger and cinnamon and Natural Immune Support
  2. Place over a low heat and whisk until combined.
  3. Heat the milk and aromatics gently stirring with a spoon until hot about 65°C.
  4. Pour the milk into 2 serving cups and enjoy.

Notes and Inspiration

Subsitute with your choice of milk (rice milk, dairy full cream milk or oat milk).

Serve hot or cold.

Blend cold turmeric milk ingredients with frozen banana, peeled orange, Healthy Chef Protein and Natural Immune Support for an energising healthy breakfast.

Add a spoonful of tahini will give your body a good boost of calcium, magnesium, iron, selenium, and dietary fibre.

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