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Turmeric Golden Milk Recipe - Powerful Golden Milk Drink. I recently shared a post that teaches you how to make golden paste, and this turmeric golden milk (sometimes referred to as just golden milk, turmeric milk, turmeric tea, or haldi doodh) is one of the best uses for your fresh batch of golden paste! Whew, that was a bit of a mouthful, but stick with me here because I really think you’re going to love this wonderfully detoxifying and disease-fighting drink. Keep reading to find out how you can easily whip up a warm mug of powerful turmeric golden milk to enjoy before hitting the hay tonight. What is Turmeric Golden Milk? Turmeric golden milk is an ancient home remedy that’s known to work wonders on a list of ailments from the common cold to more serious conditions like arthritis and cancer. RELATED: Be sure to check out our turmeric latte recipe!

Turmeric contains curcumin which is what gives it that gorgeous yellow color. It’s also what gives turmeric it’s healing and anti-inflammatory properties. Curcumin is also used as a skin remedy. Salty Watermelon Shrub Elixir. You know those sweltering, sun beating down, summer days……. where the wind just blows more hot air, and your clothes sticks to every inch that’s covered? And you’re so thirsty you just need something, anything to drink, stat. And what winds up in your hand is a glass of wine, cocktail, or beer, and it’s gone in minutes. Like someone literally put a hole in the bottom of it because the icy, cold profile was just what your body was looking for.

Or so you thought. And you quickly realize you shouldn’t have lifted your glass so fast. I’ve been avoiding that situation this summer with my love for shrub elixir‘s, ignited by Sherrie‘s magic at the final dinner of our Boss Babe Fest. Maybe you’ve heard of shrubs or switchels: vinegar-based fruit drinks that were popular years ago, during the long days of harvesting, to refuel. The apple cider tang of a shrub mimics the puckery grapefruit, along with fresh lime juice & lime La Croix for brightness. Salty Watermelon Shrub Elixir Ingredients.

Chilled Vegan Golden Milk + Turmeric 101. When media gets hooked on a food trend, they have a tendency to feature it day in and day out. Kind of like when a radio station plays that popular song every 3 hours…… Hence the reason you’ve probably heard you should be adding turmeric to your every day, or that acai berries should replace blueberries in your smoothies because of their high antioxidant properties.* And although I sometimes get tired of hearing about these “new” foods, the buzz works to introduce us to things that can benefit our health we may never have tried otherwise. But I’m also a firm believer in understanding in order to embrace. Hearing about it is good for awareness, but for me to make it part of my life, I need to learn the how/what/why. So today, let’s talk details about turmeric, and end with a recipe for this cooling and restorative Chilled Golden Milk. What kind of plant is it? Where is it grown? What does it taste like? What are the health benefits?

How can we easily add it to our daily lives? Ingredients. Pink Moon Milk {a dreamy sleep tonic} This moon milk recipe is sponsored by the Cherry Marketing Institute. I’m excited to be partnering with them this year to bring you more recipes and ideas about Montmorency tart cherries, which are not only delicious, but good for you too. From being very young and pushing for just two more minutes before getting tucked in, to consistently flying in the door at exactly curfew time in high school. To college, where I wouldn’t walk out the door to party until after 9pm, and sleep until noon the next day. And now at 33, I’m the exact opposite – so excited for my head to hit the pillow every single night. The exhales. The slow down. The closing of the day. I’ve been consciously working on my nighttime routine to help calm my mind, and body, so that I’m able to fall asleep easier. I first started by agreeing to put my phone/computer screen down at 10:30pm, at the latest, as I’d find myself lying in bed, scrolling mindlessly through social media or emails, further provoking racing thoughts.

The Skinny on Bulletproof Coffee & My Simplified Recipe! This week I posted about the effects coffee can have on the gut and digestion. Read that HERE if you’re having a hard time with bloat and gas and don’t know why-coffee could be the culprit (and there’s an easy fix so that you can still have your morning cup!).

Today, I’m going to breakdown the benefits of the famous Bulletproof coffee as well as share how I take my coffee to keep my stomach feeling happy. As a reader pointed out to me, coffee can either make or break your health. (thank you Elizabeth ) There are ways to make your coffee benefit your health rather then take away from it. I think everyone has heard of Bulletproof coffee. If you haven’t, basically it’s a way to take your coffee that will help with energy, brain power and even weight loss. Original Bulletproof Recipe: 2 cups of organic coffee2 tbsp. grass fed butter2 tsp. **You must work up to the above proportions or you will get nauseated or experience bathroom troubles.

My Recipe: I also tried unrefined coconut oil. Turmeric Latte with Coffee - Nicky's Kitchen Sanctuary. Yummy Drinks to Make in the Slow Cooker… I use my slow cooker as frequently as I can, for just about eeeeeverything. In fact, I have two of them because I often use them simultaneously. I recently used them to make gallons of hot chocolate, and that got me thinking… what other yummy drinks can be made in a slow cooker? Here are a few… 1. Oh my goodness, these sound ridiculously good! 2. This yummy Slow Cooker Hot Chocolate only has a few ingredients and makes a creamy, delicious hot cocoa. 3. This drink sounds like Autumn in a cup. 4.

Lots of great reviews on this Maple Pumpkin Spice Latte! 5. Mulled wine is a classic winter drink! 6. I just love a good dirty chai, so I can’t wait to try this! 7. I think these would be just as tasty without the rum, too. Written by Danielle for Hip2Save. Share Check these out... How to Make an Amazing Pumpkin Spice Latte (at Home) Wellness Mama. DIY Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer.

Like Coffee AND Pumpkin? If so, incorporate yummy Fall flavors into your coffee each morning with this easy DIY Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer recipe! This healthier version uses almond milk as a base with pumpkin puree and maple syrup as sweetener for a more subtle flavor as opposed to a super sweet dessert taste. Feel free to adapt any of these amounts to your taste and add sugar for more of a sweet treat.

Homemade Pumpkin Spice Coffee Creamer Ingredients: 2 Cups Almond Milk 2 Tablespoons Pumpkin Puree 1 teaspoon Pumpkin Pie Spice 1 Tablespoon Maple Syrup 1/2 teaspoon Vanilla Extract Directions: Heat a saucepan on the stove to medium heat and whisk almond milk, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice, with maple syrup. Store in the fridge and shake before using in case spices settle a bit. I usually drink almond milk in my morning coffee, so this is an easy and yummy way to add pumpkin to my morning.

What do you like to drink in your coffee? Written by Lina for Hip2Save. Share. Hot Apple Cider Tea - Premeditated Leftovers.