Easy Recipe for Healing Golden Milk

February 10, 2017
3 Reviews (4.67 out of 5)
golden milk
Serves 1 Cup
Equipment
Pot
Prep time
3m
Cook Time
3m

The main ingredient here is Turmeric.  Turmeric is anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and a potent liver detoxifier. It’s benefits for healing and soothing digestion has been verified. If you are looking to heal your IBS or other digestive disorders, Golden Milk should be a staple in your house.  Double or triple the recipe as needed.

 


Ingredients

  • 1 Cup
    Almond milk (or milk of your choice)
  • 1 Teaspoon
    Turmeric powder
  • 1 Teaspoon
    Grated ginger (OR 1/4 tsp of powdered ginger)
  • 1 Tablespoon
    Coconut oil
  • 1 Teaspoon
    Raw Honey
  • 1 Pinch
    Black pepper

Instructions

  1. Bring all the ingredients into a gentle simmer over low heat in a small sauce pan and heat for 5-7 minutes. Strain and drink immediately.

3 reviews for Easy Recipe for Healing Golden Milk

  1. Eric Cantu

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    Anything with raw honey, coconut, and ginger sounds like it would be great for you. Where did you find this recipe?

    • Linda Watson

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      Yes! I adapted it from a recipe I found in a book! If you try it let me know how you like it!

  2. Dave
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    Nice simple recipe. I never knew Turmeric had these healing qualities. I like the fact you have a checkbox on this post so readers can actually check the list off!

    • Linda Watson

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      Thanks Dave! I want to make sure the recipes on my site are SIMPLE! Nobody has time and when you decide to make something homemade, it has to be super easy with ingredients on hand.

  3. Furkan

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    I actually don’t have digestive disorder but after my workout I need to digest foods better and I want to do it in a natural way. Thanks for this simple recipe.

    • Linda Watson

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      You are welcome! You can have this warming drink instead of coffee.

  4. Nick
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    I have been hearing a bunch about turmeric lately. This is an easy to follow recipe you have here.
    Can I ask, where can you find turmeric? Is it in your local grocery store, and if so where?

    I want to give this a try. And giving you five stars because you have me intrigued.

    • Linda Watson

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      Hey Nick! You want to make sure your Turmeric is organic. Buying the spice from your grocery store is not going to cut it. I like this brand here
      If you try it, let me know how you like it. Turmeric is a potent anti inflammatory, so even if you have joint pain, this can help you.

  5. Jack Rime
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    That’s an awesome recipe! I thought that the turmeric would be overpowering, and you could definitely taste it, but it wasn’t at all bad.

    However, I did replace the honey with Blue Agave because honey and I don’t get along. Well, I guess it’s more accurate to say I don’t get along with honey.

    Of course I do wonder if it changes the flavor a bit, but all in all, it’s a nice little blend!

    • Linda Watson

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      Jack, glad you liked it. And I agree about the honey. I should have noted that you could use any liquid natural sweetener of your liking. Honey can have a range of flavors and really affect the outcome of a recipe. The turmeric does have that taste, and with the pepper, it sure has a bite. But you’re right, it’s not overpowering and the healing effects for your body are incredible if you drink a cup a day. Thanks for writing!

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