Golden Oat Milk With Ginger
Turmeric is one of the most healing foods on the planet and its use as a medicinal supplement dates back nearly 4,000 years. The pungent, yellow root contains over 300 components, from minerals like iron, niacin, zinc, and potassium, to anti-inflammatory agents, to compounds like curcumin which is currently being researched for cancer treatment.
One of the tastiest ways to incorporate turmeric into your diet is by making “Golden Milk,” which is something of a tea made from steeping ground turmeric and spices in a non-dairy milk. This version of golden milk uses a homemade ginger syrup for a little sweetness and a warm sinus-tingling kick. Step aside, pumpkin spiced latte. Try golden milk this fall, and it just might replace that PSL fix.
½ tsp turmeric powder
⅛ tsp dried allspice powder (alternatively, grind 3 allspice berries)
⅛ tsp dried nutmeg
20g homemade ginger syrup (we like David Lebovitz’s recipe)
1 small cinnamon stick
Weigh out syrup into mug. Combine turmeric, allspice, nutmeg, and oat milk into steaming pitcher and steam. Pour a little bit of the milk into the mug and stir to dissolve the syrup. Pour the rest of the milk into the mug. Garnish with a cinnamon stick and enjoy!