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Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte

Last updated on February 7th, 2020 at 02:10 am

With the healthful benefits of turmeric and ginger, this Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte is an iced glass of sweet, spiced goodness.

A front-on image of a large jar of freshly made spiced iced turmeric latte with whipped coconut cream on top.


With the healthful benefits of turmeric and ginger, this Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte is an icy glass of delicious goodness.

I am trying to drink less coffee. Anyone who has visited this blog will know that I face the adventures of each day with a large jar of iced soy coffee clutched in a death grip between my fingers. Each jar is 500ml and loaded with coffee. If chocolate is the dark lord whose alter I pray, coffee is his muscly side-kick keeping me on my path. I am trying to step away from the big guy’s embrace.

We’re not breaking up, we’re just cooling things a little. This iced spiced turmeric latte is my new squeeze.

Close up image of a pinch bowl of yellow turmeric.

When I heard about turmeric lattes, I admit to an involuntary eye roll. I can’t keep up with all the food trends, let alone the drinks. However, in my quest to find a coffee replacement this golden drink is fast becoming a favourite.

If you love chai or pumpkin spice flavours, turmeric lattes are certainly worth a try. I don’t drink hot coffee so this iced spiced turmeric latte is perfect for me. I thought the turmeric might be bitter but the sweet maple and warming cinnamon cut through any bitterness to create a wonderfully balanced spiced sip.

Overhead image of spiced iced turmeric latte ingredients on a rustic wooden bench.

IS THIS ICED SPICED TURMERIC LATTE HEALTHY?

Otherwise known as “golden milk” turmeric latte’s are full of health benefits. The combination of spices helps to:

  • support the liver
  • treat colds and coughs
  • supports digestion
  • purifies the blood and 
  • immunity building

The key ingredient in turmeric lattes is turmeric, a yellow spice that is having a real spotlight food moment. Turmeric is known to have anti-inflammatory properties (Healthline). 

With the healthful benefits of turmeric and ginger, this Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte is an icy glass of delicious goodness.

A LIGHTER TURMERIC LATTE

While you could certainly make this recipe using dairy-free milk instead of coconut water I find soaking the oats in a small amount of dairy-free milk and blending with the other ingredients creates a lovely creamy texture. After trying both, with and without milk, I found there simply wasn’t any need to load up on milk. This version is sweet, slightly creamy and refreshing. If you are strapped for time, you can blend the oats and milk without soaking them; you just need to blend all the ingredients without the ice until smooth and then add the ice. I soak the oats to ensure a smooth consistency is all.

With the healthful benefits of turmeric and ginger, this Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte is an icy glass of delicious goodness.

While I can’t guarantee this iced spiced turmeric latte will break coffee’s hold on me, it is an excellent place to start. With the anti-inflammatory benefits of both turmeric and ginger, it is far better for me too. This gorgeously golden, slightly sweet, slightly spiced iced drink is my new friend in a glass and its delicious balanced flavours just might hold coffee at bay. For now. Enjoy.

More spiced recipes from My Goodness Kitchen:

Spiced Thai Iced Coffee Popsicles

Mexican Chocolate Chia Pudding

Spiced Apple Pie Waffles

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Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte

With the healthful benefits of turmeric and ginger, this Iced Spiced Turmeric Latte is an icy glass of delicious goodness.
Course Drinks
Cuisine Vegan
Keyword iced turmeric latte
Prep Time 10 minutes
Total Time 10 minutes
Servings 1 serve
Calories 318kcal

Ingredients

  • 1 and 1/2 tsp ground turmeric
  • 1 tsp ground cinnamon heaped
  • 1 tsp ground ginger
  • 2 tbsp maple syrup
  • 2 tbsp rolled oats
  • 2 tbsp dairy-free milk
  • 1 cup / 250 ml coconut water
  • 2 cups ice
  • 3 tbsp coconut yoghurt optional

Instructions

  • Combine the oats and milk in a small bowl and allow to sit either overnight or for a few hours
  • To make the turmeric syrup, combine the turmeric, ginger, cinnamon and maple syrup in a saucepan and heat until combined and smooth. Remove from heat and allow to cool a little.
  • Place all ingredients in a blender, other than the yoghurt, and blend until combined and frappe.
  • Pour in to a glass or jar and top with coconut yoghurt to serve (optional)

Nutrition

Calories: 318kcal | Carbohydrates: 62g | Protein: 9g | Fat: 5g | Saturated Fat: 2g | Cholesterol: 8mg | Sodium: 561mg | Potassium: 1561mg | Fiber: 9g | Sugar: 41g | Vitamin A: 177IU | Vitamin C: 14mg | Calcium: 295mg | Iron: 4mg

 

About Author

Amanda Logan is a published cookbook author, recipe developer and food photographer based in Australia. She is a contributor to Nourish Australia magazine and has appeared in Thrive Magazine, Vegan Food and Living, The Zoe Report and The Australian Vegan Magazine.

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This Turmeric Latte looks amazing! I love the addition of oats to make it filling. SUCH a great idea!

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I’ve also been on the fence on turmeric lattes and I’m not a fan of the pumpkin spice coffee malarky, BUT I’m going to have to try this, as it looks so gorgeous!