Warm Turmeric Ginger Milk

This warm turmeric ginger milk is the perfect comforting drink during long winter months, especially when you’re feeling under the weather. This warm milk is packed with ginger, turmeric and hemp seeds for a boost of nutrients and healthy fats. Blend with warm water and one date to get a naturally sweetened, frothy milk.

Warm Turmeric Ginger Milk in a cup

Making winter days a little better with this warm turmeric ginger milk. Not only is it warm and comforting, but this milk’s bright color is such a happy sight on a cloudy day like this one.

We’re expecting rain for the next couple of days, which makes me crave spring even more. I usually love winter, but this one has been dreadful. We were basically stuck inside from the end of December to the beginning of January due to the extreme cold temperatures. Since then, we’ve been experiencing drastic changes in temperature, which is not ideal for any outdoor activity. We seem to always have a few cold days with snow, followed by mild temperatures and heavy rain. It then freezes again and we’re left with icy roads and trails. Basically, I got snowshoes for Christmas and I got to use them twice. Lets just say, I’m ready for Spring!

golden milk poured in a cup

Now, about this recipe. I posted an approximate recipe for this warm milk on Instagram a few weeks ago and I got some great feedback from those of you who tried it. I knew I had to share it on the blog as well!

It’s so simple, yet so comforting on a cold winter day. It’s also filled with turmeric and ginger for a little kick. It goes like this: Throw some fresh ginger, fresh or ground turmeric, one Medjool date and hemp seeds in a blender. Add one and a half cups of warm water, blend and serve. The result? A warm and frothy milk. The turmeric adds brightness and the date adds a touch of sweetness.

Notes on Substitutions:

I find this drink perfectly sweet with one date, but I recommend trying a sip and adding more as needed. You could use honey or maple syrup if preferred.

If you don’t have any hemp seeds, this drink is also great with cashews (I use 2 tablespoons). Hemp seeds do have a distinct taste, so if it’s not for you, I recommend using cashews as they have a lighter taste. Also, if you don’t have any fresh turmeric, you can use ground turmeric. Keep in mind that fresh turmeric stains hands and surfaces, so wash your hands thoroughly after handling or use gloves. It usually goes away after a few washes. Despite that, fresh is always better!

This turmeric ginger milk works best with a strong blender. The drink shouldn’t have any pieces of hemp, date or cashew left, so if yours does, strain it using a fine mesh sieve. Your milk should be smooth and frothy!

Also note that turmeric can leave your blender slightly yellow. This will fade away with time and you can also fix it by leaving your blender in direct sunlight.

If you’re looking for other warm comforting drinks to get you through this winter, I also love my peppermint mocha, peanut butter hot chocolate and cashew chai latte. I may be getting tired of winter, but I’ll never get tired of these warm blender drinks.

golden milk in a cup
hand holding golden milk cup

And that’s what fresh turmeric does to your fingers… Don’t worry, it can be washed. 🙂

Warm Turmeric Ginger Milk

This warm turmeric ginger milk is the perfect comforting drink during long winter months, especially when you’re feeling under the weather. This warm milk is packed with ginger, turmeric and hemp seeds for a boost of nutrients and healthy fats. Blend with warm water and one date to get a naturally sweetened, frothy milk.
Course Drinks
Cuisine vegan, vegetarian
Prep Time 5 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Servings 1

Ingredients

  • 1 1/2 cups hot water
  • 1 tablespoon hemp seeds (or 2 tablespoons raw cashews)
  • 1/4 rounded teaspoon fresh ginger
  • 1/4 teaspoon fresh turmeric (or 1/8 teaspoon ground)
  • 1 Medjool date, pitted

Instructions

  • Blend all the ingredients in a high speed blender for 30 seconds or until smooth and frothy.

Notes

Use 2 dates or use maple syrup or honey for a sweeter drink.
If your blender is on the weaker side, strain your milk using a fine mesh sieve or nut milk bag.
You can also add vanilla or cinnamon if desired. 
 

If you make this turmeric milk, be sure to leave a comment and/or give this recipe a rating! I love to hear from you guys. And of course, if you try this recipe, don’t forget to tag me on Instagram!


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