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Bring 3/4 cup (180 ml) unsweetened nut milk to a bare simmer along with the coconut butter in a small pot over medium-high heat. Place 1 teaspoon matcha powder in a heatproof cup. Slowly whisk in 1/4 cup boiling water, then milk, tipping cup slightly. Make a delicious turmeric tea latte, aka “golden milk.” Curcumin is fat soluble, so it’s a smart idea to drink this latte with a fatty meal or make it with whole or coconut milk.

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Finally, we’re adding delicious cinnamon. It’s high in antioxidants and helps to regulate blood sugar. Even better, the cinnamon gives this golden milk a nice chai flavor for the best taste possible (which will motivate you to have it daily!). Easy turmeric golden milk latte recipe by Mama Natural tea Creating the Turmeric Paste.

How to make a Cinnamon Golden Milk Latte. To make a hot Cinnamon Golden Milk Latte, first add your milk of choice to a sauce pan and heat until almost boiling.Then add in turmeric, ginger powder, coconut powder (or coconut oil), and black pepper and whisk until well combined. Pour into a coffee mug and enjoy!Cook’s Notes Homemade almond milk takes this simple recipe to the next level: Soak 1 cup raw almonds overnight in a bowl of water in the refrigerator; drain.

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j HERBED CHAI Transform this choice hot beverage into a nice latte-type drink by using a hand immersion blender to blend the milk into the tea until foamy.

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Chai, a blend of black tea, honey, and spices, usually cardamom, ginger, cinnamon, cloves, and pepper, is served with warm milk throughout Southeast Asia.

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Ask for half the syrup or powder in flavored lattes and chai teas.

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On the coast, sip a smooth spiced tea (chai masala) or sample a coffee sold by vendors strolling the streets carrying a freshly brewed pot in one hand, cups and spoons in the other.

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Blend it with ice for a phenomenal chai frappuccino!

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Great to add to creamy porridge, smoothies or as an alternative to your usual coffee latte.

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What did you put in the chai?”

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Fold in the matcha mixture and the milk in one-third increments, alternating between them.

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If you like chai lattes, you’re going to love this drink.

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  • hi friends, wanted to pop in (months later lol apologies) to share there’s a difference between the “apricot kernel” mentioned in this video and the poisonous apricot kernel you find via a quick google search. I’m fully aware that KitchenHeroes is not the most credible source, but just wanted to give some context to possible mistranslation and misunderstanding about the two variations of northern and southern apricot kernels: https://www.kitchenheroes.com.sg/single-post/2018/03/04/The-Difference-between-North-%E5%8D%97%E6%9D%8F-and-South-almonds-%E5%8C%97%E6%9D%8F-Apricot-Kernels

    also worth mentioning that as with everything we see online, I feel it’s important we do our own research and consult our doctor(s) to ensure what we’re watching / hearing is aligned with what we is best for ourselves, our body, and our health as we all function and operate beautifully uniquely, person to person ����

  • Hey I actually hate self promo so I normally wouldn’t post this but I don’t know how else to do this but I really want to start posting YouTube videos but so far my only 2 subscribers are people at my school who will make fun of me so if any other small accounts want to subscribe, I will subscribe back and support your content okay much love again sorry for the self promo also the chai milk looked sooooo delicious I really want to try making it!

  • I was enjoying the video until I reached the part where you made chai. We Indians drink chai on a daily basis and we only like home made. And girl I have to tell you that’s not how we make chai. But if you prefer it that way, sure why not. Enjoy.

  • Hey I’ve been watching your video from few days
    And you really helped me ita not like normal help
    I’ve felt connected to you honestly
    And I want your help too could you make a video on drink and breakfast which take less time for preparation & gives a high amount of energy to survive Morning tiring lecture at college without getting hungry for College student.
    I feel so low and it affects mental health a lot not eating breakfast.

  • i feel like reading a scientific journal even though i watched the video lol (because how much information that i get from watching it)

  • I have heard that this kind of Turmeric Milk while taking on empty stomach early in the morning is best cure for allergic symptoms instead of zyrtec, loratedine,etc. Can someone confirm it Please. Thanks

  • This was ages ago now, but I made the beetroot latte with espresso this winter and it was super good! And super pink! Highly recommend! Thanks, Sadia!

  • Hi Rowena, I really like your videos and as usual I liked this one too.
    Just a small comment to say that honey should be consumed cold or at room temperature in order to benefit from its amazing properties. As soon as you put in in a hot beverage, it loses most of it. It’s a shame to put amazing Manuka honey (especially considering its price) in hot tea or latte.
    Anyway, I am going to try your recipes this weekend, thank you:)

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  • Turmeric latte is the best bed time (or anytime really:) ) drink in my opinion and I love your version. I really want a cup now!:)

  • Hey Im so happy to watch this video! and I wanna ask, if I make that latte too much then can I save it in freezer for I drink latter? Sorry for my bad english. Hope u have a nice day ❤

  • Matcha’s nutritional value and benefits from the entire leaf is cancelled out by compounds in the milk. I can’t remember in specific.

  • I always saw and watch green tea recipes because it looks healthy and delicious but when i taste it �� meh �� teach me how to love matcha tea.. i dont want to give up �� i still want to drink it

  • I have never made a matcha before, but I am into sustainability and health. Came across your channel… instant follow and I am going to try making one with almond milk.

  • Check out the Blue Spirulina and other amazing health powders from The Reserve. I have found the quality to be excellent at a comfortable price point ������������

  • Chai and ginger lattes… done:)
    I created my own too, I did a rose latte with, white tea, pink roses infusion, and soy milk.
    I drink everything unsweetened cause I don’t actually like sweet things.

  • I come back to this video time and time again not only because I enjoy thinking about cool drinks but also because I really enjoy the way this video is made. The editing is crisp and clean with how the shots are cut together. There’s a calm energy in the narration and soundtrack. I sort of like the text overlays, too. Very nice video ��

  • Thanks to your help I made a delicious latte this morning!! Turmeric Rooibos tea, with collagen, a dash of maple syrup and warm soy milk. It tastes like tapioca pudding but it doesn’t have all that sugar!! �� thank you!!

  • As for sweeteners, one of my greatest discoveries food-wise in general was xylitol. It’s a natural sweetener sourced from birch trees and it not only isn’t bad for you at all but it actually has several health benefits! Very low glicemic index (even people with diabetes can safely consume it!), 40% less calories than regular sugar while tasting exactly the same, doesn’t spike blood sugar or insulin (which even honey does…), boosts dental health and also animal studies indicate impressive benefits for metabolic health. And there’s so much more! I recommend googling it, here’s the first article that popped up for me: https://www.healthline.com/nutrition/xylitol-101#dental-health

  • This is such a great video and aesthetically pleasing!! I also want to say a TREMENDOUS THANK YOU for showing all alternatives for sugars, detailed walkthrough on how to make each latte and what you used and especially for listing everything you used in the video with links in description box, it is extremely helpful!!! Thank you!!

  • 3:32 as an Indian, I died a little bit on the inside when she called that Chai. That’s just… nothing like chai at all. That’s spiced hot chocolate. It’s good spiced hot chocolate, but it’s spiced hot chocolate.

    Also it’s turmeric. Not tumor ic.

  • Im so glad I stumbled across this video from Beauty Within. I love relaxing yet beneficial videos like this. Im so happy you made this! Thank you �� ��

  • could you do recipes for better sleep? my boyfriend is looking to get healthier and sleep easier (he lays awake for hours), and one of your lattes in this video sparked the idea. thanks! loved the video xx

  • i was so sad that i didn’t have matcha powder till i realize i had turmeric powder all this time in my shelf..i finally have smthg i can make lol

  • Actually chai is(in my opinion) a much better option for periods because the cardamom is great for cramping. I also do add ginger to my chai.

  • Just because she specifically mentioned the price of the Numi rooibos tea, its cheaper at Kroger and they often have coupons for that brand and sales, so it’s often that you can find that tea brand for like $3.50.

  • Oh you seem like such a sweetheart:D I wonder how I haven’t bumped into your content earlier?! Liked and subscribed, thank you!:)

  • You are lovely and it is always so satisfying to watch ur videos
    As a plant lover i love watching plants hanging in ur kitchen i dream of such a kitchen
    I ll surely try some of the drinks and let u knw

  • I’m sorry, but do you know real horchata is actually made of a very specific cereal named chufa? It grows in Valencia (Spain) and definitely tastes nothing like rice and cinnamon. Though we do drink it sometimes with coffee too. I love this channel, but as a true Valencian at heart, this annoyed me.

  • I’d like to add something, According indian ayurveda, turmeric or cinnamon are good for milk but the quantity should be very less as compared to what you’re using, it’ll be bad for body in the long run

  • Sadia!!! You are so sweet! I learn So much with you! Thank you for everything you do!!! A big hugh from me to you! I’m from Dominican Republic =D

  • Hai sadia! ik heb een vraagje ( i know you learning dutch so thats why i ask my question in dutch ��) kan je ook honing gebruiken in plaats van maple syrup?

  • Your kitchen is just so beautiful! I’m inspired to decorate my kitchen and buy some beautiful mug and plates and the plants make it so perfect. �� definitely will gonna try the citrus with ginger and berries, it looks so healthy and refreshing. ��

  • I like watching pick up limes so that i can pick up some new creative ideas, I particularly liked how you sprinkled that cocoa powder. So artistic!

  • Whats your expresso machine brand?

    My fave drink is one similar to yours: golden milk with coconut milk fresh turmeric, cinnamon, sweetener, pepper supper warm. But after you suggested adding expresso I am down for it

  • Woah i just did the golden milk one and it was so good!! I was a lil skeptic since i don’t like herbal flavours all that much but it was perfect

  • I found your channel by accident and became a subscriber. I thought you had valuable information and insight with great tips. I think a lot of the comments on here rely too heavily on people of youtube and Instagram to tell them what to do. I felt you made it clear you were not a nutritionist but really enjoyed nutrition and understanding the properties etc. I think its important for each person to research and figure out if something is harmful to them and not rely on you in a video or in the comment section to defend yourself. I know you posted this a while ago, but I am definitely looking forward to more of these types of videos. I know the content took and effort to put together and I appreciated it.

  • Hi Rowena, I wanted to check to see if you can recommend a shop in New York where I can find the Taiwanese apricot kernel powder.?

  • Your recipes seem quite inspired from traditional Indian vegetarian cuisine..love this about your food.. makes me feel instantly connected apart from your beautiful kitchen and soothing voice..:)

  • All the summer drinks are energetic & yummy. I tried it with regular milk & it tastes super. From all the other content created for health & fitness. Your recipe seems so good & satisfying. As I belongs to India, some of the food supplements like fresh berries are not available that I have to replace if I can. Other than that, good to go.

  • Golden Milk 0:29
    Beetroot Latte 2:01
    Chai Hot Chocolate 3:31
    Mulled Spiced Apple Cider 5:23
    Peanut Butter Caramel Latte 6:25

  • Just a suggestion, can you please update the ingredients in written as well,, it will help to understand deaf people who could not hear.

  • I tried the hot chocolate and I would that there are too many cardamon pods in it use 3-4 instead 6 is was too much and add a bit more sweetness either adding more squares of chocolate or raw sugar ��

  • Being an south asian..some flavours are great and some are a total mismatch..like ginger and cocoa. Also, cinnamon and vanilla don’t pair up well..they are good on their own. Could you please mention number of calories and fat and protein per serving

  • Golden milk, is a go to drink in India if you’re sick. We call it Haldi Doodh (literally translates to Turmeric Milk). Loved the recipes shown ♥️

  • These recipes look super delicious, I am definitely gonna give them a try (especially the PB caramel latte!!). I am also amazed by the aesthetics of your studio and your aura really. Would you mind sharing where you purchased the mugs for these hot beverages, they look classic:D

  • when i saw the blue latte i thought you used butterfly blue pea tea. it doesn’t taste like anything but can be blue or purple (with citrus)

  • Thanks for sharing these hot drink recipes. I was looking for such recipes for a long time. A question: which chocolate do you use in chai hot chocolate?

  • I can’t wait to try all of these recipes. I don’t own a blender, but your videos have definitely inspired me to get one soon! Thanks!

  • Wow! I am in love! The videography of these videos is amazing and you are also gorgeous, Malin <3 I'm going to make this latte ASAP. Lots of love from Lithuania:)

  • just tried matcha today, im trying to quit coffee! at least drink less, and matcha i heard is a good way to go. THANKS ROWENA!!:)

  • Do not add honey while u r heating the milk…. It completely destroys its benefit and even acts as poison…. Add it in the end directly into the glass or mug

  • 2,4 and 5 my favorites can’t wait to make these I am going to make 2 and put it over ice
    Love these Christa.
    Peace love and blessings to you ��

  • This recipe turned out rlyy very good…everybody should give it a try
    But the honey should be added in the end bcoz heating it is not good:)

  • These drinks r tasty & amazing but guys, don’t counteract the benefits by adding whole milk, honey or sugar or it will defeat the object of having healthy drinks. Great as part of a healthy balanced diet

  • How far it is correct honey to boiling milk,what I heard is to add honey only when the milk is cooled after boiling or little warm.which is correct

  • Lovely video content! Excuse me for chiming in, I would love your opinion. Have you heard about Dinanlinson Gym Creator Approach (search on google)? It is a good exclusive guide for learning a highly effective bodyweight workout program to strip fat off without the hard work. Ive heard some pretty good things about it and my friend Sam after a lifetime of fighting got cool results with it.

  • Why even call it Turmeric Latte?? and appropriate the credit to West. That is indeed despicable, turmeric milk is an ancient Indian drink no need to borrow any repackaged names.

  • Bye god yarr haldi ke doodh ko kya naam de diya” turmeric latte ” our uski recipes bhi aane lag gaya simple to he garam doodh me add haldi thoda dry fruit dal de ne se co extraordinaire recipe nahi ban jati

  • Honey can’t be added in boiling milk. Its extremely hazardous for health.. Honey should be added in lukewarm (kasuna) milk but not in boiling milk. Don’t spread wrong information.

  • Looks so good! Love your mugs.. Gerald was drinking out of one during his last Leak project and was thinking, ‘Christa has good taste’:) now going to try that Chai Latte myself! Thanks for your warm and cozy recipe vids.

  • I agree with you Vinay in saying that it’s not good to heat honey directly and that adding it to the drink once it’s prepared is better for you, but also, aren’t you suppose to add a small amount of black pepper to the drink, as this helps the body to absorb the healing compound “curcumin” that’s in tumeric?

  • बावळट…. बाकी सगळे पदार्थ नैसर्गिक, घरात सहज उपलब्ध असलेले घातले. मग व्हॅनिला इसेन्स कशाला हवा? आणि म्हणे, ” अाज्जीच्या हातचं, आयुर्वेदिक ” ������ घंटा.

  • Can anyone tell me plz which turmeric should we use to make this haldi drink? As there are two types of turmeric. One is we use for cooking and other one is for beauty culture. So can anyone plz tell me which turmeric is good for drinking?

  • Honey in hot water last all what have good. Honey must add after boil when tea not to hot, just add honey before drink. If you want boil just add sugar ��

  • Nice recipe; liked the sounth, kali miri and dalchini powders in the milk. Will try making it this way. Can we add jaggery instead of honey?

  • Dont ever add honey in boiling water or milk bcuz honey looses its nutrition value and add black pepper while boiling the milk to activate curcumin found in turmeric for best healthier result of haldi milk

  • But it is advised that honey should not be heated. So to be on the safe side, I would add honey after the boiling process is over. Wouldn’t make any difference, it’s there more as a sweetner anyhow.

  • Sir this process is nt safe fr us.bcz u add honey while boiling the milk..dont add honey at the time of boilig…it shld b nt safe fr us..u shld add it after boling the milk..this is actually nt the r8 process sir..

  • I just made the turmeric latte and IT’S SO GOOD oh my God I didn’t expect that those spices would work together so well in a latte! I think this will be my new fav drink that I’d make for the next few months. Thank you so much for the recipe!:D

  • I love my espresso machine but it had a defective pump.>>> t.co/pkvBUbRSaE Breville promptly sent me prepaid priority packaging to safely return the machine to them and the repaired machine was back to me in less than one week.

  • I love your videos, they’re so therapeutic. You come across as immensely genuine and non judgemental, unlike other YouTubers I’ve seen in this niche. I’ve been a vegetarian for 5 years and only this year have gone back to including fish in my diet, I didn’t manage my nutrition very well and was dizzy constantly. I always thought veganism was too extreme for me, and I dislike the pretentious angry attitudes of vegans, now I’m actually considering making the change because of your videos ��

  • Tip for turmeric: Add a touch of black pepper to activate it’s healthy properties.

    Lattes are perfect to make in isolation ❤️ Hope you all are doing okay

  • I just tried the mint matcha, I personally don’t like strong matcha so I added a little bit matcha powder so the flavour is like, in the background. Added some cinnamon powder while the milk was boiling with the milk AND I LOVED IT! The best simple recipe that I have tried��

  • She has such a beautifully warm smile and such an endearing personalitythis is my first time seeing her but she is so precious and wholesome!

  • you only have one chance to make a perfect baby. Please research why caffeine may be bad for the developing baby. please also research the effects mint has on the developing baby.

  • Great recipes! I cannot have dairy so I like the fact that you use alternative milks too…Which one of your non dairy recipes is your favorite? My children and hubby can have dairy but are there any dairy free lattes that you think would be liked by dairy and non dairy drinkers alike? Thanks x

  • @honeysuckle Dzung! I had to come back on here and tell you that this mint matcha latte is truly the best! My homemade matcha lattes never quite come out exactly how I want. I followed your directions and it was incredibly delicious. I’ve had it everyday this week for breakfast. Thank you!!!

  • For london fog, I use maple syrup instead of sugar as the sweetener. I mean, if we’re making a canadian drink, go all the way right? 😉

  • These look yummy. Thanks for sharing. Also, thank you for telling us where/what size of Vietnamese coffee filter to get. I’m definitely going to get one for my husband.

  • lemme tell u that these coffee series vids are how i’ve been getting my fix i haven’t stepped into a starbucks since i’ve discovered them and my wallet has been so grateful

  • Excuse me, You are confusing aqua de arroz with horchata, the horchata is made from a plant that’s crushed, what you are making is aqua de arroz,it has the same flavors but done differently, aqua de arroz is called rice water, I should know I grew up with this drink. P.s my mother just took my phone

  • I can’t eat ginger. I have experienced allergic reactions whenever I consumed concentrated amounts. If I may ask, What’s a better substitute?!

  • if you’re going to try the tea one, i recommend putting more water in in the tea steeping stage so that in the end there is more tea flavour and less milk. it tastes so much better, as a british (scottish) person i can tell you no one here drinks their tea with so much milk! (i fill mine with water almost to the top and just top it up with milk, it really is enough!)

  • I feel like you must already know about this place, but have you heard of the Brooklyn shop The End? https://www.instagram.com/thendbrooklyn/?hl=en

    They do crazy lattes and kind of headed up the unicorn latte craze. The unicorn one is made with blue-green algae and I think they also do a charcoal one, an amethyst one, and some other crazy stuff.

    Anyway, all of yours sound amazing and I will have to give your golden milk recipe a try for sure!

  • My matcha green tea doesn’t dissolve all the way leaving small powder-like things. Does it depend on the different matcha green tea brand?

  • Does the golden milk taste a lot of turmeric?
    I love the spice for colour and for what it does, but I can’t stand the flavour unfortunately…

  • I’m a bit confused…aren’t you supposed to avoid drinking coffee when you’re pregnant? Nonetheless, these lattes look absolutely scrumptious!! I can’t wait to try them at home.

  • How gorgeous, your presentation is so beautiful, soothing, and of such high quality and such wonderful, healthy recipes as well, I’m so looking forward to trying them all, why thank you so much!

  • for the matcha one, am I able to use mint essence besides the real mint leaves? and for the vanilla extract am I able to use the powder one with the same size? please help and reply this, thank you:)) love your video!!

  • I used to love youtubers growing up as a kid, but i grew up learning most are assholes and I hate them now lol. But you are still so lovely and i love you haha

  • There is a possible correlation between spiruluna and related products, and Alzheimers, Parkinsons, as well as ALS. Please google “Spirulina, Dr Weil,” for Dr. Andrew Weil’s detailed explanation of why Spirulina products are not safe.

  • these all look just so yummy. made London for and I am in heaven can’t wait to try all the other lattes. thank you for all these great recipes. ��

  • I got a vietnamese coffeefilter from eBay after seeing yours in all the latte-videos! I love it, it’s perfect for making a latte and iced coffee when it’s just for me as I don’t have an espresso machine =)

  • I definitely gonna try that London Fog! But I don’t think I can find lavender buds here in my hometown.. Can I substitute them with Lavender essential oil (food grade one)?