Make this warming, golden Turmeric Bone Broth Latte for all the health benefits!
Would you believe me if I told you that this is one of my favorite drinks? Because it’s totally true. I didn’t think a turmeric bone broth latte would be a dreamy source of comfort and joy. But look at me now. Caught with a mug of blissful, golden frothiness and nothing can stop me from drinking this all year ’round.
And you better believe all the benefits of turmeric. It is a powerful anti-inflammatory spice, contains antioxidants, beneficial for the gut lining and supports probiotic growth, and can be taken as a natural painkiller. You already know how much I love bone broth and if you haven’t already done so, go check out my post on how to make bone broth!
This drink is incredible for boosting your immune system, aiding in healthy digestion, beneficial for heart health, and so much more. Curcumin is the active ingredient found in turmeric. It’s also fat soluble which makes it great to add in the coconut oil or grass fed butter for full absorption in this drink. You’ll want to make sure that when you are taking turmeric/curcumin supplements or just adding to your favorite dishes, that you find black pepper in the list of ingredients so that you can reap all the benefits! It’s best to take it with black pepper, containing the compound piperine, which enhances the absorption of turmeric/curcumin.
And now you know why this drink is not only so tasty, creamy, frothy but also so nutritional awesome for you! I hope you enjoy making this golden beverage!
Turmeric Bone Broth Latte
- 1 cup bone broth*
- 1 tbsp coconut oil or grass fed butter or ghee
- 1/2 tsp turmeric
- 1/8 tsp of black pepper aids in turmeric absorption
- pinch of sea salt
- 1/2 tsp other spices like ginger, rosemary, thyme optional
Pour a cup of bone broth in a sauce pan on medium heat. Take it off the stove just before it boils.
Add bone broth and coconut oil/butter to a blender until frothy. Pour into a mug and then stir in turmeric (don't add to the blender because it stains!) Add a dash of sea salt and my personal favorite a pinch of cayenne pepper and ginger!
*Make the bone broth ahead of time and then in freeze cubes so you can use for the future!
Check out my post to make bone broth (or you can buy from the store)!