Hey Kelly, Yes, absolutely 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Melina, In this recipe, it’s not heated, however if you prefer a hotter drink, you can certainly heat it before adding it to the mixture. However, just be careful when it comes to the shaking step 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Of course! Hope you enjoy it Amanda 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Yay! Let us know what you think when you do Bernadette 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Jenny, In this recipe, it’s not heated, however if you prefer a hotter drink, you can certainly heat it before adding it to the mixture. However, just be careful when it comes to the shaking step 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
You’re brilliant. I love turmeric lattes but I’m super lazy now I make it everyday!! Game changer!
Hey, that’s what Lazy Lady Turmeric Lattes are for, right?! 🙂 Hope you enjoy it, Shannon! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Thank you so much for posting this video. This might seem like a rudimentary question: How do I make an iced version of this latte? Other than adding ice, are there any extra steps involved?
Hey Jeri, If you want to make it iced, you can still follow the steps as they are laid out (as the hot water will help to mix the turmeric better) and then throw some ice cubes in the jar and shake it up again until it’s cold 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I have to try it! So fast and easy and yummy and HEALTHY! Thank you so much for sharing!
Yes, totally! Let us know what you think when you get a chance to try it Viera 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Ruby, Yes definitely 🙂 Maple syrup is a great natural sweetener! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Is it ok to drink this while pregnant? I used to drink the golden tea all the time but not sure if it’s ok for baby.
Hey Gigi, Yes it is 🙂 Joy drank turmeric lattes throughout her pregnancy, however, it’s always best to check in with your natural health care practitioner before making any new changes in your diet. Rachel – Joyous Health Team
The Lazy Tumeric Latte sounds great. We have allergies to nuts … Any suggestions to replace the but milk in this ?
Hey Rita, Coconut milk would be a great alternative 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hi Tom, We wouldn’t advise drinking cow’s milk as it’s difficult to digest and is pro-inflammatory in the body. Instead we would recommend using coconut milk or hemp milk 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I love this fast and quick way of making turmeric latte! So easy and delicious! Thank you Joy!!
So glad to hear you enjoyed it Sumita 🙂 Hope you and your little one are doing well! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Thank you for this! My son has had the flu all week and I have been wanting to boost my immune system. This is EASY and delicious- and I had all the ingredients!
Amazing Anna! Yes, it’s such an easy way to get a whole whack of nutrition really fast! I hope your son feels better soon! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I never tried the other version, but this one is great. Thank you very much.
Hey Kim, Well if you feel so inspired to do so, you can find the recipe here: https://www.joyoushealth.com/26656-blog-super-easy-turmeric-ginger-tea Rachel – Joyous Health Team
So happy to hear that Michele! Easier than ever, to boot 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Great hack! If I may- I understood that pouring boiling water over honey diminishes its nutritional properties. Also, I found adding a full cup of nut milk from the fridge (where mine’s kept after opening), cooled the half cup of hot water right down and it had to be heated up to be enjoyable.
Yes, you may lose the enzymes but the B vitamins and amino acids will still be present! If you prefer a hotter drink, you could always warm the nut milk first 🙂 Just be careful when shaking! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I can’t use nut milk due to allergies. Which is better to use : coconut or soy milk?
Hey Carolyn, In that case, we would recommend coconut. Soy is a common allergen and is often genetically modified and can lead to hormonal issues so it’s best to stay clear 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Sipping my Lazy lady tumeric latte…it is yummy! Thank you for the recipe❤️
Yahooooo! So glad you’re enjoying it Nancy! 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I can’t wait to make this!! I absolutely love making the turmeric ginger tea. I’m guessing this is just as delish!! And even easier!! Thanks Joy!
Yay! Awesome Liz! Let us know what you think when you end up trying it 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I absolutely love this recipe! And it was my favourite thing to wake up to this morning – thank you for your light Joy!
Great recipe! I have been trying so hard to treat my body a little better this year. Turmeric teas, ginger with lemon and found this great detox tea as well: http://bit.ly/2DGmwdh.
Ideas on how would I modify the recipe if I’m using fresh turmeric and fresh ginger? Thanks!
Yes totally! Use this method: https://www.joyoushealth.com/26656-blog-super-easy-turmeric-ginger-tea Just copy and paste that into your browser. Or search my blog for Super Easy Turmeric Ginger Tea and you’ll find the blender method.
Hi Joy! I’ve made this twice now and I still find that the cinnamon and other ground spices tend to taste gritty. I made sure to shake well but I’m still struggling with the texture.
It’s not perfect, but that’s what makes it the lazy version 😉 You can always strain it but then you’ll lose most of the health benefits. You may like the blender version better. Try this recipe: https://www.joyoushealth.com/26656-blog-super-easy-turmeric-ginger-tea
I found the same, Courtney! I would still drink it, just stir it while I go…not ideal. I ran out of time the other morning and threw the jar in my bag to take it to work. I ended up putting in the microwave when I got there for 45 seconds (I know…microwaves…bad for us, etc…) BUT it totally dissolves the spices. The latte is SO creamy and delightful now!! I’m obsessed. Maybe you would find the same benefits if it just sits for a few extra minutes
This is delicious! Thanks Joy for another great recipe. It’s hard to make things like this with kids running around but this “lazy” version is perfect.
Totally! I know what you mean 🙂 Enjoy!
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Joy, You are awesome !! you are so down to earth, I love it. ::) Gonna try to make this right now . If you can share a hot turmeric late for a pre bedtime drink, that would be awesome
thanks for sharing .. your rock !!
Hey Sue, Awesome! We hope you enjoy it 🙂 You might also enjoy Joy’s other Easy Turmeric Ginger Tea Latte recipe, which you can find over here: https://www.joyoushealth.com/26656-blog-super-easy-turmeric-ginger-tea Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Cathy, It depends how you like yours. We don’t typically drink ours super hot. You could try warming up the milk on the stove top first so it doesn’t cool it too much 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Just made this. And I love it. Easy and delicious. Hoping it helps a little with those aches and pains too. Thanks for sharing.
So happy you enjoyed it Elizabeth 🙂 It definitely should! Turmeric comes with a wealth of benefits! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
So happy to hear you’ve been enjoying it, Colleen! 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Barb! We’re so happy to hear you love it 🙂 Thanks for sharing. Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hey Catherine, Wonderful! You will love it 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
I made this today! With real ginger instead of powdered, and vanilla almond milk. So delicious!!
Delicious! That sounds amazing Kristin 🙂 Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Hi Joy, could you add some cocoa powder? Would that be tasty 😋?
How much if you agreed would you add?
Hi Roni! Hmmm, I’m not sure about that combo to be honest 🙂 That being said, I haven’t tried it myself so if you try it, please report back! If you were gonna add some I would say 1/2-1tsp. Good luck!
Hi Joy!I love love love this Latté. I like mine warm and cozy so I always heat my almond milk before adding. Thanks so much for this beauty!
Mmm! So yummy 🙂 So glad you’re enjoying it Jan! Rachel – Joyous Health Team
Yummy! Tried this at one of our local cafes for the first time and I got hooked. Love this recipe though because 1: I save money, and 2: it’s so easy! Love that I can put the spices and the honey in the mason jar and take to work and put boiling water and milk when I get there
Oh and I didn’t have any ground ginger at the time but I did add ground allspice and it was good!
Hi Maria, mmm, allspice sounds like a wonderful addition 🙂 Glad you’ll save some dollars! Enjoy!
This should be called busy mom’s afternoon pick me up. That’s how I use it. I love it. And I love that it’s easy.
That’s the perfect name! 🙂
Sounds delicious. Will be making it for sure. I am having hot Botanic turmeric with ginger each morning. Now I will have a nice cool drink too. Thank you for sharing
Almond Fresh or Silk – the refrigerated carton are both great.
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