For all turmeric and pumpkin spice lovers 💛 Did you know turmeric latte spice blend has similar spices to pumpkin spice?
Problem: Nighttime snacking. Inflammation. Expensive $7 Turmeric lattes. A hurting wallet.
Solution: Jaswant's Kitchen Turmeric Spice Blend! $12.99 will get you 15 Turmeric lattes!
This turmeric spice blend was specifically designed by the beloved Jaswant's Kitchen, a grassroots Toronto based company for our Paleo and Keto lifestylers.
Make an expensive coffee shop worthy turmeric latte at home easily and without a mess!
Turmeric is known for anti-inflammatory, anti-oxidant and anti-fungal propertis. This blend contains organic turmeric and provides you with 1.4g of turmeric per serving.
Number of Servings: 15
Ingredients: Organic turmeric powder, cardamom, all spice, cloves, black pepper
EASY TO FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS
Allergy allert: May contain traces of peanuts, tree nuts, sesame seeds, mustard and soy. Was not made in a nut free facility.
You can make a turmeric elixir; follow the recipe with water and top off with a little bit of coconut cream. Perfect fall and winter nighttime drink.
Also, a little bit of fat helps to better absorb curcumin (active ingredient in turmeric) so use higher fat milk or add a small amount of coconut oil or ghee.
Jaswant's Kitchen is a Canadian female led family business on a mission to make Indian cooking so easy, anyone can do it! Read more about them here. Check out these tips & tricks to learn how to make the most of their delicious spice blends and drink mixes!
This blend of spices is amazing. I used Coconut Milk and a touch of Coconut oil, and it was divine. I didn’t add any type of sweetener the first time but will in the future.
This is my favourite hot drink, and this summer it has turned into my favourite cold drink as well! It’s delicious, flavourful but not overpowering and it smells as yummy as it tastes! I’ll continue to buy this product for as long as it’s available (which I hope is forever)!
Jaswant's Kitchen - Turmeric Latte Spice Blend
This is my part of my night time routine. For the cost of 2 lattes at a shop, you can have 15 made at home <3 I can't stress how much my inflammation goes down overnight, I feel waking up feeling super slim :) Deliciousness. Boil in hot water, steep for 4 minutes, strain into mug and add milk option and or sweetener of your choice and voila, homemade turmeric latte.
I absolutely enjoyed this drink, very smooth tasting and well balanced. I heated almond milk with a splash of coconut milk and added some ghee. Delicious.