This Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte is Golden Milk with a fall makeover! Brimming with warm, autumn spices, this good-for-you turmeric tea contains anti-inflammatory compounds and antioxidants.
It’s officially October, so we’re not making just regular, plain ol’ turmeric tea. Oh, no. We’re making Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Lattes.
And we’re making it with Truvia‘s new Nectar! Truvia Nectar is a stevia and honey blend that can be used anywhere you would use honey, agave, or maple syrup. It also has 50% fewer calories per serving than sugar. I use it to top my oatmeal in the morning, in my smoothies, in baking, and in this Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea!
The taste of Truvia Nectar is really amazing. For those who haven’t tried stevia, this is also a great way to introduce it to your diet. Stevia is a calorie-free sugar substitute that is derived from a plant. It does not increase blood sugar, making it diabetic-friendly. Part of the Asteraceae family (like daisies and ragweed), the stevia plant is also referred to as sweetleaf, sugarleaf, or candyleaf. Pretty self-explanatory name, huh? Stevia is actually over 200 times sweeter than sugar, so only a small amount is needed to get the desired effect. For the Truvia Nectar, you only need half as much compared to honey.
Never had stevia before? Guess what?! For a limited time, Truvia is sending out completely free samples! Grab a free sample of their Truvia Nectar and tell me what you think!
And if you want even more delicious, healthy stevia fall recipes, be sure to check out their website or click below:
You will be a stevia-believer in no time! (a stevialiever?)
This Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte is like drinking fall in a warm, comforting cup.
Turmeric tea is crazy simple to make. It’s made by simmering water with turmeric. And that’s about it. The hot, spicy beverage is also known as Golden Milk, for its vibrant yellow color.
There’s plenty of health benefits to turmeric.
Turmeric contains the active ingredient curcumin, which is a very strong antioxidant with anti-inflammatory compounds. The medical herb contains tons of healing properties. It’s been linked to treating depression, healing arthritis, preventing Alzheimer’s, and lowering the risk of heart disease. Yay for turmeric!
This drink is spicy, but in all the right ways. Please feel free to experiment with the spice levels and see what works for you, especially if you’re a turmeric newbie!
But it is so good. This pumpkin spice turmeric tea contains no caffeine and very little sugar, but it is still pleasantly sweet thanks to Truvia Nectar. It’s brimming with warm spices, such as cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, clove, and allspice. It has organic pumpkin puree, unsweetened almond milk, and some coconut oil for good measure and healthy fat. It made the entire house smell good, and I’m making another cup tonight! Feel free to join me. I’ll be on the porch with Cocoa, reading a book and sipping this tea like the proper 30-year-old-going-on-60-year-old lady I am.
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Thank you to Truvia for sponsoring this post. Make sure you check their store locator to see where you can find their new Truvia Nectar, and also take a peek at some of their amazing fall recipes! Do you love turmeric tea? Have you ever tried stevia? What are your favorite fall beverages? Let me know in the comments below!
This Pumpkin Spice Turmeric Tea Latte is a good-for-you beverage brimming with warm autumn spices.
- 2 cups unsweetened vanilla almond milk
- 1/3 cup organic pumpkin puree
- 1 teaspoon organic ground turmeric root
- 1 teaspoon cinnamon
- 1/2 teaspoon ground ginger
- 1/4 teaspoon ground nutmeg
- 1/4 teaspoon allspice
- 1/4 teaspoon ground clove
- 1 tablespoon Truvia Nectar (or agave for vegan)
- 2 teaspoons melted coconut oil
- Bring the almond milk to a simmer in a small saucepan.
- In a blender, blend the pumpkin puree, coconut oil, Truvia Nectar, and all of the spices. Blend well until completely mixed with no lumps of spices.
- Once the almond milk is simmering, slowly pour in about a 1/2 cup. Blend well and stop, scraping down with a spatula to ensure everything is incorporated.
- Then, with the blender running, slowly blend in the rest of the almond milk. Blend at high-speed until frothy. Serve immediately with additional cinnamon or turmeric sprinkled on top.