These low carb turmeric shots are super quick and easy to make. This drink is sugar-free and keto-friendly and comes with many health benefits.
The high-fat content will keep you full for hours and hours.
The turmeric, ginger and spices give it a subtle kick and depth of flavour with the keto diet.
It is more nutritious than a regular sugar-laden milkshake, or that morning cup of coffee.
HEALTH BENEFITS OF TUMERIC
- Fight inflammation
- Help keep blood sugar levels steady
- Reduce pain from PMS
- Can help fight viral inflexions like flu
- Ease joint pain and stiffness
However turmeric is best absorbed with some fat, so I’ve added a little heavy cream. You can replace this with coconut milk if you prefer dairy-free.
It is egg-free, nightshade-free, nut-free (depending on the milk used) and vegan.
You can use any dairy substitute, I chose to make mine with coconut milk, which thickens to a dreamy creamy milkshake because of the addition of the ice-cubes to the keto turmeric milkshake.
But you could also use any milk substitute that you can tolerate, such as almond milk.
- 375 ml non-dairy milk I used coconut milk
- 2 tbsp coconut oil
- three/four tsp turmeric powder or 3 inches peeled turmeric root
- half of tsp ginger powder or half of the inch peeled ginger root
- 1/four tsp cinnamon
- 1/four tsp vanilla
- granulated sweetener of desire or greater, in your taste
- pinch Himalayan salt
- 2 ice cubes
- Place all of the components in an excessive-powered blender.
- If your blender isn’t always excessive-powered enough, grate or mince the turmeric and ginger roots earlier than including to the blender, or use powdered turmeric and ginger alternatively.
- Blend on high for 30 seconds, or till thick and golden.
- Pout the kero turmeric milkshake into a pitcher and sprinkle with cinnamon and turmeric.
- Adding floor black pepper and fat may additionally beautify the absorption of the energetic compound in turmeric, curcumin.