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Saffon Golden Milk-Coconut Chai

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This sensuous beverage is a heady combination of coconut cream, saffron, tumeric, ginger, and cinnamon. The sunny yellow colour combines well with the beet coloured saffron cream add on.

Ingredients

For the Golden Milk

16 oz Every day Ginger Tea (omit lime and honey)

or cook 3″ ginger in filtered water for five minutes

1/4 tea organic tumeric

1/4 tea fresh grated ceylon cinnamon

pinch black pepper

2 tbl premium coconut cream

2 tbl monk fruit granules

For Saffon Cream

6 strands of saffron

1/2 tea red beet finely grated

2 tbl premium coconut

2 tbl monk fruit granules

Extra Credit

grated ginger

1/2 tea nigella seed oil

grated ceylon cinnamon for topping

Instructions

First make the golden milk by adding the tumeric, cinnamon, black pepper, coconut cream, and monk fruit to the ginger tea. Bring mixture to a boil. Turn off flame, then pour into serving cups.

Combine the ingredients for the saffron cream. Add the coconut cream, saffron threads (dry, do not soak- too much water will ruin the creamy texture), the beets, the monk fruit. You may need to blend in a food processor so mixture is smooth, but don’t blend it for long, or it may heat up and become thinner. You want a thick cream consistency.  Taste it, and correct flavour. Serve the saffron cream on the side in a beautiful container. Right before serving you can create an original painting in your cups by dripping five or six drops on to the top. Serve immediately, as the heat from the tea will make the drops start to lose their shape.

Notes

Be careful with tumeric as it can stain your hands or any table cloths. If you want extra health benefits or a stronger taste add in the nigella seed oil (another great diabetes supporter), extra cinnamon and grated ginger. These ingredients can really pack a flavour punch and are fantastic for supporting your body. You can also play around with the colour of the saffron cream add in. It is pretty to make two versions of this cream, one lighter and darker, and swirl them together right before serving.