Warming, nourishing, and delightful, these homemade cozy drinks will make you want to stay home and cuddle with your favorite person, animal, or book. Keep warm with matcha, maca, hot chocolate, herbal teas and more easy warming drink recipes.
Maca is my very favorite supplement, and this warming, nourishing maca elixir is the easiest way to imbibe. Just four simple ingredients in this easy Maca Elixir will get you started with this important superfood.
What makes the best matcha latte? To me it’s just a little bit sweet, a little bit creamy with coconut creamer, and just enough matcha powder to make your day brighter and better!
Golden milk (or turmeric milk) is really yummy, but there are some great health benefits hiding in this traditional drink. Learn more about the health benefits of turmeric and how it becomes a really potent medicine when combined with other herbs.
If you’re lucky enough to find fresh turmeric, here are the tips and tricks you need to make turmeric milk from fresh turmeric root. You can use this turmeric ginger base for curries, for turmeric lemonade, or added into dressings for some zing.
Another season, another list of a few of my favorite things: two new yummy drinks for year-round drinking, a simple summery berry sauce, a sweet salad addition, and my favorite new vegan creamer.
A deeply nourishing yet wildly delicious superfood hot chocolate made with my favorite ingredient: maca. Learn why maca + chocolate + healthy fats make for a satisfying drink, any time of year.
Tea lattes are my new favorite winter beverage, bringing together my favorite green jasmine tea with healthy coconut creme and a dash of sweetness.
Homemade yogi tea, made with spices, ginger, and any type of tea is warming and nourishing any time of the year.
This homemade sweet tamarind soda is a delightful diversion from the over-sweetened sodas from the store, and it makes a great cocktail!
Warming, delicious and healthy: this spiced apple cider recipe is a great holiday beverage!