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These 42 Keto Turmeric Recipes Will Make Your Taste Buds Dance

Louise Hendon | July 28
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Imagine this: you’re over at your friend’s house having dinner.

The meal is just BURSTING with amazing flavor. It’s so good! Nothing like what you have at home.

And when you ask your friend what’s in it, they tell you…

It’s Turmeric!

Maybe you’ve heard of this golden yellow spice before. Maybe you even have some in your cupboard. Its pungent, mustard-like aroma and slightly bitter flavor is common in Indian and Asian cuisine.

But Turmeric also has another benefit…

Used for thousands of years in Ayurvedic medicine, Turmeric is a powerful anti-inflammatory. It’s been used for centuries to heal inflammation, digestive issues, skin conditions, and more.

Registered Nurse Tana Amen, RN mentions some of the potential benefits associated with turmeric. “The spice’s potent antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties are believed to account for its brain-boosting benefits. There’s also some evidence that curcumin may help ward off dementia, by reducing formation of the plaques associated with Alzheimer’s disease.”


The best part is how versatile Turmeric is! It’s a delicious seasoning you put on dinners, in smoothies, and it’s even used in some traditional Indian desserts.

So all you have to do, to get the incredible healing powers of this spice, is…eat!

(Just make sure you have a little bit of black pepper with it! Black pepper increases the bioavailability of the turmeric, which is why we added it to our own Turmeric Sooth supplement.)

Here are 42 Keto turmeric recipes that you and your entire family can enjoy, including everything from smoothies, to chicken, fish, sliders, veggies, and more!

Here are just a few of the Keto Turmeric Recipes we’ve included:

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Keto Turmeric Recipes – Drinks

Turmeric Ginger Lime Tea

– Paleo Flourish

Turmeric Ginger Lime Tea Recipe

Ingredients: lime, turmeric root, ginger.


This nourishing paleo drink is more like an infusion than a tea, yet it still has all the goodness of turmeric and ginger, making it a wonderfully reviving drink if you are not feeling too great. Turmeric tea has long been used in Indian households as a remedy for colds and tummy problems, but with the addition of the lime you get a much fresher flavor.

Paleo Cinnamon Turmeric Coffee

– Paleo Flourish

Paleo Cinnamon Turmeric Coffee Recipe

Ingredients: black coffee, Ceylon cinnamon powder, turmeric powder, black pepper, coconut milk or almond milk.

Cinnamon is another spice that greatly helps with inflammatory issues, so along with the turmeric it turns this coffee into a source of benefits to your health and also tastes great! The dash of black pepper is there to help release the anti-inflammatory goodness from the turmeric and does not give a strong flavor. This is a keto and AIP recipe that is completely dairy free.

Keto Golden Milk Latte

– Peace, Love and Low Carb

Keto Golden Milk Latte

Photo Credit: Kyndra from Peace Love and Low Carb

Ingredients: unsweetened coconut milk, pure vanilla extract, turmeric, ground cinnamon, ground ginger, black pepper, Himalayan pink salt.

If you are a coffee lover and can’t do without your daily dose, you might find this golden milk latte is a great alternative now and again. You can add in a couple of shots of espresso, but this is optional and the drink can be enjoyed as golden milk. For a little more anti-inflammatory properties you can sprinkle a little more cinnamon on top for a warming and nourishing coffee.

Keto Turmeric Milkshake

– Ditch The Carbs

Keto Turmeric Milkshake

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: coconut milk, coconut oil, turmeric powder or peeled turmeric root, ginger powder or peeled ginger root, cinnamon, vanilla, sweetener of choice, Himalayan salt, ice cubes.

To look at this milkshake you would think it was packed with dairy, but no! It is grain, dairy and gluten free and has a lovely warming feeling which can be enjoyed either hot or cold. You can use any non-dairy milk you tolerate, but coconut or almond work well with this keto recipe, keeping the carb level to a minimum, but still giving this drink an amazing creaminess.

Antioxidant Wellness Tea

– Beauty and The Foodie

Antioxidant Wellness Tea

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: boiling water, lemon juice, fresh ginger, apple cider vinegar, ground turmeric, liquid stevia.

Honey and lemon are used in many countries to ease colds and sore throats, so just imagine how adding turmeric and ginger would boost the effect! You end up with a warming cup of goodness that can actually shorten the duration of a cold but could also make you feel relaxed and revived at the same time. The turmeric and ginger help to boost the immune system, letting you fight off bugs more easily.

Butter Coffee 3 Ways

– Popular Paleo

Ingredients: hot brewed coffee, vanilla extract, ghee, coconut oil, turmeric.

If you have heard of putting butter in your coffee but have never tried it, now is your chance! Adding butter or ghee gives you a rich and frothy coffee with added healthy fats and adding turmeric boosts the anti-inflammatory properties too so it’s a win-win situation! For added health benefit and an extra level of warm you can sprinkle your butter coffee with a little cinnamon.

Golden Milk Latte Mix

– The Coconut Mama

Golden Milk Latte Mix

Photo Credit: Tiffany from The Coconut Mama

Ingredients: coconut milk powder, collagen peptides, turmeric powder, ginger powder, ground cinnamon, monk fruit powder, black pepper, sea salt.

If you understand the health benefits of golden milk but don’t have time to mix it up fresh every day, this amazing keto recipe will show you how to make a dry mix that you can use for instant golden goodness. Just stir it into some hot water and enjoy as it is or add a spoonful to your coffee for a creamy and delicious system booster in the morning.

Keto Turmeric Tea

– Health Fit Love

Ingredients: unsweetened almond milk, coconut oil, turmeric, fresh ground pepper.

Turmeric tea is such a good help for inflammatory issues and the pepper starts the turmeric working quicker. This drink also has healthy fats from the coconut oil and can help boost weight loss if you are on a diet. Because you are blending this drink until it is frothy, you might not need to add any sweetener, but the choice is yours. Enjoy this keto treat every day to help with inflammation!

Big Batch Golden Milk

– My New Roots

Ingredients: ground turmeric, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, ground black pepper, ground cardamom, ground cloves, ground nutmeg, ground star anise, ground coriander, coconut milk or cashew milk or hemp milk, virgin coconut oil, sweetener of choice.

This keto recipe shows you how to mix up your own golden milk powder that will keep in an airtight jar for up to six months! Gone are the days of struggling to make a fresh batch every time – just put a couple of teaspoons of the mix into some milk and heat it through for a delicious and super-healthy golden milk drink that can ease digestion, inflammation and joint pain.

Turmeric Bulletproof Golden Keto Milk Tea

– Low Carb Spark

Ingredients: almond milk or coconut milk, water, ghee or coconut oil, MCT oil, turmeric powder, black pepper, cinnamon, fresh ginger, sweetener to taste.

Golden milk can easily be turned into a healthy tea, giving all the goodness of healthy fats and the many benefits of turmeric, but in a tasty drink. If you need a warming and nourishing low carb drink throughout the day, you won’t go wrong with this one. Blend the tea with some MCT oil and ghee for a frothy latte-style cuppa. If you are new to turmeric, try one cup daily to begin with to ease you in gently.

Turmeric Tea

– Keto Connect

Ingredients: turmeric powder, black pepper, coconut oil, water.

If you are new to turmeric tea but are keen to ease your self into it for health reasons or to lift your moods, then it is advisable to make a weak version to begin with, as sudden doses of turmeric may cause nausea. Once you have adjusted to it, you can gradually increase your intake to reach the best level for you. Like all new eating regimes, just take one keto step at a time!

Keto Golden Turmeric Milk

– Keto Diet Blog

Ingredients: coconut milk, unsweetened almond milk, freshly grated turmeric or ground turmeric, freshly grated ginger or ground ginger, cinnamon, vanilla powder, ground black pepper, erythritol or Swerve or stevia.

Here is another great turmeric recipe for keto-compliant golden milk, which has been used as a remedy to ease joint pain and reduce inflammation for centuries. It has a wonderful color and a distinctive flavor and most people would have one cup a day to aid with health problems. If you find you don’t enjoy the flavor, I suggest trying it iced as I find this way is more palatable.

Golden Milk

– My Copenhagen Kitchen

Ingredients: ground turmeric, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, ground black pepper, cayenne pepper, boiling water, coconut milk.

Golden milk can be made with more than just turmeric – a lot of the recipes call for cinnamon and nutmeg too, or even grated ginger. This one has it all plus a dash of cayenne for an extra punch of heat! Guaranteed to warm you on a chilly day, this makes a great morning drink instead of coffee, or a relaxing cozy drink for the evening. This recipe can easily be made dairy free by using coconut oil instead of cream.

Whole30 Golden Turmeric Milk

– I Heart Umami

Ingredients: coconut milk, almond milk, turmeric powder, coconut oil, ginger powder, cinnamon stick, ground black pepper.

As well as all the health attributes that are associated with turmeric, golden milk can be a useful replacement for anyone who has issues with caffeine. This is a caffeine and dairy free drink, suitable for the keto, paleo and vegan diets, and it can either be a warming cupful to start the day or a refreshing iced drink for a warm afternoon.

Keto Avocado Smoothie With Coconut Milk, Ginger, and Turmeric

– Low Carb Maven

Ingredients: avocado, full-fat coconut milk, almond milk, fresh grated ginger, turmeric, lemon or lime juice, crushed ice, sugar-free sweetener.

If you are finding it difficult to get used to the flavor of turmeric and ginger in anti-inflammatory drinks like golden milk, why not turn it into a smoothie that is rich and creamy with avocado and full of healthy fats! Smoothies can sometimes be easier to swallow and have milder flavors and are a good introduction to low carb drinks for the keto way of life.

Turmeric Tea

– Tasteful Keto

Ingredients: full fat coconut milk, water, turmeric powder, ginger powder, vanilla powder, cinnamon, nutmeg, mineral salt, liquid stevia.

If you are new to turmeric tea, this great keto recipe gives you various spices you can add to vary the flavor till you find one you can use on a daily basis. Turmeric is earthy, so adding cloves or cardamom can help to give a milder flavor without ruining the healthy attributes of the turmeric. Vanilla and cinnamon can also be added or try your own combination for this keto drink!

Keto Cozy Turmeric Bullet Proof Coffee Or Tea

– Joy Fueled

Ingredients: strong coffee or strong black tea, virgin coconut oil, black pepper, turmeric, cinnamon, pumpkin spice mix, ginger powder, stevia.

During the winter or when you are trying to recover from a cold, keto turmeric tea or coffee can be a lovely warming drink to boost the system and brighten your mood. Adding healthy fats like coconut oil can let you blend this into a frothy cupful, and even the color will make you smile! Please be careful when blending because turmeric stains are nigh on impossible to remove from clothing!

Keto Turmeric Latte (Contains Dairy)

– Keto Nation

Ingredients: coconut milk, cardamom, allspice, turmeric, cloves, black pepper, heavy whipping cream, stevia.

Turmeric’s history as an anti-inflammatory stretches all the way back to the Pharaohs in Ancient Egypt and has been used in other lands for centuries. So why shouldn’t we trust in its powers today! Even if you just use it to lift your spirits, its golden hue will cheer you up! You end up with a vibrant yellow drink that is creamy and so satisfying, but keto in every way!

Keto Turmeric Recipes – Main Dishes

Keto Pressure Cooker Chicken with Garlic Butter

– Keto Summit

Keto Pressure Cooker Chicken Recipe with Garlic Butter

Ingredients: chicken breasts, ghee, turmeric powder, salt, garlic.

This unctuous chicken is so quick and easy to cook, as a pressure cooker takes a fraction of the time of normal cooking methods. It also has the added health benefits of the turmeric and is designed to fit with the keto diet. Simply serve this with a vegetable side of your choice, or you could serve it as a filling for lettuce wraps for a summer picnic lunch.

Grilled Moroccan Chicken

– Low Carb Yum

Grilled Moroccan Chicken

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: chicken breasts, cumin seeds, cinnamon, coriander seeds, turmeric, smoked paprika, olive oil, cilantro, mint, lemon, onion, garlic, salt.

With loads of Moroccan flavors from the cinnamon, cloves and lemon, these chicken breasts would make a really interesting main for an Eastern meal. Most of us will already have these ingredients in the larder, so no need for a trip to the store, and the mix of spices gives a whole new flavor to the chicken. This can be served with grilled vegetables for an inspired Moroccan meal that is very low in carbs.

Low-Carb Salmon Patties

– Ditch The Carbs

Low-Carb Salmon Patties

Photo Credit: Libby from Ditch The Carbs

Ingredients: canned salmon, eggs, almond meal/flour, parsley, dill, lemon juice, onion, garlic, paprika, cumin, turmeric, salt/pepper, ghee, lard or duck fat, avocado, mayonnaise, lime juice, cilantro.

Homemade fish cakes like these salmon patties are easy to make and can be a very healthy alternative to breaded ones. These patties are gluten and dairy free and suitable for keto and paleo folks. Served with a creamy but zingy lime dressing, these would be perfect for lunch or serve with salad or with low carb parsnip mash for a more filling meal.

Creamy Collards with Garlic and Spices

– Autoimmune Wellness

Ingredients: coconut oil, red onion, garlic, ground turmeric, ground ginger, cinnamon stick, pumpkin purée, coconut cream, collard greens, Himalayan pink salt, lemon or lime wedges.

Collard greens are common in the US but if you live in Europe you will find them impossible to source. In this case you can use kale or green cabbage and some spinach leaves or chard. This AIP recipe then drenches the greens in a creamy and vibrant turmeric sauce with the added citrus notes from lemons or limes. This dish can be enjoyed on its own or with chicken or pork.

Cauliflower Rice Buddha Bowls

– Empowered Sustenance

Cauliflower Rice Buddha Bowls

Photo Credit: Empowered Sustenance

Ingredients: ground turkey or pork, coconut oil, ground ginger, ground turmeric, salt, cauliflower rice, Lacinato kale, shallots, fresh basil leaves.

As you may know, buddha bowls usually involve grains like rice or quinoa, so here is a grain free keto alternative that is just as good for you if not better! This great recipe uses cauliflower rice to avoid the inflammatory grains, fantastic spices to boost the flavor and a protein like turkey or pork, giving you a filling meal in a bowl. If you don’t want cauli rice you could chop some spaghetti squash noodles and use that instead.

Halibut and Coconut Laksa

– Healing Family Eats

Halibut and Coconut Laksa

Photo Credit: Healing Family Eats

Ingredients: kelp noodles, onion, fresh ginger, lemongrass, coconut oil, ground turmeric, chicken broth, coconut milk, green onions, bok choy, sea salt, halibut, cilantro leaves.

This delicious dish is half way between a soup and a stew with noodles and chunky fish in a creamy and gently spiced gravy. This is a lovely light low carb meal for lunchtime, full of fresh flavor from the lemongrass and bok choy. If you can’t find kelp noodles you can use zucchini noodles and any firm fish like cod or even salmon would work well here.

Salmon Fishballs With Herby Spinach Sauce And Cauli-Squash Mash

– Healing Family Eats

Salcon Fishballs With Herby Spinach Sauce And Cauli-Squash Mash

Photo Credit: Healing Family Eats

Ingredients: white onion, wild salmon, capers packed in salt, fresh coriander, squash purée, duck fat, turmeric powder, spinach, curly parsley, dill, coriander leaves, lemon juice, chicken broth, salt, cauliflower.

Salmon, especially wild-caught, is so healthy as it is a great source of Omega-3 oils. Not only that, it tastes amazing! So here is a fantastic Paleo and AIP recipe for fishballs with a smooth and tasty herb sauce that sets off the flavor of the fish perfectly. If your family doesn’t like cauliflower mash, you can serve these lovely balls with a side of greens, or make them bite-size and serve with the sauce to dip in.

AIP Fish Curry With Butternut

– Adventures In Partaking

AIP Fish Curry With Butternut

Photo Credit: Adventures in Partaking

Ingredients: olive oil, red onion, garlic, ginger powder, dried turmeric, dried fenugreek leaves, fish stock or any broth, butternut squash, sea salt, water, coconut milk, fish fillets, fish sauce.

Seafood is a great addition to the AIP diet as it is full of flavor and has anti-inflammatory properties and is suitable for curries, stews, salads or grilled dishes! This recipe is for a mild curry that has a creamy sauce made with butternut squash and it is dairy free. This dish works best with firm fish like cod or snapper, which won’t break up too much during cooking, but I bet it would be great with shrimp too!

Keto Chicken Korma

– Beauty and The Foodie

Keto Chicken Korma

Photo Credit: Stacey from Beauty and the Foodie

Ingredients: almond butter, garlic, fresh ginger root, ghee or butter, onion, ground coriander, garam masala, ground cumin, ground turmeric, chili powder, chicken breast, tomato sauce, chicken broth, coconut milk, unsweetened plain coconut milk yogurt.

Korma is a mild curry dish and is often what people try first when they are experimenting with Indian cookery. It has a creamy sauce which is made using all the usual Indian spices including turmeric which is an anti-inflammatory, but it does not have the heat of some curries. This great Keto recipe is also gluten free but full of taste and would make a great family meal served over cauliflower rice.

Chicken Bacon Sliders

– Cavegirl Cuisine

Chicken Bacon Sliders

Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine

Ingredients: ground chicken, uncured bacon, yellow onion, sea salt, ground turmeric, garlic powder, coconut aminos, Sriracha or preferred hot sauce.

It can be really helpful to have a stock of easy recipes if you are new to cooking or not too confident about keto meals, and these sliders would be perfect for the whole family! This is a simple recipe but the sliders are packed with flavor from the chicken and bacon, with mild spice from the turmeric and garlic. You can serve these on zucchini slices or with a fresh, green salad.

Dairy-Free Tandoori Chicken Wings

– Cavegirl Cuisine

Dairy-Free Tandoori Chicken Wings

Photo Credit: Michelle from Cavegirl Cuisine

Ingredients: onion, ginger, garlic, fresh lime juice, coconut milk, avocado oil, cumin, ground coriander, sea salt, white pepper, cayenne pepper, turmeric, tomato paste, chicken wings.

Regular tandoori wings usually involve yogurt in the marinade, but these keto-friendly wings taste just as good dairy free. You have all the traditional Indian spices – turmeric, cumin and coriander – to give the flavor we all love. These keto wings would be a great cost-saving lunchtime sharing platter or an appetizer for your next Indian-inspired dinner.

Spiced Kale Scramble

– Healy Eats Real

Spiced Kale Scramble

Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real

Ingredients: eggs, kale, turmeric, garlic powder, butter, salt, pepper.

I never realized that greens would go with eggs until I found recipes like this one! Do you want a great low carb breakfast dish that is tasty, filling and full of nutrients? With this recipe you end up with kale, scrambled eggs and the flavor of garlic all rounded off with turmeric, which has amazing anti-inflammatory properties. Even my kids love this for breakfast and they don’t ‘do’ greens!

Keto Turmeric Recipes – Other

Keto Golden Milk Jello

– Keto Summit

Keto Golden Milk Jello Recipe

Ingredients: turmeric powder, cinnamon powder, ginger, black pepper, coconut milk, stevia, gelatin powder.

As you might know, golden milk has been used for its medicinal properties for many years and has been used for joint pain and even lung problems, but it doesn’t suit everybody’s taste, so why not try turning it into a jello for snacking or dessert? You can sweeten this pretty dish with stevia to counteract the flavor of the turmeric if you find it strong. This is a keto-friendly win-win situation!

Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower

– Paleo Flourish

Roasted Turmeric Cauliflower

Ingredients: cauliflower, turmeric, salt, olive oil.

This paleo dish has to be one of the best sides ever! The golden cauliflower florets look so good and can be teamed with even the plainest of mains to brighten up the plate. This is a great way to introduce eating turmeric to doubtful family members, and we all know how good turmeric is for us. Roasted cauliflower can also be used to garnish soups and makes a very appealing side for a dinner party.

AIP Beef Jerky

– Healing Autoimmune

AIP Beef Jerky Recipe

Ingredients: beef roasting joint, apple cider vinegar, onion powder, garlic powder, gluten-free tamari sauce or coconut aminos, salt, turmeric.

If you are lucky enough to have a dehydrator, this great beef jerky could become your snack of choice when you are traveling as it is easy to pack and very portable. It has the Asian flavors of garlic and ginger, rounded off by the coconut aminos which makes the flavor richer. The jerky can be dried to the level you like and with only one gram of carbohydrate per serving this is a really low carb recipe.

Keto Butter Salad Dressing

– The Nourished Caveman

Keto Butter Salad Dressing

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: keto butter or almond butter, MCT oil, keto collagen, lakanto sweetener, lemon juice, water, ginger powder, turmeric powder, sea salt.

When it comes to salad season, it can be very easy to use the same things over and over, making things a bit boring. One of the best ways to vary the flavor is to use a variety of dressings to spice things up a bit! This keto butter dressing is very low in carbs but high in healthy fats, has a lovely golden color and a smooth and creamy texture, perfect over chicken and greens!

Keto Savory Panna Cotta

– The Nourished Caveman

Keto Savory Panna Cotta

Photo Credit: Vivica from The Nourished Caveman

Ingredients: bone broth, fresh turmeric root or turmeric powder, Celtic sea salt, coconut cream, Great Lakes gelatin.

If you suffer from inflammation or leaky gut you might find that increasing your intake of turmeric can help. It is usually found in curries, but this amazing keto recipe shows you how to incorporate it into a savory panna cotta, based on bone broth for extra nutrition. It tastes even better with homemade chicken broth, and although you might think of panna cotta as a dessert, this is really worth making as it is delicious!

Chicken Cabbage Curry Soup

– Low Carb Yum

Chicken Cabbage Curry Soup

Photo Credit: Lisa from Low Carb Yum

Ingredients: olive oil, chicken, garlic, cabbage, celery, curry powder, fresh basil, sea salt, turmeric, ground black pepper, coconut cream, chicken bone broth, cauliflower.

One of the most common sources of turmeric, which is known for its anti-inflammatory properties, is in Indian foods like curries, where it is regularly used for flavor and color. Curry soup has also been popular in the UK for many years, so now us keto folks can try it, thanks to this easy recipe. The soup is warming because of the spices and hearty and filling thanks to the meat and vegetables and could easily feed a whole family.

Autoimmune Paleo “Cheese” Crackers

– Empowered Sustenance

Autoimmune Paleo “Cheese” Crackers Recipe

Photo Credit: Empowered Sustenance

Ingredients: tigernut flour, coconut oil, water, gelatin, nutritional yeast, turmeric powder, sea salt, black pepper.

When you are following the autoimmune protocol, one of the things you might miss is the crunch of a good cracker. But don’t worry – help is here! These little bite-size nut and grain free crackers have a cheese-like flavor but without using any dairy products. They are quite easy to make and would make the ideal snack when you are watching a movie or for when the kiddies come home from school.

Crab Dip

– Sweet Potatoes & Social Change

Crab Dip

Photo Credit: Sweet Potatoes & Social Change

Ingredients: crab meat, green onions, garlic powder, salt, onion powder, turmeric, lemon juice, hearts of palm, olive oil, garlic.

Crab meat can be sourced very easily nowadays and is a lot cheaper than it once was. However, the flavor is so rich and luxurious and, teamed with the hearts of palm, gives you a touch of luxury that you can serve as a Paleo treat at a party. This crab dip recipe is designed to be served warm, although I have eaten it cold with crackers and it was amazing!

Better Than Thousand Island Dressing

– Healy Eats Real

Dairy Free Better Than Thousand Island Dressing

Photo Credit: Hannah from Healy Eats Real

Ingredients: raw cashews, red bell pepper, lemon juice, olive oil, water, salt, pepper, turmeric, garlic powder.

Many of us are familiar with Thousand Island dips at parties and game nights, but keto folk know it is based on dairy which we might not tolerate. So here is a great dairy free and low carb alternative that tastes as good! And trust me, I was a connoisseur! This is easy to make and can be stored in the fridge as a dip for veggies, or water it down and use as a healthy salad dressing.

Golden Milk Popsicles

– My Heart Beets

Golden Milk Popsicles

Photo Credit: Ashley from My Heart Beets

Ingredients: almond milk, ground turmeric, ground cardamom, ground ginger, ground cinnamon, black pepper, almond flour, sweetener of choice.

If you are a bit doubtful about trying turmeric, then these golden milk keto popsicles are a great introduction. They are easy to eat and you can start off with less turmeric until you get used to the flavor. These are great for sore throats and colds, but please remember that turmeric stains! If you are giving these to a child, make sure their clothes are well-protected.

Indian Spiced Ghee

– Savory Lotus

Indian Spiced Ghee

Photo Credit: Katja from Savory Lotus

Ingredients: ghee, mustard seed, cumin seed, turmeric, coriander powder, cumin powder, ginger powder, cinnamon powder, fennel seeds, cardamom pods.

Many people are now using ghee as a healthier alternative to butter as it is easier to digest but still has the buttery taste. This great recipe adds in a load of Indian spices, which have long been known to have health-promoting properties, and we could benefit from trying them. The ghee can be used for frying, as an addition to soups or just to drizzle over some plain meat or vegetables for a taste of India.

Golden Milk Turmeric Paste

– Savory Lotus

Golden Milk Turmeric Paste

Photo Credit: Katja from Savory Lotus

Ingredients: black pepper, ginger powder, cinnamon, cardamom, salt, turmeric powder, filtered water, coconut oil and/or ghee.

This paste is a great base to use to get more turmeric into your diet. Turmeric has many health benefits including being anti-inflammatory and can even help to control cholesterol. Try adding a couple of spoons of this golden paste to soups or stews or mix it with hot milk to make a nourishing drink. It can also be diluted to make a tasty keto salad dressing!

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Louise Hendon

Louise holds a Bachelors and Masters in Natural Sciences from Cambridge University (UK). She attended Columbia University for her JD and practiced law at Debevoise & Plimpton before co-founding Louise's Foods, Paleo Living Magazine, Nourishing Brands, & CoBionic. Louise has considerable research experience but enjoys creating products and articles that help move people just a little bit closer toward a healthy life they love. You can find her on Facebook or LinkedIn.