A recipe for a creamy saffron or golden latte, dairy-free and ready in one step! Suitable for morning or evening drinking. A recipe for a creamy saffron or golden latte, dairy-free and suitable for morning or evening drinking. As a health and nutrition consultant since 2002, Sarah is committed to helping families effectively integrate traditional food principles into the modern home. If you prefer coconut milk, I don’t recommend using powdered milk because its increased protein content is denatured during processing. In my opinion, pure monk fruit extract and coconut milk powder provide sufficient sweetness. My version uses whole coconut milk powder instead. This turmeric milk, which some call “golden milk,” is traditionally made with milk. So when substituting milk, I slightly heat it on the stove before mixing it with the dry ingredients. Her mission is to help families effectively incorporate ancestral food principles into today’s homes. Sarah was named activist of the year at the 2010 Wise Traditions International Conference and served on the board of directors of the nonprofit Weston A nutrition organization. She is the author of three books: the best-selling Get Your Fats Straight, Traditional Remedies for Modern Families, and Living Green in an Artificial World. Sarah Pope has been a health and nutrition consultant since 2002. Use ginger only if you drink this drink in the morning or evening, as this ingredient has a high energy value. Note that I have included coconut sugar in the list of ingredients as desired.