If you're subscribed to my weekly emails or follow me on Instagram, you already know how I've fallen in love with the Austin-based almond milk company, Dulcis Milks. If you don't already know this, you should probably click on that link tied to their name to read me rave about them. Go ahead. I'll wait.
Sweet, welcome back!
As you saw in that review, I'm O B S E S S E D with their "Golden Child" flavor. It makes you feel all kinds of happy and blew away any of my own preconceived notions that turmeric and black pepper can't be sweet. Because they can and they are in the magical land of Dulcis Golden Child.
You also know I like to play with my food (and in this case, drinks).
This bad boy is a result of having too much time on my hands one morning and an intense craving for some fat and Golden Chai. I regret nothing and think you need to make this ASAP. Since Dulcis is currently still Austin-based, I'll add an alternative to making something similar to this with your own almond milk. But I maintain that Golden Child as the base is the heart and soul of this recipe.
Just look at that beautiful color. Oh, and it's caffeine-free. You're welcome. :)
Prep time: 1 minute Warm time: 5 minutes Total time: 6 minutes
Yield: 2 servings
- In a small pot on the stove, heat the Golden Child milk until it begins to slightly simmer. Don't let it reach a boil; it will scald.
- As soon as you see the small bubble appear on the surface of the milk, sprinkle the gelatin evenly over the top. Allow the heat to slowly rise to a stronger simmer and envelop the gelatin.
- Add ghee and MCT oil to a Nutribullet or blender.
- Carefully remove the milk/gelatin mixture from the stove and pour into the blender over the ghee & MCT oil.
- Blend for about 10 seconds, creating a frothy mixture.
- Carefully pour into serving cups and share with someone you love! Or like! Or like and love! (This can mean drinking it all yourself)
*If you are unable to purchase Golden Child, use 1 pint homemade almond milk + stir in turmeric, black pepper, cinnamon, clove, and any other "chai" spices you'd like. It won't be quiiiiite as good, but we aren't all so lucky to have access to Dulcis at this time. ;)