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Homemade Golden Milk Spice Mix + Free Label

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I showed you how to make your own Golden Milk also known as Turmeric Tea; now I want to show you how to make your own 4-ingredient, 5-minute Homemade Golden Milk Spice Mix to make it even easier to enjoy this warm, healthy, antioxidant, immune boosting tea!

This Golden Milk Spice Mix recipe makes a fabulous gift, read to the bottom for a Wellness Gift Basket idea along with pretty printable labels free to print. Make Turmeric Tea, or Turmeric Coffee with this delicious spice mix.

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Golden Milk Spice Mix Recipe

Once you make your spice mix, add a few fresh ingredients, warm it all up and spazooly, you are drinking one of the healthiest drinks for you during times of stress and anxiety.

Jar of Golden Milk Spice Mix on a mini pedestal with a gift label tied around it and cinnamon sticks behind.

Raise your hand if you need some of this calming tea right now! Both of my hands are raised!

In fact, you might also enjoy my calming screensavers created for your phone, I did it for me, but wanted to share with you!

And yes, if you are wondering if spazooly is a made up word, YUP! On the spot, that’s how I roll, if I can’t think of a word, I just make one up. It might also be called getting older…I’m going with creativity.

A mini wide mouth mason jar filled with Turmeric Tea Spice Mix with a wooden spoon with the tea in it, ginger, cinnamon spice and a mortar and pestle.

Anyhoo, I want you to be able to share this beautiful, golden, healthy, sleep aid tea with others, so I wanted to give you the instructions on how to make the spice mix along with provide you with some free pretty labels to print.

What Spices Do You Need for Golden Milk Spice Mix

All you need are these 4 basic and simple ingredients to make this Golden Milk Spice Mix. In 5-minutes with these 4-ingredients, plus a little dairy or plant based milk, a touch of coconut oil and a little maple syrup or honey for sweetening and you have a cuppa this relaxing tea.

P.S. I am not a fan of black pepper, I think I have a slight allergy to it, so I do not like “biting or sipping” into larger chunks of black pepper. So really mix the spice up, I poured the entire spice mixture into my blender, whirring it for a few seconds to blend all of those spices.

How Do I make Golden Milk Using Spice Mix Recipe

Glad you asked, well, that’s why you are here right!

In a small saucepan, warm a cup of your favorite “milk” dairy, plant based or a combo (easily becomes vegan), whisking in a teaspoon of the Golden Milk Spice Mix, and a tablespoon coconut oil and desired sweetener (honey, maple syrup, stevia, coconut sugar, etc).

For a creamier Golden Milk Latte, whir in a blender before or after heating*, or use your favorite frother <<- my favorite!. Pour into your favorite mug and enjoy.

*WARNING!!! –>>If blending AFTER HEATING, be careful when removing blender lid, slowly opening away from you. The heat will cause pressure to build in the blender, causing it to spit and spurt, but it does make for a beautiful creamy, golden milk latte. Or simply heat in a pan or use a frother.

Free Printable Labels and Gift Tags for Golden Milk Spice Mix

This is a beautiful spice mix to gift someone, think hostess gifts, Christmas, holiday, neighbor gifts or just because! I thought I’d make some pretty (FREE) labels to go with the mix.

Check out these other great hostess and holiday food gift ideas:

I have 2 inch label for smaller diameter jar lids and 3 inch round labels for wide mouth jars, like the one shown here in the picture below. Punch or cut out and affix to jar lid with a little glue, or punch a hole and tie to the front.

Jar of Golden Milk Spice Tea Mix with label on top.

Or a cute tag like this one. Tie with some baking twine, twine or other ribbon.

Typically, I use 65# white or kraft paper for most my gift tags, they hold up well and punch well. I have a couple of punches to make tags easier not requiring me to use a whole sheet of labels; this 1 1/2 inch punch and 3 inch punch are great!

Tag punch punching out Golden Milk Spiced Tea Mix

Simply click on the button below. A window will open where you pop in your email address and I’ll send you the link to the free, printable gift tags in an email, shazaam!

Bookmark this page, or Pin the following image to your favorite boards for later reference.

Thanks for hanging out with me today! If you enjoy these recipes, please try my Chai Tea Latte, Golden Milk Latte and Bulletproof Coffee, all so healthy and simple to make at home. The handy recipe is just below!

This makes a lovely gift by itself, or make into a gift basket for the gift of health and wellness!

Make a Wellness Gift Basket

Golden Milk Spice Mix gift basket, filled with the spice mix in a jar, packets of coconut oil and maple syrup in a kraft paper bucket.

I simply purchased a box of individual coconut oil packets, a small jar of maple syrup and packaged up some of this Golden Milk Spice Mix, print out your favorite gift tag instructions and you have a beautiful, wholesome food gift idea!

Turmeric Coffee Variation

Mix this delicious spice mix in some espresso for a powerhouse turmeric coffee latte variation.

  • 1 cup coconut milk, or substitute with your favorite dairy or plant based milk
  • 1 teaspoon Golden Milk Spice Mix
  • 1 tablespoon coconut oil 
  • 1-3 teaspoons raw honey, maple syrup, coconut sugar, or packet of stevia
  • 1-2 ounces brewed espresso (or really strong coffee)

In a small saucepan; heat milk, stir in spice mix, coconut oil and sweetener until warm. Froth in frother or with hand held frother, pour over top of espresso.

Don’t forget to PIN to your favorite Drink board!

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Kathleen Pope, The Fresh Cooky.

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    1. Hi Jenni,

      Store it like you would any spice, in an airtight jar and as for how long, look at the expiration dates on your spices and mark on the bottom the earliest expiration date. I’ve never had mine go bad, if anything the spices will just start to lose their potency.