Slightly spicy, slightly sweet Cosmic Ginger Rose Activated Charcoal Latte! This beautiful detoxifying vegan brew is full of healthful properties, and delicious flavors!
I was recently given the opportunity to try Suncore Foods Activated Charcoal Coconut Powder . . .
What is Activated Charcoal?
If you aren't familiar with Activated Charcoal, it's a super fine, food-grade charcoal often derived from coconut shells. This charcoal has been shown to have many benefits including absorbing and pulling toxins from the body, both internally & externally; aiding in relieving indigestion; lowering cholesterol levels; and even brightening teeth when used as a toothpaste.
The only downside of charcoal is that it is so good at absorbing toxins from the body, that it can also absorb recently administered medications! So just be sure to enjoy your charcoal a few hours apart from any recently taken medications or supplements!
Now, onto this latte! I had so much fun experimenting with this amazing charcoal powder. It is super-fine, so no grittiness or even flavor was detected when I whipped up this creation! It truly is very yummy, and not too shabby on the eyes either!
This Cosmic Ginger Rose Activated Charcoal Latte is:
Super detoxifying and rejuvenating.
Packed with both sweet and spicy notes.
Soothing and comforting.
Easy to make.
Vegan, dairy-free, gluten-free, soy-free, refined sugar-free.
Beautiful, to boot!
I've now made this healthy, flavorful brew numerous times as I am so smitten with it! I so hope you feel the same way, too, and I look forward to hearing your feedback!
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Charcoal Latte with Ginger + Rose (Vegan)
- 2 cups plant-based milk of choice I use almond
- 2 teaspoons maple syrup or raw honey
- 1 teaspoon activated charcoal powder
- 1 teaspoon edible rose petals
- 1/4 teaspoon ground ginger
- 1/4 teaspoon ground cayenne
- 1/8 teaspoon himalayan pink salt rose salt, or sea salt
- In a saucepan over medium heat combine all above ingredients.
- Stir until hot but not boiling.
- Turn off heat and let it sit 3 minutes
- Optionally strain the rose petals (or leave), and pour into mugs.
- Optionally, garnish with a sprinkle of ground ginger and rose petals before serving. Enjoy!