1.5 cups of your favorite milk alternative*

1/2 tsp to 1 tsp fresh grated ginger (or 1/4-1/2 tsp ground ginger)

Dash of pumpkin pie spice

2 tsp-1tblsp maple syrup (or just sub a few drops of stevia but it’s not as good like that, maple syrup is my favorite thing the Goddess made)

Optional: A tblsp or more of canned pumpkin

Optional: a mashed banana (blend it with banana) AND a tblsp of baking cocoa which balances out so deliciously with the maple syrup and gives it a gingerbread vibe

Simmer this on the stove for about ten minutes, I leave the ginger chunks in there but you could blend them or use a sieve. This is infinitely customizable!

I rarely actually measure when I make this for myself, but I wanted to give you a jumping off point. Ginger packs a punch and less is more until you acquire a taste for it. Ginger is naturally very warming and a good ally when you’re shivvery and cold!

*(you can make your own oat milk really easily and frugally or if you’re in a pinch with no milk make this warming beverage with water and some oats and blend it)

I always like to thank the trees that made the maple syrup–it takes 40 gallons of sap to make one gallon of the delicious syrup we enjoy! And the trees and the ginger and the cocoa plant have so much wisdom for us!

Okay enjoy! I love you! Nourishing yourself is super important!

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