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Superfood Pink Latte

This superfood pink latte tastes as good as it looks! I tell you this because I’ve definitely had my fair share of superfood lattes at various cafes that look super interesting, but don’t live up to their looks.

pouring pink latte into mug

I’m definitely digging all things pink these days—hence this latte. It’s just a colour that sings happiness and contentment to me. I’ve been wearing lots of pink coloured shirts since this obsession began, despite the photo below. 

I love warm drinks in the winter whether it’s a Turmeric LatteMatcha Latte or a Rise and Shine Latte. I’m a happy gal when I have something warm and comforting while I work away at the office. 

Joy with superfood pink latte

The ingredients are pretty simple in this recipe, but they are super nourishing, rich in antioxidants, vitamin C and anti-inflammatory compounds.

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To give that beautiful pink colour you’ll need to get either organic raspberry powder (my preference), pomegranate or beet powder. They all look beautiful, but the raspberry powder is my fave. This is the raspberry powder I used,  this is the pomegranate powder and this is the beet powder you can use.

Organika also makes a “pink latte” mix with beet powder which I’ve also used before (the lighter pink) and it’s in the photo below but the colour is not as vibrant.

raspberry powder and beet powder

To get a nice frothy latte be sure to make this in your blender. It needs a high power blender blade to blitz it to perfection!

Pink latte ingredients in blender

The blender makes it frothy and the coconut butter makes it creamy. There is no nut milk or any milk added to this recipe. The magic is in the coconut butter so don’t skip this ingredient. Nutiva makes a wonderful coconut butter (called “mana”) that is delicious to slather on toast or pancakes after you’ve used it for the tasty latte. Coconut butter is actually very easy to make with coconut flakes. I just don't have a recipe to share on the blog... yet :)

pink latte in blender

The maple syrup gives it an added sweetness, so if you’re using beet powder, you may want to make it a little sweeter as the raspberry powder has a lovely sweetness all on its own. 

ingredients

Here’s the recipe for my Superfood Pink Latte! 

pink lattes

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Ingredients
  • 2 tbsp organic raspberry powder or pomegranate powder or 1 tbsp beetroot powder
  • 2 heaping tbsp of coconut butter
  • 1-2 tbsp maple syrup or honey
  • 1/2 tsp grated ginger
  • 2 cups hot water
  • *Optional: 1 scoop collagen
Instructions
  1. Add to a high power blender, raspberry powder, coconut butter, maple syrup or honey, grated ginger, hot water and collagen if using.
  2. Let steam come out before blending. Blend for 60 seconds until fully mixed and frothy. Pour into 2 mugs and enjoy.
  3. I made some extra foam for the top in my espresso machine. Using about 1/2 cup of non-dairy milk, steam milk until frothy. Spoon froth on top and sprinkle with powder.

Notes

Serves 2.

Raspberry powder has a slightly sweet flavour so you may not have to add as much maple syrup or at all. I bought it on amazon, see my links above and below.

*Genuine Health's unflavoured collagen dissolves really nicely into this recipe which I highly recommend you add.

UPDATE: I know I mentioned this once already in my post (above) but I’m sharing it again here because I think people are missing it. This is the raspberry powder I used,  this is the pomegranate powder and this is the beet powder you can use.

If you want to take it an extra step and froth up some foam, then go for it! Using a milk frother or the steamer on your espresso machine you can choose your favourite nut or oat milk and steam it up!

superfood pink latte

Be sure to sprinkle some raspberry powder on top! And this recipe serves 2!

pink latte

Okay—just one more photo because this latte is sooooooo pretty!

Pink latte

Have a joyous week!

Joy xo

21 Comments
Yvonne   •   February 4, 2020

Good morning Joy I’m looking forward to trying this one! Thank you for sharing 🥰💐

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020

Karen   •   February 4, 2020

What else can you use the raspberry powder in, as it’s a bit on the pricey side?

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020

Kary R.   •   February 4, 2020

Your link doesn’t take me to the raspberry powder. What is the brand?

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020

Sonia   •   February 4, 2020

What are the brands of the raspberry

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020

Gina Pizans   •   February 4, 2020

Where can I purchase raspberry powder?

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020

Jan   •   February 4, 2020

Are your "heaping spoonfuls" teaspoons or table/soup spoons? I have some freeze-dried berries that would work for this already in the pantry! Thanks!

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 4, 2020
Janet   •   February 5, 2020

DE   •   February 4, 2020

Blume also makes a beetroot latte mix that is delicious and makes a lovely pink latte (I get it from well.ca). But I’m going to try the raspberry one - kids will love it too!

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 6, 2020

Nicola   •   February 4, 2020

Hi, Is there anything I can use in place of the coconut butter only I am allergic to coconut. Thanks in advance. The drink looks amazing.

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 6, 2020

Luana   •   February 4, 2020

Wow! Now that is an anti-aging drink :)!

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 5, 2020

Paul   •   February 11, 2020

hey great article. I'm an avid supporter of joyoushealth and their promotion to alternative holistic and natural health. I'd like to share something my wife

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Joy McCarthy   •   February 11, 2020

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