Beet Latte Recipe (Dairy-Free)

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Skip the coffee shop and make your own Beet Latte at home with this easy recipe! This cozy and creamy pink latte is perfect for a chilly day.
This post is sponsored by Sunfood.

Beet Latte, you say? Yep, I went there. This pink latte is frothy, tasty, and made from only 5 healthy ingredients

Plus, it looks pretty. And we all know you eat with your eyes first 😉

ingredients for beet latte on round wood cutting board

I’ve been a fan of Golden Milk for a while now, but I have to say that this Beet Latte might be a new favorite! I was first inspired to make my own when my good friend told me how much he loved the one from Bluestone Lane, a popular coffee shop on the East Coast. I didn’t live near one, but I still wanted to see if I could get in on this goodness.

frothy pink beet latte in clear glass mug with gold handle

I knew that I wanted my Beet Latte to be creamy, tangy, and slightly sweet…but that’s about it. After a few experiments (and some epic fails) in the kitchen, I finally came up with this super yummy combo and am excited to share it with you.

overhead shot of foamy beet latte on white background

First, you’re going to need some Beet Powder.

Beet Powder essentially a form of concentrated Beets. Because it’s a powder, it dissolves in liquid easily and won’t leave any “chunks” in your latte (ew). An added Bonus? It’s packed with plant-based goodness! Beets are a great natural source of Iron, and can support Heart, Blood and Liver health.

I personally love to use Sunfood’s Beet Powder, as it is Gluten-Free, Vegan, and Organic!

frothy beet latte in glass mug with bag of sunfood beet powder in the background

As for our other ingredients? Well, let’s see…

  • Coffee: love the taste of Coffee, and think that the acidity of the Coffee helps to round out and balance the Beet flavor as well. If you’re not a fan of Coffee, you can use Hot Water instead – just see the recipe notes for some spice adjustments!
  • Cacao Powder: the combination of Beets and Chocolate may sound odd, but trust me – it works. Not only does it give the latte more depth of flavor, but it also helps to boost the creaminess factor.

hand holding mug of beet latte with ingredients in background on round wood cutting board

  • Powdered Ginger: I’m a sucker for spice and I wanted this latte to have a “kick”. Adding just a touch of Powdered Ginger really helps to give this Beet Latte more warmth and body.
  • Maple Syrup: Typically I don’t like sweetened lattes, but I would strongly recommend the Maple Syrup here to help complement the earthiness of the Cacao Powder and Beet Powder. A little goes a long way, but you can also add more to taste too.
  • Soaked Cashews: I opted to use soaked Nuts instead of Nondairy Milk for this recipe. Most store-bought milks are not creamy or concentrated enough for a latte, plus they don’t froth well. I’m happy to report that this is not the case with Cashews! They blend into a creamy, frothy, liquid that is perfect for lattes.

Note: I realize everyone may not have access to Cashews and/or a high-speed blender, so I also tested out a few other options, which you can find in the recipe notes.

overhead shot of frothy beet latte with avocado toast

I love to enjoy this Beet Latte alongside my breakfast, but it’d also be great as an afternoon pick-me-up as well. It tastes just as delicious as it looks, so I do hope you try it out 🙂

If you’re looking for more recipes using Beets, you’ll also love this Tangy Beet Salad and this Eggplant Reuben Sandwich!

frothy pink beet latte in glass mug with gold handle

If you make this recipe and decide to share it on Facebook or Instagram, don’t forget to tag me @FromMyBowl + #FromMyBowl! I love seeing your delicious recreations 🙂


Beet Latte Recipe

Skip the coffee shop and make your own Beet Latte at home with this easy recipe! This cozy and creamy pink latte is perfect for a chilly day.

  • Author: Caitlin Shoemaker
  • Prep Time: 7 Minutes
  • Cook Time: 0 Minutes
  • Total Time: 7 minutes
  • Yield: 1 Serving 1x
  • Category: Drink
  • Method: Blender
  • Cuisine: American


  • 6 oz Brewed Hot Coffee*
  • ¼ cup Cashews, soaked
  • 1 tsp Sunfood’s Beet Powder
  • ½ tbsp Cacao Powder
  • ¼½ tsp Powdered Ginger, depending on preference
  • 1 tsp Maple Syrup
  • Pinch of Salt


  1. Add all ingredients to a vented high-speed blender and blend (with the vent open) on the highest setting for 60 seconds. Carefully pour into a mug and enjoy!


  • Caffeine-Free Version: replace the coffee with Hot Water and increase the Beet Powder to 1 1/2 tsp, as well as the Cacao Powder to 1 tbsp. 
  • Cashew Substitutions: if you have an allergy, or do not have access to Cashews, or have a lower-speed blender, substitute the Cashews for 3 tbsp Hemp Hearts! Otherwise I do not recommend using any other Nuts or Seeds. You can also replace the Cashews with 2 tbsp of a Nut or Seed butter, but the end result will not be as creamy.
  • A note on Blenders: I made this recipe in my Vitamix; you will need a high-speed blender in order to completely blend the Cashews. Do NOT attempt to make this recipe if your blender does not have a vent. The hot liquid will create a seal in the container and it will be impossible to open. (ie do not use a “bullet” style machine, please!)

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  1. Hi I can’t wait to try this, but wondering if I could replace the brewed coffee for instant coffee at the same amount?
    Much appreciated

  2. This beet root latte is even better than the one at the local coffee shop. Thank you!

  3. Yum! Never thought to include beets in a coffee drink, the flavor really made it so delicious!! Thanks for sharing!