Try for Chai!

Ever had chai tea? Well let me tell you, it’s amazing. Originating from India, Chai tea is an extremely popular tea beverage that tastes like heaven. So why not spice it up a bit? There are thousands of recipes out there that make the beautiful Chai tea even better; try them out for yourselves!

Would you like a cup of tea? – Chai Tea, that is // thekitchenismyplayground.com

It’s so easy to make your own flavorfully delicious Chai Tea Latte mix at home.  All it takes is a few simple ingredients & a whirl in a food processor!

 

Coconut Chai Latte // rotinrice.com

The inspiration for today’s Coconut Chai Latte came from a recent visit to a fusion Indian restaurant here in Minneapolis. This creamy spice infused tea goes well with strongly flavored dishes and takes only minutes to prepare. All you need are some teabags, spices, sugar, and coconut milk.

 

Maple Chai Tea Latte Recipe // throughherlookingglass.com

Maple Chai Tea Latte is a sweet and spicy hot drink to warm you up on chilly fall and winter days. Chai tea leaves steep in your choice of milk, then infuse with overtones of vanilla and lightly sweetened with pure maple syrup.

 

Chai Coconut Bubble Tea // mjandhungryman.com

I mostly drink green tea, but I also have a soft spot for chai (my usual at Starbucks: Chai tea latte with soy milk). So I’ve decided to share with you this simple and fun recipe for Chai Coconut Bubble Tea.

 

Chai tea is a gift to the world. It’s sweet, tasty, and you can make so many different recipes with it! If you haven’t tried Chai Tea and you’re a tea lover, you absolutly MUST try it.

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