Recipe by greatbaker12
"This is really similar to the brand Oregon® Chai. Simply delicious either hot or iced! This will save you more money than buying the chai. In India, each family has their own way of making it, so you should experiment to find your favorite blend."
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chai tea bag
1 1/2 teaspoons
I tried this for the first time using Tazo Organic Chai Tea and following the instructions except for the amount of milk. And I believe I used too much hot water. I'll need to try it as stated next time. Pretty good and a whole lot more affordable than the coffee chain variety
This is far too much to call it as a Chai Latte...
More likely a Chai tea, with milk.
I like a stronger flavored chai so I went easy on the milk, just enough to give it a milky flavor without diluting it. I also used one packet Splenda instead of granulated sugar. Very good.
This was quick and easy to make. I followed the directions exactly. My only issue with it was, after I added the milk to the hot tea it became room temperature. I was kind of wanting a warm beverage this morning. So, instead of reheating I just took it one step further and poured it over some ice. Make sure to have a large mug as it will be needed to hold the 1.5 cups of liquid. This was okay, but I think I like chai made with tea and spices separately. It's just stronger. This works though if pinched for time and you like Chai.
This is a pretty sweet version of Chai. I made it on the stovetop so that it would be as hot as possible. I brought the water and tea bag to boil and simmered it for 5 minutes. After 5 minutes, toss the tea bag and stir in the sugar, honey and milk, heat until hot and then serve. It's my new favorite Chai recipe.
This was a tasty and quick way to make Chai. I read the others' comments about the milk cooling down the tea, so this is how I made mine. I put the milk in a mug and warmed it in the microwave. I then placed the tea bag into the milk and poured the boiling water into the mug and let the tea steep. I added the sugar and honey at the end. It was slightly too sweet for my tastes, so I cut back a bit on the sugar and honey the next time I made it. I also made it again using Splenda and coconut/almond milk with great results.
I boiled my tea bag in the water to try for a stronger flavor. The tea I used was Stash(R) Chai Spice Black Tea. I used a packet of Splenda instead of sugar and added the honey to taste instead of measuring it out...probably used more than called for but that's how I like it! Perfect amount of liquids for my favorite mug!
Delicious, I have been trying to find just the right combo to make a chai tea latte. This one was really good! I think next time I might adjust the sweetness but overall it was delicious! Thank you for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Chai Tea Latte
Serving Size: 1/1 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 1
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 32
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