Loved this lower sugar/calorie version of chai tea. But, what I loved the most is the cost savings. Buying it retail definitely meant I wasn't enjoying chai tea very often. I did add a tablespoon of cocoa to the blend. Perfect...thanks so very much for saving me a ton of money and now I packing a couple for Holiday Gifts.
Very good! Thanks for posting this. Now I can have a quick and guiltless cup of Chai tea whenever I want! Yum! Like another reviewer, I used just one cup of Splenda and it was perfect.
I made a 1/2 recipe and left the Splenda Blend. I'll add some plain Splenda (not the blend) to each cup. I made a cup for breakfast and it that I'm now sipping on. What a wonderful way to welcome a bright and sunny day. I have never been able to find any unsweetened instant tea in Canada so I brewed some Darjeeling and added a very hefty tsp of this mix with 1 1/2 tsp of Splenda: Nirvana! I don't know that I have had chai with a vanilla touch before but this certainly won't be the last time. Thanks so much Toni for this little wonder. Made for ZWT4
OMG this is SO good! I'm sort of a Chai snob, its hard to find just the right mix. But this one is so good and not too sweet. The recipe made so much so I don't have to make it very often....unless I keep drinking it like mad! thanks so much for sharing this easy yummy recipe.
Okay, I am the coffee and tea fanatic around here. I've tried several of the chai teas on zaar and this ranks up there with the best of them. Plus it's sugar free or at least mine was since I used Wal-Marts sugar free creamer.
Absolutely brilliant & delicious. And to top it all off, I just got some powdered green tea from the HFS! I'm taking it to camp with me. ;) Thanks, Toni!
Love Chai, and this mix is an easy one to make. The first time I made it, however, I found it way too sweet for my taste. I would suggest starting with 1 cup of the Splenda for baking. It's easy enough to add more if you prefer it sweeter. Thanx! Toni for posting.
I tagged this recipe for Zaar tag. This makes alot so I put it into a tupperware with a lid and shook it up to mix. This was good. A nice change from coffee and in the long run will be much more economical then buying from store. Thanks for posting