Miss Kitty's Quick & Easy Chai Tea Latte

Miss Kitty's Quick & Easy Chai Tea Latte created by Outta Here

This is the fastest way I know to get a cup of Chai Tea latte after dinner. This makes about 1 cup, double or triple ingredient measures for more. My favorite combinations are Blue Diamond Natural "Almond Breeze" Vanilla Non-Dairy Beverage (almond 'milk') and TAZO Chai Spiced Black Tea Latte Concentrate.

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ingredients

  • 4 ounces Almond Breeze non-dairy beverage (vanilla flavor)
  • 4 ounces chai latte concentrate

directions

  • Combine ingredients.
  • Heat on stove top just to boiling or micorwave for 1-2 minutes.
  • Enjoy!
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"This is the fastest way I know to get a cup of Chai Tea latte after dinner. This makes about 1 cup, double or triple ingredient measures for more. My favorite combinations are Blue Diamond Natural "Almond Breeze" Vanilla Non-Dairy Beverage (almond 'milk') and TAZO Chai Spiced Black Tea Latte Concentrate."

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  1. Ang11002
    I bought Tazo Chai concentrate and mixed with almond milk but served over ice. I didnt think it would be a problem as I still followed the actual recipe ingredients:) Amazing and tasted just like Starbucks Chai! When winter comes, will try it hot. I bet it will be just as good.
  2. DesertRose15
    I typically add skim milk or vanilla soy milk to sf chai latte concentrate, but you inspired me to try vanilla flavored almond milk and I loved it! I will be making my chai lattes (hot and cold) this way from now on. Thanks for the great idea!
  3. CookingONTheSide
    This was the perfect cup of tea that really hit the spot on a cold bitter day. The almond milk tastes wonderful in this.
  4. Outta Here
    Miss Kitty's Quick & Easy Chai Tea Latte Created by Outta Here
  5. Outta Here
    What a nice change from coffee! I have some sugar-free chai mix, and usually use water or milk to make it, so the almond milk was a nice variation. I had never used almond milk, and I like it better than soy milk. I made mine in my microwave frother, and frothed some of it for a topping.
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