Ultimate Chia Latte Recipe

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Chai Mug

After sampling a few Chai Latte’s recently in various establishments I came to a couple of conclusions: 1) I love the taste of the complex range of spices, 2) I wanted to make my own at home for a pre-sleep hot toddy and 3) I wanted to go back to basics to avoid the naties and suger laiden issues with pre-mixed and commercial offerings.

So here it is – my sugar free, caffeine free, lactose free, gluten free, gloriously delicious Chai latte mix perfect for just about any occasion, especially a cold Winter’s night.

This recipe is also a perfect egg-free replacement for creamy calorie laiden eggnog, just add a splash of bourbon, brandy or your favourite liquer on Christmas day for added festive spirit. Maybe we should call it spice nog.

½ teaspoon Stevia powder
3 tablespoons Nativia sweetener
4 teaspoons vanilla bean powder
4 teaspoons ground ginger
4 teaspoons ground cinnamon
2 teaspoon ground nutmeg
2 teaspoon ground allspice
2 teaspoon ground cloves
1 teaspoon ground cardamom

½ teaspoon white pepper (optional for a little kick!)

1. Place ingredients in bowl
2. Stir until thoroughly mixed
3. Place in an airtight jar

To Use
Stir in 1 heaped teaspoons of your chai mix to a mug of hot milk – low fat, almond, soy, rice, lactose free or whatever you desire.

Slowly sip and enjoy!


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  • if wanting to produce a mix where water only is added add 2 cups organic non-fat dry milk powder (lactose free if possible) and use about 2 tablespoons of your chai mix to a mug of hot water.
  • If you’re wanting the Chai flavour of tea, simply add ½ a teaspoon of instant tea, or brew half a mug of strong black tea and use this with half a mug of milk.
  • If you’re wanting the Latte flavour of coffee, then add ½ teaspoon of instant or decaff coffee granules, or add a shot of espresso to your hot milk.