Tag : chai
We didn’t name it Yummy Chai for nothing! This DIY chai tea latte will rock your world in four easy steps. Here’s what you need:
– 3 tsp Yummy Chai nourishtea
– 12 oz of boiling hot water
– 2 tsp of brown sugar
– 1/2 cup of milk
– ground cinnamon (optional)
Measure 3 tsp of nourishtea Yummy Chai into an infuser. Steep in 12 oz of water for about 5 minutes.
Remove the infuser and add brown sugar (or honey) to the tea while it is still very hot.
Make your own foam in the microwave, all you need is milk, a glass jar with a lid, and a microwave.
Fill the jar no more than halfway to allow room for the foam. Put the lid on and shake for 30 seconds. The milk will become frothy and double in size. Take off the lid and microwave for 30 seconds, and the foam will rise to the top of the jar.
Using a spoon, hold back the foam at the top and pour the milk evenly divided into two cups.
Top the warm milk with the tea slowly, then scoop the remaining foam from the jar on top of the lattes. You can sprinkle, nutmeg or cinnamon over the foam.
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The rich and spicy smell of this potpourri reminds us of a hot cup of our Yummy Chai tea! For all you craf-TEA folks, this DIY project is fun for a rainy day.
You will need:
- Dried rose petals
- 1⁄4 cup whole cloves
- 1 cup whole allspice
- 10 (3-inch) cinnamon sticks, broken into pieces
- 8 small bay leaves
- 4 whole nutmeg
- 3 tbsp anise
- 2 tbsp whole cardamom pods
Mix ingredients in a large bowl, stirring well. Store the extra potpourri in a zippered bag to preserve freshness. You can even house the finished product in a vintage teacup and saucer for a dainty display.
Recipe adapted from Woman’s Day.