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Chai Tea Latte

By: Rocky Barragan
This image courtesy of rockybarragan.blogspot.com

This Chai Tea Latte recipe from Rocky Barragan is an ideal way to enjoy a classic cold weather drink classic without indulging in loads of fat and calories. This chai latte recipe is made healthier thanks to stevia and soy milk. Rocky says, "Chai Tea Lattes have always been my favorite. Since starting a healthier lifestyle sadly Chai Tea Lattes have fell by the wayside…that is until today! I decided to try and revamp one of my favorite seasonal drinks and what I came up with is indeed a delicious success!"

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Preparation Time8 min

Cooking MethodMicrowave

Ingredients

  • 1 bag of chai tea
  • 1 scoop of Vanilla Whey Protein powder
  • 8 ounces vanilla Silk soymilk
  • 1 packet of Truvia stevia

Instructions

  1. Pour 6 ounces of vanilla Silk into a microwable measuring cup. Pop into the microwave for approximately 2 minutes or until the Silk has come to a boil. Keep a close watch…it can easily boil over.
     
  2. Once the Silk has come to a boil take out of the microwave and drop in your chai tea bag and allow to steep for 4 minutes. This will allow maximum chai tea flavor which you'll need once you mix in your protein powder.
     
  3. After 4 minutes are up remove the tea bag and top off your Silk with 2 more ounces. This will help cool your drink off a bit…don’t want to burn your mouth. Of course if you want your drink hotter you can start off with the full 8 ounces in the microwave.
     
  4. Now add a packet of Truvia and 1 scoop of Vanilla Whey Protein powder and blend! Serve and enjoy!
     

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