Oxmoor House
Prep Time
14 Mins
Yield
5 1/2 cups mix

For optimal enjoyment of this trendy flavor-packed drink, be sure your spices are fresh.

How to Make It

Step 1

Combine spices and tea in a food processor or blender. Blend 1 to 2 minutes or until mixture becomes a fine powder. Pour into a large bowl. Add sugar to food processor or blender (without cleaning it), and process until superfine, about 30 seconds. Add sugar to bowl of spices. Stir in milk powder and creamers; blend well. Spoon mix into gift jars, if desired.

Step 2

To serve, stir 2 heaping Tbsp. Chai Tea Mix into a mug of hot milk or boiling water.

Step 3

Chocolate Chai Mix: Add 1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa along with dry milk powder to the blend above. Follow serving directions above. (We recommend milk here.)

Step 4

Chai Shake: Blend 1/4 cup Chai Tea Mix, 1 cup milk, and 3 1/2 cups vanilla ice cream in a blender.

Step 5

White Chocolate Chai: Add 1/4 cup finely chopped premium white chocolate (such as Lindt or Ghirardelli) to 1 cup Chai Tea Mix. Stir well. Follow serving directions above with 2 heaping Tbsp. per cup of hot milk or boiling water.

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Ratings & Reviews

jdkelley's Review

BaileySmith
November 11, 2014
To avoid the nasty non-dairy creamer I am trying it with 3 cups powdered milk and 2 tsp powdered vanilla as I love the vanilla flavor.

BaileySmith's Review

mollybrown
July 26, 2014
Its easy and delicious. I use 1.5 cups sugar and it was sweet just right. I will add more cardamom next time though...

Angelfire4's Review

jdkelley
June 06, 2012
My girlfriend made this for me for the holidays. It was hard for me to give it up but, it was soooo good I had to share some with my sister and now she is begging for the recipe! I used it in both water and soy milk. The soy was very creamy and decadent, the water was a little thinner.....both were amazing!

mollybrown's Review

Angelfire4
November 30, 2011
I love this mixture! It does not work well with a water base, but is excellent with soy milk. If you want it cold, heat the milk and powder first on the stove then pour it over ice. It does not combine well unless warmed. But this is a real treat.