How To Make A Spiced Chai Concentrate

Tuesday, October 25, 2011


Le sigh. I'm feeling a bit under the weather this week. It might be because of the chilly weather or the never stopping rain but last night I spotted this awesome recipe for a spiced chai concentrate and I simply couldn't pass on it. The cool thing about it is that you can refrigerate the concentrate itself in a bottle for up to two weeks. That means no fussing around each time you want a hot cuppa of chai. You simply mix some of the concentrate with milk, heat it up and voilà! Mmm...doesn't that sound delicious? xo

P.S: Full recipe here. (I added an extra stick of cinnamon and an extra serving of honey to my recipe).

(Photos by Tasty Kitchen & A Wooden Nest)

24 comments:

Zondra Art said...

I must say it is a very interesting recipe! Something I havent seen before, but would love to try:)

A76 said...

Thanks for sharing - this is just what I need when it's getting colder...
xoxo

Morgan said...

Love me some chai! Hope you feel better. xo

Vintage Market Place said...

Hope you feel better soon.
I am way more of an espresso gal than a tea gal. But this looks really good.
Amy

Collette Osuna said...

I NEED this recipe!!! I love chai..thanks for sharing:0

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Diana Mieczan said...

Thanks, Morgan and Amy! Oh boy, I love espresso as well:)

The Blonde Duck said...

I've never had chai!

katie [the bright life] said...

This looks amazing! This would be such a fun holiday gift for friends!! Heading over to check out the recipe now. :) Xo, Katie

Stephanie said...

That is such an amazing idea!!! Definitely going to give this a try soon. :-)

Nikki said...

I tried to make a spiced chai concentrate once...but they are unruly and incapable of concentrating...

bahaha...sorry I need coffee. Or chai, that sound delish!

Lemon said...

Wow, that's so interesting. I've never made this on my own.

Nuha said...

i've never had chai but this looks really good! i'd love to try making it myself :)

fashionhogger said...

Would have been perfect for this weekend!

little t said...

Great tip for the colder weather. x

Michelle {lovely little things} said...

looks delicious!

Annie said...

so fun & yummy! I must try!

Diana Mieczan said...

Brilliant idea, Katie. It would make a totally awesome holiday gift, indeed:)

Lisa Lisa Lisa said...

This looks incredible!

SJ said...

brilliant idea! i have premade coffee in my fridge so i can have an iced coffee whenever i like but i love this idea as well!

Designwali said...

wow this is some hard core chai? ginger? I make chai all the time and its really very quick...cardomum, cloves. a little fennel & cinamon....boil...add milk...boil & your done. Seriously 5 minutes & you get fresh chai!

Fleur De Moi said...

My jaw just dropped. YUM! I MUST make this!

Elisa said...

oh yum! lately I have skipped my usual cup of mocha in the afternoons for vanilla chai latte. I love the recipe photos.

Hope you feel better soon Diana.
Guess what? it's snowing in Colorado! just yesterday it was high 70s!

quintessence said...

My daughter LOVES spiced chai - I'm going to save this for her!!

Diana Mieczan said...

No way, Elisa! I miss Colorado so much:) Stay cozy and warm.

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