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The warmth of cinnamon and ginger mixed with chai tea…there’s just nothing like it!


Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte (Sugar-free, THM-S)


I’ve been thinking for quite a while how I could make a tea latte that had some spice mixed with sweetness.  I already have a latte recipe, but that one uses coffee (Sweet Cinnamon Latte recipe here).  It’s delicious and so satisfying, but several of you all said you didn’t care for coffee, so here is a tea version.  When I had my first sip, it literally tasted like something I would order at a coffee shop.


Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte (Sugar-free, THM-S)


I love chai tea…it just makes me feel all cozy inside.  I didn’t really care for coffee until just a few years ago, but I’ve always loved my tea.  I have a variety of flavors, but I always seem to go back to my favorite…chai (or anything with spice)!


Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte (Sugar-free, THM-S)


The fact that I use ginger in this latte is great because of all the health benefits ginger has in our bodies!  It is one of those spices that definitely gives a “kick” when used in food or beverages.


Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte (Sugar-free, THM-S)


Among the many great benefits of ginger, one of them is it keeps you full…meaning you won’t overeat…resulting in weight loss!  YES!!!   –P.S. I love you, ginger–  🙂  So drink those Good Girl Moonshines AND this Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte…they are full of goodness and satisfaction.


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Yields 1 cup of chai latte

Sweet & Spicy Chai Latte {THM-FP, Sugar Free}

This chai latte is full of warming flavors...savor every sip!

5 minPrep Time

5 minTotal Time

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  1. Brew tea in hot water and set aside.
  2. Place remaining ingredients in a microwavable cup or dish and heat for one minute.
  3. Pour into blender along with your brewed tea and mix until frothy.
  4. Pour back into tea cup and enjoy!


If you have a milk frother, that is the next best thing to using a blender for mixing. I love my milk frother !

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