Learn to make a Chai Tea Smoothie! Enjoy as a quick meal on the go or midday Snack.
We made a cold chai latte smoothie to enjoy in the hot summer. This delicious treat is guaranteed to give you soothing pleasure during the hot months of the summer. Please see the conclusion paragraph for extra tips and tricks. We hope you like this delicious chai smoothie, and you may change the recipe depending on your likings, and finally have fun!
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Step 1: Ingredients
- 2 Peeled, sliced, and frozen bananas
- 1 Cup of almond Breeze Almondmilk
- ½ cup Plain nonfat vanilla Greek yogurt
- 2 Tsp dry chai tea leaves
- ¼ Tsp vanilla extract
- ¼ Tsp ground cinnamon
- 1 Tsp honey (Note: If you'd like a sweeter smoothie, add more honey, until you get to the sweetness you like)
Step 2: Tools
- Measuring cups
- Gallon sized plastic
- bags A knife Glasses
Step 3: Banana Prep
Cut the bananas into 1 inch slices and freeze them. Freeze them on a tray, and when frozen take out put into plastic bags.
Step 4: Add to Blend
Put all the ingredients into a blender.
Step 5: Pulse
Pulse the blender until you like the consistency of your smoothie.
Step 6: Scoop and Serve
Scoop the smoothies into cups and top with banana slices or whatever toppings you want, serve immediately and enjoy!
Step 7: Summary
We hope you try our delicious chai latte smoothie, and if you do, enjoy it! A couple things to keep in mind are; you can add ice or more frozen banana, if you want a thicker smoothie. However, if your smoothie is too thick, you can add more almond milk. If you want a sweeter smoothie, add more honey, if you want a less sweet smoothie, just add more Greek yogurt. You may swap out the almond milk for A milk of your choice. I would recommend to add in the chai and cinnamon slowly, and tasting it before you add more, this is so you don’t overpower your smoothie with chai or cinnamon.
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