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    • Chai Tea Latte Mix in a Mug

      Make your your own easy, spicy-sweet chai tea mix easily with a dash of instant tea, non-dairy creamer, cardamom, and the perfect combination of spices. This delicious mix will become a favorite amongst your friends & makes a lovely, inexpensive homemade gift idea.

      2 T. French Vanilla coffee creamer (powder)
      2 tsp sugar
      1/2 tsp unsweetened instant tea
      1/4 tsp ground allspice
      1/4 tsp cinnamon
      pinch ground cloves (less than 1/8 tsp!)

      Measure into small Ziploc baggie, seal & shake to combine.
      Place in a Mug lined with Tissue paper, attach pretty tag & small whisk.

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      Empty mix into Mug & Fill with very hot water, stir well & enjoy.
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      1. Snoopy 420's Avatar
        Snoopy 420 -
        Has anyone created a recipe of the Chai tea latte mix that can be stored and makes several servings instead of just one?
      1. Jane's Avatar
        Jane -
        Quote Originally Posted by Snoopy 420 View Post
        Has anyone created a recipe of the Chai tea latte mix that can be stored and makes several servings instead of just one?
        You can just quadruple the recipe to make more mix and store it. The mug mix section are always going to be individual servings. Otherwise there are other Chai Tea recipes here:

        Budget101.com - - Tea Mixes | Beverage Mix Recipes

        and more beverage mixes, lattes,etc here:

        Budget101.com - - Make your Own Beverage Mixes | Make Your Own Drink Mixes


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