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    12.21.20
    chocolate chai tea

    Christmas in a cup? We’ve got your covered. ¬†Loaded with high vibing biodynamic cacao and seasonal chai spices we could honestly just climb right into a cup of this. Here’s Kerrilynn from CAP Beauty with a few details…

    This hot cocoa recipe is a perfect way to celebrate the season. It’s one that you’ll look forward to all year long and will imbibe all winter. Add this to your holiday traditions and get ready to drink it all winter. It’s good for you, it makes you feel good and it tastes just like the holidays.

    Brew your favorite biodynamic or organic black tea and remove tea leaves. Everyone is uniquely different and has their own palate, so adjust to your liking. Infuse and steep the following ingredients – ideally fresh and organic herbs and spices – into your tea and blend into your favorite hot milk…

    Chocolate Chai Tea
    Makes one 8-ounce serving

    Ingredients:

    tea leaves
    1 clove
    1/8th of a cinnamon stick
    2 slices of ginger (size of a nickel)
    3 whole black peppercorns
    2-3 green cardamon pods
    1 piece of star anise
    8 oz of organic milk of choice
    1 oz (2 to 3 Tbsp) or cacao powder
    pinch of salt
    sweetener of choice (we use raw honey)

    Optional:
    a pinch nutmeg
    a touch of vanilla bean
    1 pat of grass-fed butter
    a dash of ashwagandha (master ayurvedic tonic herb – rejuvenating immune builder)
    a dash of tulsi/holy basil (master ayurvedic tonic herb – stress relieving adaptogen)

    Directions:

    In a small saucepan, combine the tea, clove, cardamom, ginger, cinnamon stick, star anise, and black pepper. Bring the mixture to a boil then lower the heat and simmer for a few minutes until the mixture is fragrant (depending on time, steep as long as you can).

    Add the milk and simmer for another minute then turn off the heat and let steep for 2 minutes. Pour into a cup through a fine mesh sieve. Discard the leaves and spices.

    Transfer to a blender. Add butter, nutmeg, vanilla, ashwagandha, tulsi, ZenBunni Biodynamic Coco Mix, salt and sweetener.

    Blend for 30 seconds.

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    Comments


    1. I can’t wait to try this recipe for chocolate chai but it seems as though water is missing from from the instructions. Doss it need any water? If so how much?

      Pam | 09.10.2016 | Reply

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