Keto Chai latte

Keto Chai latte

Spice up your mug with this warm and fragrant classic. Chai tea, served as a keto style latte, is perfect for the colder months. You'll love this creamy blend.

Keto Chai latte

Spice up your mug with this warm and fragrant classic. Chai tea, served as a keto style latte, is perfect for the colder months. You'll love this creamy blend.
USMetric
2 servingservings

Ingredients

  • 1 tbsp 1 tbsp chai tea
  • 2 cups 475 ml water
  • 13 cup 75 ml heavy whipping cream

Instructions

Instructions are for 2 servings. Please modify as needed.

  1. Brew the tea in piping hot water according to instructions on the package. Be sure to let it get as much flavor as possible without turning bitter.
  2. Heat up the cream in the microwave or small saucepan and add to the tea before serving.

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20 comments

  1. Ivana
    Interesting idea, but you have a mistake - chai means tea, and you just wrote tea tea :D
    Replies: #3, #17
  2. Julia
    Would be better, if put there some crushed gloves, cinnamon, black pepper , ginger and cardamom :)
    Reply: #16
  3. Lauren
    It is strange but that is how it's referred to in America, it is a linguistics left over.
    Because Chai is a non-english word, we use it then add the English category it fits in
  4. Cat
    Could a plant based alternative be an option to make this vegan? Like coconut cream or others?
  5. Ruth
    Where do you get Chai Tea with only one gram of carbs?
    Reply: #6
  6. Christopher
    Yes Ruth that is a good question? I am new to this aswell
  7. Rachel
    You can buy chai tea bags that have zero or less than 1 carbs (depending on brand). It’s when you buy Chai lattes that the problem comes in with carbs. Bigelow and Twinings are two brands I know of that makes tea bags and Keurig pods that will work for no carbs.
  8. Ruth Harte
    When you told about heavy cream are you talking about cream or milk as I am getting confused
    I am from Australia
    Replies: #10, #11
  9. Renee
    Ruth heavy cream has 35% fat, also called whipping cream here in Canada
  10. G
    It said avoid milk so it means heavy cream like it says? Thick or heavy.
  11. Paul
    Whipping Cream
  12. Melissa
    Can we use almond milk?
    Reply: #13
  13. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    Almond milk won't have the fat content that heavy cream does. If you are avoiding dairy, try coconut cream instead.

    --Kristin

  14. June
    Hi what happens if I'm intolerant to diary and coconut Pls? Thanks
    Reply: #15
  15. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor
    You can use almond milk! Just make sure to get it unsweetened.
  16. Vero
    I love Julia´s idea, I will try it this afternoon
  17. Sky
    It is not really a mistake. When one say Chai everybody knows it comes with spices, basically you are saying in English for clarity tea with spices. :D
    Reply: #19
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  19. Fehmina
    Actually Sky, that is not true. In India/Pakistan chai just mean tea (always with milk). It’s Masala (spices) Chai or Masala Tea which means tea with spices :)
    But it makes sense with the way Lauren put it, because it’s a non English word it’s stuck with it for clarification.
  20. cheryl
    Is chai teas from Stash keto safe?
    Reply: #21
  21. Kristin Parker Team Diet Doctor

    Is chai teas from Stash keto safe?

    That would depend on the ingredients, but most herbal teas are a good option.

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