This Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte is made with only a handful of ingredients and is the perfect warmth + coziness during the cooler season. Believe it or not, apple + chai flavors go together so well and will surely become your newest obsession! Literally whipped together in a few short minutes, this healthy homemade latte comes fully plant-based, dairy-free, vegan, + gluten-free. Enjoy this coffee-free cup of goodness every morning!
Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte. Honestly, I never thought that I would be mentioning Apple + Chai together----but it's true. They are SO AMAZING together, believe it or not.
I know. Apples are the perfect addition to the Fall/Autumn season, and while I have used them a few times on the blog, I'm definitely happy to have stretched my recipe development skills this week with a few savory flavors using apples as well. There's just something about apples, especially during the Fall season. I literally can eat/drink anything that includes apples, and this Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte is no different.
From this Vegan Apple Bread to these Warm Vegan Apple Cinnamon Pancakes, as you can see---apples are by far the best thing ever invented. Haha. It is so much fun to get creative at home with drinks to suit your personal flavor preferences!
To kick things off, I wanted to share this latte with you, which makes for a great coffee alternative because I chose to use Chai Tea instead. But did you know that Apple + Chai Tea actually work together nicely? Yup. Don't believe me? Try this recipe for yourself!
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Easy to whip together and uses minimal main ingredients.
Ready in less than 30 minutes TOTAL—-including prep.
Warm and comforting with every sip.
Loaded with delicious Fall/Winter spices.
A great coffee alternative!
All dairy-free, vegan, + GF.
Makes for the perfect sweet treat for the entire family.
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Absolutely! Feel free to add 2 shots of espresso or a ½ cup of strongly brewed coffee if you’d like.
This latte is so easily drinkable and not thick in texture at all. This drink is lighter and has a beautiful creamy and foaminess to it due to the cocowhip on top. SO Delicious!
Yup! If you aren't a fan of Almond milk you can use another plant-based milk. You can even try making your own! Check out my tips for The Best Milk Alternatives for Your Entire Household
Definitely. For added pizzazz, feel free to added frothed milk to the top of your latte instead of CocoWhip or you can drink it without a topping. The possibilities are endless.
Chai is the Hindi word for tea, despite the fact that most people in the English-speaking world think of it as a "flavour" of tea. After the British colonisation of India, it wasn't too long before Indians made their own version of a sweet and milky black tea, with the addition of spices.
The concept of a milky tea is common in the United Kingdom, and after the British colonization of India, it wasn't too long before it happened. And there you have it, my dear friends; that is the origin of masala chai AKA chai!
Simply put? Yes. It's got a tonne of health benefits like-
Now, let’s dig right into this recipe, shall we?
Easy Apple Cider:
Add the apples, cinnamon sticks, all spice, and cloves to a medium saucepan over medium-high heat and cover with water, leaving about an inch of space at the top so that it doesn’t boil over. Let it simmer until the apples have softened entirely and everything becomes fragrant, about 15-20 minutes.
Once done, remove from heat and carefully scoop spoonfuls (using a large cooking spoon) of the mixture and place it into a strainer over a large bowl, squeezing the apples to remove the excess juice. Continue this until all of apple cider is strained into the bowl. Discard the apples, cinnamon sticks and cloves. Set aside.
In a medium saucepan on medium-high heat, add the milk and bring to a boil for 1-2 minutes. Remove the milk from heat and add tea bags and let them steep for 5-6 minutes.
Once fully steeped, remove tea bags and whisk in 1 tablespoon chai tea spice mix, ½ cup apple cider, vanilla, and Agave until well combined.
To serve, pour apple-chai mixture in prepared mugs and top with CocoWhip, if preferred and sprinkle with additional chai spice mix.
Sip up and enjoy!
Easy Warm Apple Chai Latte.