This mix is made up of some of my favorite spices: cinnamon, ginger, cardamom, black pepper, nutmeg, and cloves!
Once added to a jar, simply shake or stir to combine.
It will keep up to 3 months in your spice cabinet, but if you love chai like me, it won’t last that long by a long shot.
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Check out the recipe below for tips on how to make hot *If you want to add some tea, simply cut the amount of dairy-free milk in half and sub with strong brewed black tea.*Recipe (as written) makes ~2/3 cup chai mix.*Nutrition information is a rough estimate calculated for 1 chai latte with unsweetened coconut milk and suggested amount of sweetener.
*Nutrition information is a rough estimate for 1/2 cup of 10 total servings calculated with 5 cups of water, no additional add-ins and the remaining almond pulp nutritional content subtracted.
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It is an easy and quick recipe for two people (we eat two chops each). If you double the recipe, remember that the sauce will take longer to reduce.
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