DIY Tea Lattes 4 Ways

By Naturally Savvy Recipes




As summer turns to fall, it's nice to have the choice between a comforting warm latte and a refreshing iced one! Savor the season as you sip on one of these twists on traditional lattes made with tea. Experiment with your favorite flavors, milks, and add-ons. Editor's note: We recommend using high-quality tea made from natural ingredients like those from our partner Bigelow

Energizing Matcha Latte

Ingredients

1/2 cup hot water
1/2 cup hot coconut or almond milk
1 tsp matcha powder
Honey, agave, or Xylitol to taste

Directions

Prepare the matcha in a bowl or large mug by whisking it with a third of the water. You can get a special matcha bamboo whisk, but a small whisk or even a spoon will do just fine. Make sure to blend until smooth. Add remaining water and milk, sweetening to taste. If you have a milk frother, froth half the milk before adding to the mug. 

Comforting Chai Latte

Ingredients

1 Bigelow Spice Chai tea bag
1/4 cup hot water 
3/4 cup non-dairy milk 
Honey, agave, or Xylitol to taste
Cinnamon and nutmeg

Directions

Steep the tea for 4 minutes in the hot water. While it is steeping, warm the milk in a pot or a milk steamer. Pour over tea, sweeten to taste, and top with nutmeg and cinnamon.

Mint Grey Iced Tea Latte

Ingredients

1 bag each Bigelow Earl Grey and Mint Medley tea
1/2 cup water
1/2 cup non-dairy milk
Honey, agave, or Xylitol to taste
Ice

Directions

Heat the milk and water mix in a pot or a milk steamer. Add tea bags and steep 5-10 minutes. Remove teabags and add plenty of ice. Sweeten to taste. 



Blooming Berry Caffeine-Free Iced Tea Latte

Ingredients

1 bag each Bigelow Wild Blueberry, Red Raspberry, and Cranberry Hibiscus herbal tea
3/4 cup water
1/4 cup non-dairy milk
Honey, agave, or Xylitol to taste
Ice
Hibiscus flowers (optional)

Directions

Heat the milk and water mix in a pot or a milk steamer. Add tea bags and steep 5-10 minutes. Remove teabags and add plenty of ice. Sweeten to taste. Garnish with hibiscus flowers.


By Naturally Savvy Recipes| August 20, 2017
Categories:  Eat

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