It’s not hard to make a hot chocolate tea recipe or chai latte with pantry-friendly ingredients, even if you don’t have access to specialty. You’re a tea person? How about chocolate, or, better yet, a cup of tea with milk? It’s really good for you, and it’s magic. When you imagine tea with chocolate and you will feel the better.
Now, honestly, you’ll love it when you want the coffee in your latte to relax and you are craving that mellow soothing flavor of hot chocolate. Tea and chocolate go well together. You’ll feel the thrill when you drink tea with chocolate. You’ll be impressed with how the taste of this coffee mimics a latte, only without the milk or sugar. Chai tea is an excellent choice for breakfast or anytime. I usually make it in the evening, when I want to unwind and enjoy some “me time” alone.
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When you’re bored of having the same taste, try this amazing tea that will refresh your mind and calm your nerves, and you’ll have a relaxing cup of tea to help you feel refreshed and calm in just one cup.
INGREDIENTS AND SUBSTITUTES FOR CHOCOLATE TEA
Let us have a look at the ingredients of chocolate tea.
Black Tea: Try your favorite tea brand. Either tea powder or tea bags will work. To get the best out of your tea, use less tea powder.
Milk: Full-fat milk is the best option here. If you are allergic to dairy, you can use almond or cashew milk.
Cocoa powder: Make sure you use raw cacao powder for its best flavor because it’s not processed and has the flavor and
Sugar: My personal favorite is brown sugar. But you can use any kind of sweetener, like castor sugar. Honey is sweet enough. Add no sugar, just a bit of chocolate.
Chocolate: The quality of chocolate is important. Make sure you are getting the best chocolate for your baking needs. If you want the best results, use Lindt or Ghirardelli chocolate bars.
Spices (if using): You can experiment by going for spices like cardamom or cinnamon.
Spiced hot chocolate is my favorite, but I’m not keen on cardamom. I prefer plain hot chocolate tea. Chocolate chai recipes seem to overwhelm the chocolate, but you can avoid this by baking chocolate chai in advance. Add spices towards the end and simmer for one minute longer. Ginger tea is very good for you, it helps you lose weight, and I drink it when I have a cold.
HOW TO MAKE CHOCOLATE TEA?
You can experiment by going for spices like cardamom or cinnamon. Spiced hot chocolate is my favorite, but I’m not keen on cardamom. I prefer plain hot chocolate tea. Chocolate chai recipes seem to overwhelm the chocolate, but you can avoid this by baking chocolate chai in advance. You can add any additional spices towards the end and simmer for 1 minute more. Here are the steps to make chocolate tea.
- First, add tea powder or tea bags and simmer for five minutes. (Protip: If you like light black tea, use 1 teabag or 1 teaspoon of tea.)
- Add chocolate! You can add chocolate chips, chopped chocolate, or chocolate shavings. (If using chocolate sauce, omit the sugar. If you’re looking for an indulgent chocolate taste, use dark chocolate or chocolate with 70% cocoa or higher.
- Strain the tea, or remove the tea bags, and serve. And that’s it. You can serve it hot with cookies or biscuits and enjoy your chocolate chai latte outside in the backyard. Or just curl up on the sofa and enjoy chocolate tea while watching your favorite show.
Dark Chocolate Tea: To get more of a cocoa taste use cocoa powder and dark chocolate.
Spicy Chocolate Tea: When I like some extra boost of flavor and relaxation after my kids are in bed on a weekend night. I add cinnamon and/or cardamom to my tea. This recipe makes a delicious spiced tea that’s quite fragrant. If spices and mild flavors aren’t your things, stick to the classic version.
Chocolate Syrup: This is a recipe that is pantry-friendly. If you’re out of chocolate, chocolate syrup would work too. Add 3 tablespoons of chocolate syrup and skip the brown sugar.
Chocolate Iced Tea: I want to blend two cubes of ice with a bit of cold water and drink an iced chocolate milk tea.