Chai Tea Milkshake
Who doesn’t love a Chai Tea Latte?! It is the best part about the fall and winter months and one thing is certain… I need MILK in my chai! I got the tea bags and sure it still tastes good, but the creaminess that milk… or ice cream.. brings to the chai is game changing. This shake is basically a frozen chai tea latte. It is extremely easy to drink (or chug)… almost too easy! My real food lifestyle is all about the occasional indulgence and if I am eating ice cream it is going to be Three Twins!! This Madagascar Vanilla is made from only 6 pure and organic ingredients and you can tell. They have tons of yummy flavors but when you want chai you gotta have chai!! Those tea bags I have were just waiting to be transformed into something and of course there is always some three twins in my freezer… so it just made logical sense! If I have learned one thing in life its that Ice Cream is a holiday neccesity. Have you ever had Apple Pie without Ice Cream? Or have you tried Chocolate Ice Cream with Pecan Pie? There is a large chance that you can find a Three Twins flavor to go with any of your holiday treats!
If you are enjoying Three Twins this season makes sure to snap a pic and tag @threetwinsicecream on instagram, @threetwins on twitter and use the hashtags: #picecream & #ClausAndCream ! Let’s have an internet ice cream social shall we??
Best part about this recipe? 3 ingredients!!
Thanks to my friends at Three Twins I now own the best ice cream scooper ever!!
If you want to get your hands on some of this ice cream, click HERE to see where you can find it near you!
Grating cinnamon on top makes it extra tasty!
I have been provided with Three Twins products but the views are completely my own!Print
Chai Tea Milkshake
- 1 pint Three Twins Madagascar Vanilla ice cream
- 3 chai tea bags
- 1 cup milk
- cinnamon for garnish
- Heat up 1 cup of milk in the microwave or on the stove top. Steep the 3 tea bags in the hot milk for 10 minutes, then place in refrigerator to cool down. Once chai milk is cooled, combine with the pint of ice cream in a blender until smooth. Serve in 2 large or 4 small glasses and top with a sprinkle of cinnamon!
from one blogger to anther: SO BOMB. looks so wonderful! I am definitely doing this with coconut bliss 😉
Thanks Ashlee!!! It is sooo tasty!!