How to Make Starbucks Chai Lattes

October 15, 2019

If you know ANYTHING about me, you know I loooooove myself a good chai latte… anywhere I go, it’s my drink of choice and I am constantly sipping on one!! It’s hilarious because it’s truly a part of my brand and people KNOW me for it… it truly feels like it’s a part of who I am, haha!

Today I’m doing something a little different on my YouTube and sharing how to make HOMEMADE Starbucks Chai Lattes! Only two ingredients and SUPER fast and simple to make, and taste exactly like a chai latte you’d order at Starbucks. It’s one of my favorites to make because it’s super yummy but also way cheaper than ordering one from Starbs every time!!

Watch the video below to see how I make them:


DIRECTIONS: Pour 50/50 ratio of chai concentrate to milk in your frother (or a small pot over the stove to warm it up!) Turn on your frother or turn on the heat to warm up! If you want it iced, pour 50/50 ratio in a cup then add 4-5 ice cubes.

Super simple, right?! Enjoy!

*Note: Some links in this post are referral links, which means I may get a small commission if you use the links. It’s truly appreciated! 

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