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Here is a great recipe for homemade sugar free chai tea. You can get it at Starbucks but it will have more calories that ...
a order fries. We will show you how to make it without sugar and save you a few bucks as well.
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Thom King: Well I'm sure that you’ve seen Chai at coffee shops and there has been a big mystery. What I’m going to do, I will take the mystery out of Chai but more importantly I will take the sugar out of it. So make sure you have to make Chai using Stevia rather than sugar. So, let’s get started, what were going to do first is let’s just get some regular black tea. I’ve got about three—it’s probably three tablespoons of black tea here. And I’m going to put it in to a French press and you can buy this at Ikea, Target and you can buy it online and get them just about anywhere. I’m going ahead and put this black tea in there just empty it in just like so. Then for the secret ingredient pumpkin pie spice, this is pretty easy you get it just about anywhere. I’m going to drop the pumpkin pie spice in there with it yes that’s true. Black pepper, yeah you can get this by anywhere, drop the black pepper in. Here’s another one of the secrets too, fresh ginger. I’m going to cut some fresh ginger it’s delicious it’s good for you too and the Chai is just so, so healing just so healing in the morning and gets you started and get you going and stuff like that. So, the next thing is we’re going to actually add some Stevia to this as well. So, we’re going to put one, two, three, scoops of Stevia powder, next thing we’re going to do is we’re going to go ahead and put some hot water in there. You fill this up and this makes about six cups which is enough for six people or in my case it’s just enough for me. This is going to be a huge serving oh that’s smells delicious with all those spices and stuff. So now were just going to let that sit and stip and what’s stipping does is releases all those vaults oils out of the spices and out of the tea and you can see it’s really getting a lot of movement there and it like starts to get some of the juice out of that ginger. So, we’re going to let that set for about two minutes. Okay, times up. Okay so now I’m going to do is I’m going ahead and push this plunger down very slowly you don’t want the leaves to come up to this side. But this isn't brain surgery trust me if I can do it you can there. Is it bottom? So, now what we’re going to is we’re actually going to reuse a little bit of milk in it because that was has but I've got this thing it’s called an Air Latte which you can find them just about anywhere. And what this does is froths the milk. And when I say froths you makes it very foamy. So, now that I’ve got it really nice and foamy, what I’m going to do is I'm actually going to go ahead. I’m going to put about two cups in this glass, we’re going to add this Chai Tea Mix that we made like so. Oh this smells so good. Oh this is really good and it doesn’t have any sugar. And there we go. Now, let’s dress it up a little bit and throw it with cinnamon stick in it. Man overboard. Well okay so that didn’t work. Why don’t we just go ahead and sprinkle cinnamon on the top and call it good. And so there we go I’ve taken the mystery out, I’ve taken the sugar out. I’ve saved you some money. I can show you how to make it but I can’t show you how it taste. So if you want to make this to yourself, why don’t you go to our website its www.steviva.com and order some our products. If you don’t like them, send it back and were give your money back so here’s to you, oh that’s good.