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This Chai Mix was born out of my love for chai (the milky Indian version) combined with my current obsession with dry drink mixes. It certainly isn’t the real deal, but it’s not bad for a mix! It has good flavor – a unique change from coffee. THM Fuel Pull, low carb, low fat, sugar free
Eventually I plan to do a large batch recipe of a more traditional chai made with whole spices!
Late night snack
This chai makes a great Fuel Pull evening snack to stave off hunger and give you some protein!
The mix itself is a THM Fuel Pull, and the fuel type of your chai will be determined by the type of liquid you use to make it. (Find notes about that in the recipe below.)
Is this chai mix a THM sipper?
This drink is not a sipper and is meant to be enjoyed with a meal or as a snack. (It does contain protein of its own due to the collagen.)
How to make chai with this chai mix:
I like to use 4 tablespoons (1/4 cup) of mix per 1 1/2 cups (12 ounces) of liquid, but adjust according to the strength you prefer.
- MY FAVE: For the liquid, I like to use 3/4 cup water, 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk, and 1/4 cup half and half. This would be a light S, Trim Healthy Mamas. Feel free to use more almond milk in place of the water if you want an even better result. I don’t recommend using just water to make this chai.
- FUEL PULL/DEEP S/DAIRY FREE: For a Fuel Pull chai, use 1 cup unsweetened almond milk and 1/2 cup water. This would be Deep S compliant as well, although it doesn’t contain any of its own fat. This is a good option for dairy free folks. (Don’t use all almond milk in this case because 1 cup is the limit in a Fuel Pull setting.)
A great gift!
Mix up a batch of this chai mix and give it away in a glass jar with a pretty ribbon and a handwritten label!
Check out my hot chocolate and cappuccino mixes!
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