Thursday, October 13, 2016

Fall Favorites: Pumpkin Chai Latte

Here is your pumpkin recipe of the week, the perfect lil cuppa: Pumpkin Chia Latte!

*Two chai tea bags
*3 tablespoons pumpkin puree
*1/4 teaspoon nutmeg
*1/4 teaspoon cinnamon
*1 teaspoon vanilla
*Dash of sugar {I could have left out}
*3/4 cup of your choice of creamer {I used Silk non-dairy creamer}
*1/4 cup of almond milk {only added to make more creamer}

First let your water start to boil.  While the water boils, whisk together all the ingredients in a small bowl.  It makes a lot so I'm saving the extra in my cute creamer pitcher for the next time!  Add as much as you like to your tea.  I'm usually not a huge cream person, but to get the pumpkin-y flavor I added a lot.


  1. Pumpkin spice doesn't really exist in Australia. It is really depressing because I love the flavour. I am going to try and recreate this recipe on the weekend. Sounds so yummy.

    1. You can easily do it! So many awesome pumpkin recipes on Pinterst too! xx

  2. Oh, my goodness! The Inbetweeners is one of my favorites. I love the "cornetto" episode! I re-watched it recently and still laughed out loud so much!

  3. I will check out the show. Cutting the cord in February so will need some new shows

  4. It's a good one! Very funny! xx

  5. I love the Brit version of this show SO much! It's no wonder after I watched it to understand why there's a cult like following of it in the UK.

  6. If you loved the Inbetweeners, you should check out Green Wing. It is absolutely bonkers and showcases British comedy at its finest.

  7. I love british shows. Netflix does have some cool australian shows. Miss Fischer's Murder Mysteries being one of them. Strong female lead and fun to see Australia in the flapper era of the 20's.

  8. love, love, LOVE “the inbetweeners”, second the recommendation of “the green wing” and heartily recommend “black books” and “the delivery man.”

  9. When a friend first showed me this series I was wondering why the heck I was watching this. But it became super addictive and you end up wondering what even stupider scenarios these boys will get into. Cringeworthy but you just can't look away! x

    Think it. Dream it. Blog

  10. That looks really nice, but I must admit, that being an Aussie I don't understand the whole pumpkin flavouring thing. We just don't do it over here, so i have never tried it.

    <3 Sarah | Oh So Kawaii

  11. This sounds delicious!! I think I might adapt your recipe and make pumpkin spice chai the Indian way. We use loose black tea, chai masala, milk, and sugar all in one pot and let it boil for 5 minutes, then use a tea strainer to pour it out. I can add your ingredients too!

  12. That sounds amazing Nikita! I will have to try that!!! xx