My husband is a coffee fanatic so we have a Keurig in the house.
I wondered how I could make my creamy chai latte every morning with a Keurig coffee machine!
I set to figure out how to create a Starbucks Tazi Chai Tea Latte Recipe that would fill my mug with Starbucks without leaving the house.
Every morning, I absolutely love having a Starbucks Tazo Chai Tea Latte.
Oh my goodness, just thinking about the warm creaminess of a chai makes me want to run out and get one right away.
But the cost was killing my budget! Who can drop $5 on a drink every day?
There had to be a better way for me to enjoy my morning indulgence without killing my budget. This post contains affiliate links.
If you prefer, learn how to make your Starbucks Chai Tea Latte from scratch.
DIY Starbucks Tazo Chai Tea Latte with Your Keurig
- Tazo Chai K-cups
- Milk (1%, 2% or Soy)
- Splenda Individual Packets
Starbucks Tazo Chai Tea Latte recipe Directions:
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Fill your coffee mug 3/4 with water and pour into Keurig
Add 2 individual packets of Splenda into mug (you may easily the equivalent of sugar or sugar substitute)
Turn on your Keurig and brew the Tazi Chai Tea.
When brew is complete, fill the rest of your mug with milk. For a creamier chai, add less water and more milk.
Drink immediately and enjoy!
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And what could be more enjoyable then drinking from your own Starbucks mug?
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Also, if you want to have a froth to your milk, put the milk into a container with a lid, shake rigorously for about 10 seconds. Then put into the microwave for 15-30 seconds. Remove carefully and then add it to your chai.
For a creamier cup of chai, add a little less water and little more milk.