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Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea

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Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea

I have a new morning drink recipe that I just had to share with ya’ll- Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea.  It’s like an explosion of happiness and summer in your mouth, with just enough caffeine to get you through the day.  I was getting so bored with my normal cup of coffee and water that I had to mix it up a little bit. 

Here’s my Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea Latte recipe

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Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea
A delicious breakfast or afternoon refreshment
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Prep Time
20 min
Prep Time
20 min
Ingredients
  1. 5 Bigelow Vanilla Chai Tea Bags
  2. 2 Bigelow Orange & Spice Tea Bags
  3. 8 Cups Boiling Water
  4. 1/2 Cup Almond Milk
  5. 1 TSP Vanilla Extract
  6. 1 TSP Cinnamon
  7. 1 Orange Sliced for garnishment
  8. Ice
Instructions
  1. Put 8 cups of water to boil
  2. Pour water in a pitcher and soak all seven tea bags in water for 4-7 minutes. Test taste at 4 minutes etc until it's steeped to your liking.
  3. Remove tea bags, mix in cinnamon and vanilla, and let mixture cool.
  4. Place tea in the fridge.
  5. After an hour, remove from the fridge and mix in almond milk.
  6. Place back in fridge.
  7. Slice oranges, remove tea from fridge, add ice cubes and serve!
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The hint of cinnamon, smooth taste of vanilla, and citrusy orange makes this the perfect summer/fall drink.  As you can see by my recipe I use Bigelow Tea to make this and any other sweet teas my crazy mind concocts.  Why?  Not only is Bigelow tea delicious and nutritious but using it to make Iced Tea is super simple.  As you can see by my above photos I simply pour boiling water into a pitcher, then steep the bags.  Side note: tying the tea bag tags around the handle make it easy to remove them.  The bags only need to steep for 4-7 minutes before a delicious tea is brewed and ready for consumption.

Iced Orange Vanilla Chai Tea

As an ACE certified personal trainer, I’m a big fan of tea as a daily beverage.  Coffees and sodas have SO much sugar and chemicals in them, while tea contains useful antioxidants and herbs for digestion and overall health.  I typically drink a green tea or chai tea in the morning for the caffeine and a chamomille at night for sleep aid.  Green tea, along with the antioxidants mentioned above, also contains compounds that increase brain stimulation.  Chamomile, which can produce a calming effect on the nervous system, also contains anti-inflammatory agents that can reduce swelling and irritations in both the bowels and skin.

I found all the ingredients I needed for this recipe at Walmart! 

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With all these health benefits, why wouldn’t you drink tea?  What’s your favorite Bigelow Tea?

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15 Comments

  1. Oh my goodness! That looks so yummy! I’m so going to try this. Thank you for sharing.

  2. YUM! This sounds amazingly good. I’m definitely going to have to try this, thank you for sharing 🙂

  3. I love the bigelow chai tea, but this recipe sounds amazing. I will definitely try it 🙂

  4. I’ve never had iced chai tea but this looks so refreshing!

  5. Neely Moldovan says:

    This sounds delightful! I need!

  6. I’m not a huge chai tea person, but this sounds delicious. Anything that has orange and vanilla in it is definitely winning.

  7. Bree Hogan says:

    Chai is one of my most favourite teas to drink. I love trying all the different varieties but I always come back to the ‘true’ chai recipe. Yours sounds lovely I will have to try it.

  8. i absolutely love Chai tea!! Will definitely have to try out this recipe!!!

  9. this is a must try! i love the combo of both teas

  10. I love Chai Tea and I am intrigued by adding orange. Looks so yummy! Gorgeous photos, too! #client

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