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Did you know that the flavours of pumpkin pair so undeniably well with the aromatic flavours of masala chai tea? Did you also know that you can infuse the flavours of tea, including masala chai, into so many different recipes? Oh yes! And I’ll show you exactly how to do it with my favorite pumpkin chai spiced recipes.
How to Make Perfect Pumpkin Spice Treats!
There are countless ways to use masala chai in recipes. Here are my favourite ways of using this unique spicy black tea with pumpkin spice everything, from hot lattes, to cold lattes, to smoothies, to cakes and more!
First things first when making any pumpkin treat is to make a big batch of homemade easy pumpkin puree! You can, of course, use any shop bought canned pumpkin puree for all of these tasty treats.
Here is how to make easy pumpkin spice syrup made with real pumpkin and nicely spiced with chai tea rather than the usual spices. Use this marvelously sweet and spicy simple syrup to add a touch of autumn to all of your tea time recipes. Add to tea lattes (or coffee lattes) for a little Starbucks style! Drizzle over cakes, pastries or candied pies. Add to waffles, pancakes or cinnamon-y French toast. And don’t forget to make extra so that you can gift it to your friends and family! This syrup recipe makes for a great gift idea so that everyone can enjoy all things pumpkin spice.
Try making these iced pumpkin spice lattes made with real pumpkin and infused with spicy masala chai tea. Use maple syrup to sweeten which also adds a lovely smokiness to them. Just like a hot recipe but way more refreshing! If you love refreshing tea recipes, you may love these 10 refreshing tea drink recipes for summer.
Here is an amazingly fabulous recipe for making chocolate chip pumpkin bread with a masala chai icing on top. This loaf cake is lightly spiced so that the aromatic flavours of the chai tea topping really come through. Making this pumpkin bread is super easy to whip up using just one bowl and one loaf tin, which makes it easy on the clean up too. Serve with lots of tea, I highly recommend serving with these coconut chai lattes.
Using frozen masala chai is a great addition to scrumptious smoothies just like this pumpkin spice smoothie recipe. Made with creamy lattes, real pumpkin, smokey maple syrup and topped with whipped cream. Add a drizzle of homemade pumpkin syrup for extra indulgence. If you love the idea of using frozen milky chai in smoothies, you may also love this dessert recipe for making easy smoothie bowls in a food processor. This chunky monkey style smoothie bowl is made with bananas, chocolate chips and chopped walnuts.
Making these warming, soothing pumpkin spice lattes will have your house smelling just like fall. Using masala chai in lattes is a great alternative to using coffee. Tea lattes, plainly put, are teas with milk and are remarkably simple to make at home. To make a tea latte, you will need strong tea, a sweetener of choice and milk of choice. You can add flavourings, and make them either iced or hot. Top with whipped cream, drizzle with syrups, dust with cocoa or spices. There are plentiful ways to make tasty tea lattes.
Try pairing delightful tea lattes with these pumpkin spice crumble top muffins. These moorish muffins are infused with fragrant masala chai tea. These little cakes are a firm favourite in our house especially when topped with a drizzle of sweet icing and a sprinkle of crunchy pumpkin seeds.
Yummy pumpkin spice scones are also a firm favourite in our house. These American style triangle scones are made with mixed dried fruit, real pumpkin puree and light pumpkin spices. I love adding a drizzle of sweet aromatic chai tea infused icing over the top, with a sprinkling of pumpkin seeds for added crunch. Pair with a hot cuppa, or make a batch of these apple chai hot toddies. This hot tea toddy recipe is great for when friends are over.
For something a little healthier, try making these gluten free, dairy free and low sugar paleo soft pumpkin cookies made with a delicious maple glaze. Pair these naturally sweetened treats with a healthy golden moon milk, or for something more refreshing try making an iced matcha latte layered with strawberries and rose. If you like healthier naturally sweetened afternoon treats, you may also love to try these recipes:
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