Chai Latte Recipe Using Oat Milk Powder

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This Chai Latte is so easy and only requires a handful of spices you’ll likely have in your cupboard anyway, plus it tastes SO much better than store bought Chai mixes. Whether you're a cozy hot latte lover or an iced sensation seeker, this mix has your chai cravings covered. So, gather your mugs and your curiosity, because we're diving into a world of chai that's about to redefine your tea game. 

Chai latte recipe GIF using oat milk powder

Ingredients for the Chai Latte mix (8 servings):

  • 45g of Coconut Sugar - A touch of sweetness to balance the spice symphony.
  • 3 Teaspoons of Ground Cinnamon (7g) - A fragrant hug that warms your soul.
  • 2 Teaspoons of Ground Ginger (4g) - For those who crave a touch of zing! (reduce by half for less spice).
  • 1 Teaspoon of Ground Cardamom (2g) - The exotic note that adds a touch of luxury.
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Ground Cloves (0.5g) - A pinch of cozy and a dash of festive.
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Ground Nutmeg (0.5g) - A sprinkle of nutty warmth.
  • 1/4 Teaspoon of Ground Black Pepper (0.5g) - A hint of gentle heat! (reduce by half for less spice).
  • 160g of Overherd Oat Milk Powder - the secret ingredient for creaminess.


  1. In a bowl,  mix all the ingredients together. 
  2. Once the symphony of spices have combined, transfer the mix into a jar and seal.

For a Hot Chai Latte:

  • Heap 2 tablespoons (~28g) of the mix into 200 ml of strong brewed hot black tea. A milk frother will make your concoction even frothier! 

For an Iced Chai Latte:

  • Use a milk frother to mix 2 tablespoons of the mix into 200 ml of strong brewed black tea (allow to cool first), then add a generous handful of ice cubes. Delish!
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