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Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte

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Silk Vanilla Soy Milk is the base for this rich soy chai tea latte made with just two easy ingredients.   This latte rivals those made in a coffee house and it’s much healthier for you.  All you need to make the latte is  is Vanilla Soy Milk and a chai tea bag or homemade chai tea concentrate.

Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels  #recipe

I have been wanting to try cooking with soy milk for a while.  I’ve never actually tasted it or cooked with it, but I kept thinking that chocolate or vanilla soy milk would just be fun to substitute in a few recipes for a different flavor.  Of course, many of my friends drink soy milk out of necessity, too and I’d love to have a few recipes for them. I finally had the opportunity to give soy milk a try and created what has become one of my favorite winter beverages.

Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels  #recipe

I had a lot of fun recipes in mind to try, but after tasting the Silk Vanilla Soy milk, I knew what I wanted to make with it – vanilla soy chai tea latte.  The flavor of the vanilla soy milk was so rich and creamy that I knew it would be the perfect base for a chai tea.  Plus, Silk has a great new soy iced latte and a tea option would be nice for non-coffee drinkers.

Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels #recipe

This was probably the best chai tea latte I’ve ever had and it took about 5 minutes to make at a fraction of the coffee house prices.  I used a chai tea bag because I was out of my homemade chai tea concentrate.  The latte was unbelievably creamy and the vanilla made the tea even more flavorful.  Next time I need an afternoon treat,  I’m making a big batch of cinnamon chip scones and some of this chai tea latte.

Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels  #recipe

Aside from the amazing taste of the Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte, it turns out that soy milk also has some seriously amazing health benefits.  I did some research and discovered that soy milk is actually very low in saturated fat.  Soy milk also provides as much calcium as milk and 6 grams of soy protein.  Silk is also a natural source of omega-3s and protective antioxidants, is very low in saturated fat and is 100% cholesterol-free.


Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels  #recipe

Most importantly to me, is that Silk Soy milk is Non-GMO verified. W hat does  the“Non-GMO Project Verified seal” mean? Not genetically modified. The verification seal indicates that the product bearing the seal has gone through our verification process. Our verification is an assurance that a product has been produced according to consensus-based best practices for GMO avoidance.  I try to avoid as much GMO food as I can and I applaud food companies who have taken the time and expense to become Non-GMO verified.

Silk Vanilla Soy Chai Tea Latte Recipe from Growing Up Gabel @thegabels #recipe


Two easy ingredients: Silk Vanilla Soy Milk and either a chai tea bag or homemade chai tea concentrate will get you the most delicious, and probably one of the healthiest, chai tea lattes you’ve ever had!


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  • Casey Russell
    February 18, 2013

    Found you from the Grant Life link up. A no-water chai is my favorite coffee house drink. I’m definitely going to have to try this version at home!

    • Camille
      February 18, 2013

      Thanks for stopping by Casy! I hope you enjoy it.

  • BinomialBaker
    February 17, 2013

    I love soy milk and this sounds really tasty! Thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday!

  • Miz Helen
    February 16, 2013

    Hi Camille,
    What a great Latte, looks delicious! Hope you are having a great Valentine weekend and thank you so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday.
    Come Back Soon!
    Miz Helen

  • Marlys
    February 15, 2013

    I love anything Chai and Chai tea is my favorite tea to drink.. I usually put some Vanilla flavored syrup and milk in mine… I did make a Chai mocha with homemade chocolate… YUMMY. thanks for sharing on Foodie Friends Friday and remember to come back and vote on Sunday.

  • Jeni
    February 14, 2013

    Yummy! I love Chai Lattes!

  • Emily
    February 12, 2013

    This looks great! Thanks for the idea! I’m also going to check out your homemade chai concentrate. Glad I found you at Creatively Tuesdays!

    • Camille
      February 13, 2013

      Thanks for stopping by, Emily! I love that concentrate.

  • Heidi
    February 12, 2013

    This looks yummy! I have never made my own chai tea latte but a lot of my friends like them, thanks so much!

  • Leslie K
    February 12, 2013

    Yum this looks so good 🙂 I like to make London Fogs (milk, usually coconut for me, earl grey tea with vanilla). Thanks so much for sharing!

    • Camille
      February 12, 2013

      Oh that sounds delicious! I’ll have to try it.

  • Crissy
    February 10, 2013

    Yum, this looks so easy and very tasty. I love soy milk or almond milk over regular milk any day. Defiantly going to give this a try 🙂