Healthy Superfood Boosted Frozen Chai Bliss Latte Recipe
It’s officially time to swap out our hot drinks for cold, refreshing iced drinks. And this healthy Frozen Chai Latte is first up on the list. It’s the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day. Plus, it’s made with healthy ingredients and loaded with antioxidants and superfoods so you can sip guilt-free!
If you usually reach for an iced coffee to help you through the afternoon slump, this is a great alternative. This delightful drink is made using Earth Echo’s Chai Bliss, which is a classic blend of chai spices and natural nootropics like L-theanine, lion’s mane mushrooms, and zinc. It’s an excellent pick-me-up to help boost your brain energy and focus, helping you keep up with all the fun demands of your summer schedule without the caffeine jitters and inevitable crash. *
Healthy Frozen Chai Latte
The healthy Frozen Chai Latte recipe below is as simple as it gets, combining almond milk, Chai Bliss, maple syrup, and vanilla extract blended up with ice for a cooling drink to help you beat the summer heat.
You can use any kind of milk or milk alternative you like, of course. You could even add a splash of coffee if you want. Or add a bit of cacao powder or Cacao Bliss for a chocolatey twist.
No matter what you add, it’s super easy to whip up and tastes like a delicious milkshake — just without the added guilt! Give the recipe below a try and be prepared to feel as vibrant and energized as the sunny summer weather! *
Frozen Chai Bliss Latte
This Frozen Chai Latte is the perfect way to cool down on a hot summer day and is loaded with antioxidants and natural nootropics to help you enjoy your summer.
- Add almond milk, ice, Chai Bliss, maple syrup, and vanilla in a high speed blender and blend until thick and creamy.
- Divide the frozen latte between two glasses and top each with a dollop of whipped coconut cream and a sprinkle of Chai Bliss. Sip and enjoy!
*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. These products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.