Almond Rose Chai Tea Latte (Vegan)
This Vegan Almond Rose Chai Tea Latte sweetened with only maple syrup is genuinely one of the tastiest things I have ever created. It is SO good. The hints of almond, rose, and maple paired with traditional chai spice flavors like cinnamon and cardamom truly makes for one ridiculously delicious, healthy, and comforting beverage! It’s a wee bit on the enchanting side and despite the caffeine, it is super soothing and borders on being more of a moon milk (in my humble opinion)!
…and if you aren’t yet familiar with the magical and wonderful properties of rose petals…
Rose petals are:
filled with antioxidants
filled with stress reducing and heart opening effects
a source of vitamin C, A, and E
As you can see, they are not only beautiful but GOOD for you as well!
The addition of almond butter in this recipe is what gives it depth, adds a bit of earthiness and protein-power AND make it super creamy, frothy and nourishing.
And, if you’re in the mood to try a new loose leaf chai tea, my favorite chai tea is from Mother’s Kitchen Essentials and they gave me an exclusive 10% off coupon code for you to use: ‘moonspoonyum’. This organic chai tea blend has a super delicious balance of spices!
This Vegan Almond Rose Chai Tea Latte is:
comforting and nourishing
magical and enchanting
soul soothing and heart healing
filled with antioxidants, vitamins, nutrients, protein and anti-inflammatory benefits
quick and easy to make
vegan & gluten-free
perfect to share with a loved one
reminiscent of a moon milk
I’ve now made this several times as I was blow away by the flavor combo (and the effects that I felt!). If you are looking for an enchanting brew to try, look no further. This magical elixir will soothe you inside and out & more. Enjoy. xo.
- 2 cups unsweetened almond milk (with or without vanilla)
- 1 tablespoon loose leaf chai tea blend
- 1 teaspoon culinary grade rose petals (+ more as an optional garnish)
- 2 tablespoons creamy almond butter (unsweetened)
- 2 tablespoons maple syrup
- pinch of salt (I like to use rose, sea, or pink himalayan salt)