We’re officially in the dog days of summer here in Wisconsin. While our temperature gauges don’t necessarily get as high as some other places on the globe, the humidity is enough to make the sleekest of hairs frizz up and the enough to challenge even the best deodorants. That being said, hot coffee (unless enjoyed directly in front of the air conditioning) makes me cringe! If I drink coffee lately, it’s in iced form with ice cubes aplenty and all the different variations of iced coffee you can think of. Currently though? Iced chai lattes are my jam.
Let me share with you the one I’ve been mixing up most frequently lately!
This recipe will make a single-serving of iced chai latte. You can easily double, triple, etc. if you’re making for multiple friends or family members.
1. 5 tablespoons of chai tea concentrate
2. 1 cup of milk
3. 1/2 teaspoon of cinnamon
4. 1 tablespoon of honey
1. Stir all of the above ingredients together.
2. Pour over ice cubes and enjoy!
Pair with Quaker Real Medley’s Yogurt Cups. These delicious shelf-stable yogurt cups come in a variety flavors including Apple Cinnamon, Raspberry Pecan, and Strawberry Almond. I found mine at Walmart in the cereal aisle!
When whipping up your Quaker Real Medley’s Yogurt Cups, all you have to do is add cold skim milk and stir! The yogurt activates with the cool milk and boasts 25 grams of whole grains and 10 grams of protein when mixed with 1/2 cup of skim milk. Can you say crunchy.cool.yum? Ridiculously good for breakfast, or any meal!
Now I hope you can kick back and relax and enjoy your iced chai latte with an inspirational magazine or something of the like. Or if you’re like me I hope it just helps you relax on your sometimes stressful two-lane highway commute to work! It’s all in how you look at it, isn’t it?
Looking for some more easy breakfast ideas utilizing your Quaker Real Medley’s Yogurt Cups? Download the Blippar app from your Apple or Android store to scan your package and receive informational tutorials! I love it!
What does your ideal breakfast look like?
Do you eat it at home or on-the-go?