Chocolate Tea Latte - the perfect afternoon treat!
Treat your kids (& yourself) to a yummy Sour Cherry Chocolate Tea Latte to satisfy a mid-afternoon sweet-tooth craving. There are many options for chocolate non-dairy milk available at the grocery store or you can easily make your own as you’ll see below (which is also sugar-free!)
We combined the irresistible taste of our very popular Sour Cherry green tea, infused with Japanese sakura cherry essence, with chocolate oat milk in the recipe below. Other teas that will also get a thumbs-up from your family include: Chocolate Hug, Herbal Chai, Westcoast Peppermint or Angelwater Tea.
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SOUR CHERRY CHOCOLATE TEA LATTEINGREDIENTS
1 teaspoon (or 1 teabag) Sour Cherry green tea
1 cup boiling water
1 cup chocolate oat milk or other non-dairy milk
Or, to make homemade chocolate milk you will need:
1 cup plain non-dairy milk
1–1½ teaspoon unsweetened cocoa powder
1. Brew Sour Cherry tea double strength: bring 1 cup of water to a full rolling boil, & pour over 1 teaspoon of tea. Steep 3 minutes, then strain.
2. While tea is steeping, add chocolate milk to small saucepan & bring to a simmer on medium-low heat. If you have a milk frother you can use it while warming up milk.
To make homemade chocolate milk: heat plain milk on stove top, add cocoa powder & whisk until fully mixed.
3. Combine equal parts brewed tea & warm chocolate milk in a mug. Fancy latte art optional :)
Why not get creative with garnishes too? Try cinnamon, chocolate shavings...