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Get Creative with Mrs. Patel's - Chai Spice tea

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Get Creative with Mrs. Patel's - Chai Spice tea

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Mrs. Patel's Milk Water Tea - Chai Spice

"I've been exclusively breastfeeding my daughter Philly for 10 months. I've always used this tea @mrspatels to help me with my milk production. It's been a huge success in my nursing journey and I just want to share this info with other nursing mothers who are having difficulties with producing milk. (No this is no paid advertisement this is an honest review) However, this post is really about how I made this tea lol! I usually drink it hot and with lemon and honey but this time I decided to try something totally different and treat my tea like a coffee I guess. I made my tea cooled it in the refrigerator then added some ice, coconut almond milk, Irish creamer, sugar and some whipped cream!!! (I later put some cinnamon on top of my whipped Cream) and I must say it's delicious!!!! It tastes like a Starbucks latte or something." Reposting @singericamendez

HOW TO PREPARE:

  • Make Chai Spice Milk Water Tea
  • Cool it in the refrigerator
  • Add some ice
  • Coconut almond milk
  • Irish creamer
  • Sugar
  • Whipped cream
  • Cinnamon on top of whipped Cream
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Melissa
Melissa

May 16, 2019

I love the chai tea! I add a touch of coconut milk. And it’s so delish!

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