Well. Sometimes we want some other things for breakfast like avocado toasts, or just fruits, or scrambled eggs (which is not really my case, but some people do). But at this time of the year – which is a Fall Season – is just best to have a nice warm bowl of delicious oatmeal. Right?
Did you know that oatmeal is a warm food? Like actual food that can warm you up? And that doesn’t only mean like warm oatmeal. It means oatmeal in general. And an extra thing to warm you up is Cinnamon. And this Chai Latte Oatmeal is full of delicious things that can warm you up. Starting with Oatmeal and Cinnamon and as a bonus, the Chai contains lots of herbs that are also very warm. Like cinnamon, cardamon … I don’t really know all of them. But a mix of all of these herbs and spices makes the actual Chai Tea.
So that means that one bowl of this delicious Chai Latte Oatmeal is a perfect breakfast for this time of the year. It’s perfect for a Fall Season. Or even in winter.
I like oatmeal especially when it’s cold outside. And I can honestly tell that this one definitely warmed me up.
Chai Latte OatmealPrint Recipe
- 1/2 cup Quick Oats
- 1 sachet of Chai Tea
- 1/2 cup Soy Milk
- 1 Tbsp. Honey
- pinch of Cinnamon
Simply make one cup of the Chai Tea by adding the tea sachet into a boiled water. Let it sit for 3-4 minutes.
Add the quick oats into a small pot over medium heat. Pour the chai tea into it with a half cup of soy milk. Let it cook for a few minutes until the mixture thickens a little bit (But not too much. You wanna the texture to be creamy and silky). Add a pinch of cinnamon and stir constantly.
Serve into a bowl and sprinkle with more cinnamon for the extra flavor.
Enjoy with a cup of your favorite coffee.
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Heya, I’m Norah! The foodie editor here at YummyTasteFood! I love absolutely everything to do with food, baking, and eating! I earned my stripes in the hospitality industry as a pastry chef, sous chef, and barista.
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