Bulletproof Chai

Bulletproof chai


Don’t drink coffee? Try bulletproof chai!

Or even if you do drink coffee you should try it. A few month ago I discovered bulletproof coffee and it is amazing! If you haven’t tried it, checkout my version of the recipe here. But lately I have decided to temporally give up coffee (I do this once a year or so, because my caffeine tolerance gets so high I end up drinking a LOT). So I decided to try making my “bulletproof chai” instead of regular tea. Success! Ding, ding, ding!!!!! It is rich, creamy and delicious and gives coffee a run for it’s money. Plus, unlike many creamy chai lattes you get at the coffee shop, bulletproof chai is not filled with additives or sugars. Just real, wholesome ingredients that are a great way to start (or boost) you day!

Bulletproof Chai

One cup of organic chai tea brewed as usual 

1 TBSP organic coconut oil

1 TBSP of grassfed butter or ghee

1TBSP of raw cream or coconut milk

Put all ingredients in a blender and blend for 30 seconds. Pour and drink. Simple right?If you try bulletproof chai, please come back and let me know in the comments! I want to know how you like it!


If you enjoyed this bulletproof chai recipe you may also enjoy:

Butter Coffee

Bulletproof coffee

Bulletproof coffee gummies

Dairy Free Choco-Latte



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