Pumpkin Spice Bundlettes With Chai Tea Glaze


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For the glaze. 1/2 cup (57g) powdered sugar; 1 tablespoon strong chai tea; Directions. Preheat oven to 350°F (177ºC). Coat a 12-well mini Bundt cake pan well with cooking spray and set aside. (Use a muffin tin if you don’t have a mini Bundt pan.) In a medium bowl, whisk together the flour, baking soda, pumpkin pie spice, cardamom and salt. 1 tablespoon pumpkin pie spice; 2 teaspoons baking soda; 1/2 teaspoon salt; For the glaze: 1/2 cup melted cacao butter; 1/2 cup coconut sugar; 1/3 cup plus 1 tablespoon almond butter; 2 teaspoons chai spice tea powder; Extra coconut sugar for dusting Directions to make these delicious baked donuts: Preheat the oven to 350 degrees.

I love Tazo Chai tea and have it almost every morning. But the “pumpkin spice” flavors added ring artificial to my palate. They feel scotch-taped onto the genuine chai spices. I foolishly bought three boxes of these for over $8/box, but had two cups so far and I doubt I will brew any more than that.

P.S. Dunkin’ Unveils New Signature Pumpkin Spice Latte As Part Of 2020 Pumpkin Spice Season Menu The 2020 pumpkin spice season arrives early than ever at Dunkin ’, and along with it comes the new Signature Pumpkin Spice Latte, new Chai Latte, fan-favorite Pumpkin Flavored Coffees, bite-sized bakery treats, muffins and more. Mix the icing sugar with enough hot chai tea to reach a pouring consistency. Drizzle the glaze over the cake.

Dust with a little ground cinnamon and serve. Spiced pumpkin puree is first caramelized before being whisked with milk. This is infused with Chai tea and vanilla before being poured into mugs and topped with frothed milk. Hug in a mug.

That’s what this pumpkin spice chai latte is. In a small saucepan over medium-high heat, combine almond milk, chai tea, butter or ghee, coconut butter, pumpkin puree, pumpkin pie spice and. Cinnamon, ginger, cardamon, nutmeg, clove and coriander all come together to create the spicy blend that compliments the pumpkin so perfectly in this pound cake. Reserve a teaspoon of the chai spice mix for the glaze and mix the rest.

In a small mixing bowl, whisk together the cinnamon, ginger, cardamon, nutmeg, clove and coriander. Reserve 1 teaspoon of the chai spice mix for the glaze and whisk the rest into the flour mixture. Gradually add flour mixture to the butter mixture, beating at low. 2 Tbsp pumpkin puree.

1/2 tsp pumpkin pie spice. 1/4 tsp cinnamon. 1/2 tsp v anilla. * Note: As a baker, I am a huge proponent of buying a good vanilla.

I have linked to a vanilla that has been verified as a top contender because of the proven quality of the dept.

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Add the peppermint leaves and shatavari powder.

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  • Nothing better on a cool autumn day than a warm mug of homemade pumpkin spice chai latte made with Torani pumpkin pie syrup! You can get your own bottle from them here: http://bit.ly/2yKRIn4

  • I will definitely be trying the Chai oatmeal today!! I use so many of your recipes in my work day, they are so fast, easy and (importantly) delicious. Thank you for the wonderful ideas. PS you look great:)

  • ¡That baby bump looks soooo cute under that blouse! Since the guessing game has started, I’ll risk myself and I’ll say I think it is a girl, which will be as beautiful and funny as her glowing mummy. That said, I will have to think how to get canned pumpkin puree in Spain. It is soooo difficult to get your everyday ingredients here, and your recipes look sooooo tasty… sigh… And finally, it is so cute to see you laughing so heartily, your hormones seem to make you a little bit more “mischievous”, which I am enjoying a lot, even if I miss half of your puns because I am not native speaker. Thanks God for the commenters, I totally missed that of Rapunzel ������������ Hugs from Spain.

  • Noreen, last year your dry mixes you made were also good. Bet this is good too with Torani syrup.thanks, I’m glad fall is here too. See you next time.

  • Okay so I dunno what I’m doing wrong I can’t get my chai tea latte right instead of tea bags I use a keurig machine microwave the milk add the cinnamon and YET it still taste bad:( nothing like the chai latte at Starbucks

  • Rick! you have to! I take it that Rick does not like pumpkin spice chai latte. I’ll forgive you any way. Ha Ha. It looks yummy. Its fun to here Rick say, If I have to. Blessings to all Carol

  • Such a funny video really really injoyed it thanks a lot, and veryyyyy helpful, I did not know twinges have chai tea, so awesome

  • Just made your Chai inspired Oatmeal! It was delicious!!! Love your channel and blessings to you and your little bundle of Joy♡♡♡
    XOXO Lorraine

  • As a Starbucks barista this is soooo wrong. You need an espresso machine to get your espresso shots ( or you can just purchase espresso shots at any coffee shop) because that’s what makes a latte a… latte. You also need a steamer to make your milk “foamy”… That’s about it. I’m not commenting on this to be mean or sound rude, but it does say ‘Starbucks’ diy pumpkin spice latte, sooo yeah just wanted to point out a few things (:

  • I am obsessed with pumpkin spiced lattes!!! I am soooo trying this recipe!!:) so it would be ok to just use canned pumpkin?:) do I have to still blend the pumpkin and milk in a blender even if I am not using real pumpkin?

  • Ahh the puns were strong in this one, love it! I’m a savoury breakfast person (or let’s be honest, mostly breakfast skipper) BUT I can definitely see myself making these in the late afternoon/ early evening!:) Or late night snack for that matter xD

  • I love your videos!!!! I made this chai latte with you recipe and it turned out awesome 😉
    btw I think I heard you talking Japanese to your mum when your cinnamon stick was sinking in the tea…. Are you japanese?

  • I love the fall too Noreen. I’m such a coffee drinker but I do like a good chai tea and I definitely love pumpkin stuff so putting the two together is genius I’ll try this,does sound good for this time of year.Apple pie chai as well doesn’t sound too bad

  • I’ve been complaining that my chai isn’t strong enough. Noreen, thanks for reminding me that all I have to do is brew it stronger with more bags! Sometimes I wonder about myself. smh

  • Congratulations! You are looking so cute with that little belly LOL I really can’t see you from the back but I’m thinking it’s a boy.

  • So yeah, you live in Japan!! (I was the one who left comment on another video asking whether you live in Japan or not:P) and obviously you speak Japanese too when talking to your mom! Which part of Japan do you live in now? I live in Tsukuba-shi, Ibaraki perfecture, if you know where it is:D

  • Finally someone explained what apple cider is. Those recipes sound and look amazing, I’m definitely gonna try them! And wow, congrats on the baby <3

  • I have a tip for you. instead of using a frother thingy, just heat up the milk in the microwave for about a minute and a half and pour it into a jar, twist on the lid, and shake as vigorously as you can for 5 minutes (as long as a tea bag needs to steep) and then pour your hot, frothy milk into your tea:DDD. trust me. works EVERY time, no fail/mess (unless the lid’s not on tight enough, then you make a mess and burn yourself Y^Y)  when shaking the lid, use a dish  towel, because if it does explode, the towel with get it and you won’t XD

  • And the orange pekoe tea!!! Yes!!! As a Pakistani that’s the only chai we use! Definitely planning to make this recipe of yours!:)

  • oh my god i love your videos!!!:) and the editing was so seamless and flawless <3 i have a youtube channel as well and i would love if u would check it out and leave constructive criticism if you have time <3 

  • I am going to make vegan version of this and surprise my mom for her birthday!! I LOVE OATMEAL IN THE MORNING HAHAHA RIGHT GUYS???????????

  • Looks delicious! Can’t wait to try it myself. I have two questions for you; 1) You are using Pumpkin Pie flavor syrup here, is there a difference between this flavor and their pumpkin spice flavor syrup? 2) I found your old video for making coffee creamer using the caramel flavor syrup and vanilla extract. Did you end up trying other flavors or updating the recipe for coffee creamer? Thank you for all your fabulous recipes and instructions. Love, love your channel! Karen

  • Ok do you have a good peaches n cream oatmeal recipe? I love that flavor but have been unable to recreate on my own without too much sugar & at that point I should just go for the instant which is soooo sweet it makes me sick��

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  • Dear team I would to suggest your company to make monin video for all flavors with a very simple recipe and short explanation like monin studio in London

  • Yes, recipes should say pumpkin and spice bread, or latte, or whatever, not pumpkin spice, that just tells me there are spices in there but if you say pumpkin and spice then I know what is in there.

  • Hi,I am from France and cannot purchase pumpkin purée but I do have pumpkins in my garden so do you have a good pumpkin purée recipe?

  • Hey, I watched this episode last night with my mother and made the chai oatmeal for my breakfast (and my sister’s breakfast) this morning. I added a little more cinnamon and also some coconut chips and roasted almond slivers in addition to the pistachios. Thank you, it was delicious and smelled yummy, too.

  • I can’t help but wonder if your fiance is envious that you’re stealing all his dad jokes with your punning 😉 Also, I’m SUPER here for that apple spice oatmeal!!!

  • The chai latte was just chai tea with cinnamon…. Any way! Here’s a quick tip… Add vanilla creamer and BAM instant vanilla chai! You can thank me later (jk) hope you have a good day!

  • Omg I barely discovered your channel and I fell in love with your videos �� they’re amazing and so are you �� your really creative

  • WOW. I just made the Chai Spice oatmeal using Harney & Son’s Cinnamon spice tea & this oatmeal is to die for! Thank you so much for your creation. I’m ready for colder temps!

  • Good day pretty u r looking amazing even pregnancy my congratulations. Also oatmeal u r preparing in really different way I liket then I’ll do it thank u

  • Ok def making that chai spice oatmeal tomorrow morning. Cardamom is my favorite spice ever! You’re looking so cuuute with the belly! My guess is boy, but I can’t wait till you reveal!

  • had a crummy day, and then seeing that cinnamon stick sink like a titanic had me busting out laughing. thanks so much for that (and the easy recipes.)

  • The latte and pumpkin spice marshmallows! they look delicious! and the video was sooo funny!! love it! BIG THUMBS UP! I just subscribed and liked, mind subscribing back?

  • A baby!!!!! Felicidades from México!!!

    During pregnancy and childbirth, to avoid that bad vibes, women often use and put a red bracelet on their baby, just in case wear one!!!!

  • For the Chai spice oatmeal, instead of using Orange Pekoe tea, I’ve used just Chai tea. The flavor was very different than what I’m used to for Oatmeal. It was pretty good. Also, congrats on being Pregnant.

  • My sister was born on December 31st! She absolutely hated it because people combined her Christmas and birthday gifts together! But surely very memorable!

  • I will definitely be trying the apple pie oatmeal! Minus the cider though, I’m in the UK so its one of those countries where apple cider is alcoholic ��

  • They all look so delicious �� will definitely try all of them ��❤️when the weather cools down a bit here in Kuwait ��☀️ and your puns made this video so much better than it already is������❤️thanks for the recipes☺️��…..and can’t wait till we meet your first little angel �� ����������