Oh My, It’s Chai: A Chai Tea Ombre Popsicles Recipe for Fall

Chai Tea Ombre Popsicles Recipe for Fall

Lately, I’ve bene drinking chai lattes like it’s my job. I think its all the spices…it just smells and tastes like fall and the holidays. You know? And since it’s been a while since my last popsicle recipe, I thought it would be fun to turn my favorite fall drink into popsicles.

I tried a few different recipe options (coconut milk, cream, etc) and finally landed on the perfect combo. Chai and ice cream! Aside from the ice cream part though, I think a lot of the reason why it’s so good has something to do with the chai I used. And what chai might that be?

I partnered with Brooklyn company, Dona Chai, to make these bad boys and their chai tea concentrate is seriously the best I’ve ever had. Not to mention, they have amazing packaging. So, it looks like I’m hooked at this point and you might be too. If you don’t know about Dona Chai already it’s a (super) delicious chai tea concentrate, made with whole spices that are ground fresh and steeped in small batches to ensure consistency and quality. More info here.

And that’s the chai that went into these popsicles! Sounds pretty good right? Here’s the ingredients list…

Yum! Chai tea ombre popsicles recipe for fall

Ingredients: (makes 10-12 popsicles)

– 16 oz Dona Chai chai tea concentrate
– 4 cups of vanilla or french vanilla ice cream

Recipe:

Measure 4 oz of Dona Chai and evenly distribute the concentrate into the bottom of each popsicle mold. *This step isn’t required, but it’s how I was able to achieve the ombre look you see in the photos, so I thought I would mention it.

Then, measure out your ice cream and allow it to soften at room temperature for 10-15 minutes. You want it to be soft / melty enough to go into the popsicle molds without any trouble. Then in a large bowl, mix the ice cream together with remaining 12 oz of Dona Chai.

Pour the ice cream chai mixture into individual popsicle molds and freeze for 45 minutes. Then, remove from the freezer and insert popsicle sticks. Put back in the freezer for 4-6 hours or until completely frozen.

Once the popsicles are ready to eat, you can easily pop them out of the popsicle molds by running them under warm water for 30-60 seconds to loosen them up.

Try this unique chai tea popsicle recipe for Thanksgiving or a random Tuesday. It's so good. Click through for the recipe.

Recipe for chai tea (ombre) ice cream pops. Yum!

You should totally try these for Thanksgiving (or even Christmas). Definitely a unique way to serve up some festive treats for the holidays.

P.S. In case you’re curious to try Dona Chai in another way, you can make a chai latte with equal parts Dona Chai and milk (serve hot or cold). Love this stuff! Can you tell that I’m obsessed?!

Chai latte

Recipe for chai tea (ombre) ice cream pops

Photography by Rachel Brewer
Recipe and styling by Brittni Mehlhoff

Are you a chai tea drinker? Think you’ll give this popsicle recipe a try?

This post is in partnership with Dona Chai. Thank you for supporting the brands that help keep Paper & Stitch running.

11 comments | Click here to reply

That’s a wonderfully easy and delicious sounding recipe, I’ll have to get some Chai tea now!
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Michelle

Total chai lover over here! And this looks fantastic. I would cave in too if I found such pretty packaging for chai. Gorgeous!
– X MARLOES

Marloes

YES! I love chai and this looks like such a different and fun way to treat yourself! So good! Great post! XO -Kim
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Kim

These popsicles look delicious!

Paige
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Paige

Thanks Paige.

Brittni

Oh my these look good!!

♥ Heather

Heather | Gold Dipped Chaos

These popsicles look so delicious! I love that they are made with ice cream because it will probably make them extra creamy. Thanks for sharign!

-Helen
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Helen

oh my goodness… these look amazing. I too have been overloading on the chai this fall!

Sara Albers

Imagine if we actually could drink chai lattes as a job though…!

I’m the exact same as you when it comes to anything chai flavoured. I think I can officially call myself an addict! I never though of this idea before though, it’s genius.

Bethany | Curly and Wordy

Bethany Austin

Great recipe but saying “chai tea” is essentially saying “tea tea” 🙂
http://www.quickanddirtytips.com/education/grammar/chai-tea-redundant

Jyoti Raval

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