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Coconut Oil and Butter Chai Latte

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Coconut oil + butter chai latte is a creamy beverage, full of healthy and satisfying fats!
So. I think (?) we’re ready for a baby! I mean, are we ready? Probably not. But are we ready to do this? YES! I’m so excited to meet this little baby – possibly later this month! One thing I’m trying to spend more time doing in the next few weeks is taking time for myself. Not on my laptop, not working out. More like drinking tea and reading.

I made the mistake of subscribing to The New Yorker, which now means I feel guilty when I don’t get to it every week. What was I thinking?! I’m also trying to finish up a few parenting books and then you know, read a few books for myself too! When I do get a chance to slow things down, it feels utterly luxurious to make a cup of coffee or tea on the weekend and sit down with a book. And right now, I’m all about savoring the little things in life. 🙂

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Coconut Oil + Butter Chai Latte

  • Author: Emily Dingmann
  • Prep Time: 5 mins
  • Total Time: 5 mins
  • Yield: 2 servings 1x
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  • 4 chai tea bags
  • 1 Tbsp coconut oil
  • 1 Tbsp grass-fed butter


  1. Brew tea as directed.
  2. Blend tea, oil, butter and stevia until frothy.

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  1. Amanda

    We get the New Yorker (in print and on the kindle) every week and I swear it was the best nursing companion — it’s light enough to hold in one hand and read while the baby eats! Of course for the first couple weeks you’ll need to help them latch and get a comfy position, but once you’re in a groove, they’ll probably do their thing and you’ll be looking for some Netflix or some reading material. My gal would take almost an hour to do one feeding, so I could read at least one article in the New Yorker (if not two)! Oh, and bulletproof chai sounds amazing 🙂

    • Emily

      I have to try that. I’m not sure my brain has been ready to handle The New Yorker articles in the middle of the night, but during the day, yes! 🙂

  2. Taryn

    I’m definitely most interested in using Zing in my plain ole’ coffee! I don’t drink many liquids beyond water, and love tea as it is–herbal and unsweetened. That leaves my daily cup of joe, which I always take sweetened!

  3. Kristin Thomas

    wow! this bullet proof chai tea looks amazing! This is what I want to try making with ZING!! I am not a coffee liker but I LOVE chai tea! Can’t wait to make this!

  4. Natalie

    I would first mix Zing Zero Calorie Stevia Sweetener to my morning apple spice tea. It would also go very well in my hot chocolate for a sweeter, lower calorie option. I am looking for a sweetener without an aftertaste.

  5. Natalie

    I am really excited mix Zing Zero Calorie Stevia Sweetener to my morning apple spice tea. It would also go very well in my hot chocolate for a sweeter, lower calorie option.

  6. Julie Wood

    I am excited to add Zing™ Zero Calorie Stevia Sweetener to my Hot Coffee Latte! I would rather try this than use regular sugar!

  7. Gina M

    I am excited to try it in my morning cup of coffee! Thanks for the chance to win.

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  8. Mary Frances

    Wow, your Chai Latte sounds absolutely delicious! I’m always looking for new ways to make food both delicious and healthy, so I appreciate how you used stevia as an alternative to sugar. Thanks for sharing!

  9. Margaret Smith

    I’d like to use this Stevia Sweetener in my hot tea that I drink daily and also in ice tea which I sometimes drink.

  10. Debbi Wellenstein

    I would like to add Zing Zero Calorie Stevia Sweetener to my iced coffee for a refreshing summertime drink.

  11. Chi Shannon

    I can’t wait to use this on my coffee 🙂 Being diabetic, I have to look for sugar alternatives and some just don’t do the job! So this would be great to try out 🙂

  12. Rosie

    I’d love to Zing my smoothie – I’ve started experimenting with different ingredients and always want to notch up the sweetness a little – Zing would be sooo perfect to add to the fruit, juice and other yummy add ins!

  13. April V.

    This would be great in my morning coffee, the iced tea I have with lunch and those late afternoon pick-me-up iced coffees.

  14. Linda G.

    I would like to try it in my hot tea and also my iced tea. I would really like to win this gift card, thank you for the chance.

  15. PuffyBiggler

    I am most excited to mix Zing™ Zero Calorie Stevia Sweetener into my iced tea first. Thanks for the giveaway!

  16. Greg from Omega PowerCreamer

    This is a great simple recipe!

    If you want to explore making it even more simple, you could try The PowerCreamer.

    The PowerCreamer combines the Grass fed Butter and Coconut Oil, and also adds in some MCT Oil. It would be super easy!

    Keep these cool recipes coming