We need no excuse to dig into a traditional, creamy (and yummy) milk tart. Luckily for us, it’s National Milk Tart Day on 27 February. Get your fix with these…
As the autumn season approaches, we give you 3 ways to turn your ordinary hot chocolate into something magnificent. Sjaan van der Ploeg takes her decadent hot chocolate recipe to…
Make our spicy sweet-potato pancakes this weekend instead of your regular pancakes! They’re loaded with chai spices and covered in syrup and almonds. YUM!
This hot creamy sahlab dates all the way back to the Ottoman Empire, but it’s still renowned today for its flavour and celebrating iftar.
What better way to embrace the autumn season than with white chocolate-coasted pumpkin-spice bites? Pop them in the fridge for an anytime-snack.
Keen to try something new? Or maybe you’re on the lookout for dairy alternatives. Make this chai cashew nut ice cream for a sweet treat!
Skip the hot chocolate for a deliciously sweet and healthier alternative with this date-sweetened chai with coconut milk.
This quick and easy recipe is the perfect way to start your day! And the best part is, these iced chai lattes are super easy to prepare at work in the morning and enjoy all day long.
The next time you sit down for your morning cuppa, perhaps consider spicing it up with the delectable taste, aroma and health benefits of a blend tailored in India.Masala chai, or quite simply chai as it is commonly known, dates back to the early 1900s, and comes with a story as unique as its flavour.
There is nothing quite like a deliciously exotic cup of home-made chai tea. Originating in India, chai is made with a blend of sweet, aromatic spices. Enjoy it steaming hot on a chilly winter’s evening or pour it over ice for a poolside drink that will transport you to shores of India.