Chai Ice Cream Syrup, the perfect homemade gift from your kitchen. Cooking or baking is not required for this delightfully flavored ice cream topping.
Indulge in the Rich, Spicy Flavors of Chai Ice Cream Syrup
Give the gift of delicious, homemade ice cream topping with this easy-to-make Chai Ice Cream Syrup. No cooking or baking skills are needed to enjoy this tasty treat!
Chai Ice Cream Topping is not only the MOST perfect accompaniment for your next bowl of of ice cream, it is also the perfect homemade holiday, birthday, new neighbor, housewarming gift for anyone on your list. This chai ice cream syrup is incredibly yummy, unique and so inexpensive to put together. Pour this syrup on top of a bowl of extra vanilla ice cream and sit back and swoon over the first bite. It’s heaven in a bowl.
When it comes to entertaining, sometimes we don’t always have time to make the perfect dessert. Simple ice cream, with a lovely homemade topping, is easily the perfect end to any meal. I promise you, everyone will love this tasty dessert.
Create a Delicious and Aromatic Chai Ice Cream Syrup with these Simple Ingredients
- sweetened condensed milk – add sweetness and richness
- granulated sugar – adds sweetness
- cardamom – has a warm, spicy aroma used to add depth and complexity
- cinnamon – sweet and warm, flavor that adds depth
- cloves -aromatic with a pungent flavor
- nutmeg – aromatic baking spice that adds drama to this ice cream
GET THE FULL (PRINTABLE) CHAI TEA ICE CREAM SYRUP RECIPE BELOW. ENJOY
Expert Tips for Creating the Perfect Chai Ice Cream Syrup at Home
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- If you’re making this chai syrup for gifting, you can easily double, triple, quadruple etc. this recipe as long as you have a big enough bowl. However, I do recommend making it in a large pouring vessel because it will be easier to pour the finished recipe into jars if you have a pouring spout. Try using a 2-quart measuring cup for the best ease in filling the jars.
- Each recipe will fill one half pint jar with chai ice cream syrup (minus 2 tablespoons (keep that for yourself).
- Keep refrigerated for up to three weeks.
Elevate your Homemade Ice Cream Syrup with these Charming Gift Packaging Options
- Fill a half pint jar or other decorative jar (with a lid) with chai ice cream syrup. Tie ribbon around the jar and finish with a bow on top.
- Place a sticker on the jar with the name of the recipe, storage instructions and shelf life.
- Give the jar with a fun set of ice cream bowls and the best ice cream scoop, sprinkles and nuts for the ultimate family gift.
- Wrap the whole gift in cellophane.
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From classic chocolate and vanilla to more unique options like mint chocolate chip and cookie dough, there’s something for every ice cream enthusiast on this list.
- Vanilla…Try with this Chai Ice Cream Syrup
- Cookies N’Cream
- Mint Chocolate Chip
- Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough
- Butter Pecan
- Cookie Dough
- Moose Tracks
Discover the Aromatic and Comforting Flavors of Chai
Chai is the Hindi word for tea. So, when we ask for chai tea, we are actually being redundant by saying, tea-tea. The term “chai” is actually the shortened version of the word “masala chai” which translates to “spiced tea” in Hindi.
We know Chai as a type of spiced tea that originated in India and has become popular around the world. It is made by brewing black tea with a blend of aromatic spices and herbs, such as cardamom, cinnamon, ginger, and cloves.
The spices used in chai can vary, but they often include a combination of warming and aromatic spices that give the tea its distinctive flavor. Chai is often served with milk and sweetened with sugar or honey. It can be enjoyed hot or iced and is a popular choice for those looking for a flavorful and comforting beverage.
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Chai Ice Cream Syrup
- 1 can (14 oz) sweetened condensed milk
- 1 tsp granulated sugar
- 1 tsp ground cardamom
- 1 tsp ground cinnamon
- 1/2 tsp ground cloves
- 1/2 tsp ground nutmeg
- In a medium-sized pouring vessel, such as a large measuring cup, add sweetened condensed milk, sugar, cardamom, cinnamon, cloves and nutmeg. Mix until combined. Pour into a half pint jar and tightly close the lid. Store in the refrigerator for at least four hours (initially to chill) and up to two to three weeks.
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