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Chai Hot Chocolate + I Liked This // 10.07.2015

July 10, 2015

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Two things. 1. Yes, I know my hands and nails are dirty in this shot. Something I realised after I edited the pictures and seriously who can be bothered to do it again? It was the result of cooking and shooting all morning, I don’t regularly roll around with dirty hands. Promise.

2. Like that I snuck in a THIRD recipe this week to my link love post? I sure do. I’ve been drinking the chai hot chocolate everyday on account of the blizzard in Sydney this week, so I thought I would share it with you all. Blizzard may be a bit of an exaggeration, by the way.

Here are the things I liked this week!

 Kara Rosenlund’s #keepculturealive movement on instagram and her beautiful images of Nambian women.

PB and Grape Galette. Could a galette get any better?

Cute thank you printables.

Strawberry Goats Cheese Tarts. More Tarts!

This crazy easy but totally chic framed palm leaf.

I’m gearing up for a productive term. These tools are so amazing!

Pretty sure this bag broke the internet, but I’ll share it anyway!


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Chai Hot Chocolate
Serves 1
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Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
3 min
Total Time
5 min
Prep Time
2 min
Cook Time
3 min
Total Time
5 min
  1. 250mL of your favourite milk
  2. 1 tsp chai tea {or a chai tea bag}
  3. 40g dark chocolate
  1. Place all ingredients in a small pot and heat until simmering and chocolate is melted.
  2. Strain the chai tea or discard to tea bag and serve.
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48 thoughts on “Chai Hot Chocolate + I Liked This // 10.07.2015

  1. Lizzie {Strayed Table}

    I don’t think I need a blizzard to drink that chai hot chocolate. Looks fantastic though, I think the cold is about to be heading my way. So I will keep the chai hot chocolate drinking going for you. can’t wait.

  2. Lucy @ Bake Play Smile

    What a brilliant idea! I’m hands-down a chai tea girl now. I used to love normal black tea but now I’m a complete convert. THIS however is just brilliant!!! Oh and that rope bag – gorgeous! Happy Term 3 xx

  3. Sarah

    This looks absolutely delicious. The weather has been horrible lately (today especially in Melbourne). No judgement here – my hands normally look way worse after I’ve been in the kitchen 🙂

  4. Sarah @She Writes

    Oh, I’ve pinned this recipe. It looks perfect as I am browsing blogs, almost sitting on top of the fire place. I just did a post on Winter Warming recipes. This one might find its way into take 2! Thanks for sharing.

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  7. Isabel

    Everyone is commenting on the Chai and it DOES look amazing but as there isn’t much Chai going around in China, I want to comment on that DIY bag made out of cotton rope and coloured thread…amazing! I am totally going to give that a go when I have a sewing machine and my Mum at hand to assist. Thanks Erin!

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  9. Jacque

    I am normally not a huge fan of chai but add some chocolate to it and it’s sounding pretty darn good to me. I’ll have to try this sometime soon!

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