Ever tried Thai tea? If you haven’t you’re missing out on a lot. Learn how to make this refreshing drink not just one way but in a couple of variations with these Thai tea recipes!
Thai Tea Recipes
With summer almost here, I try to find fun and creative ways to stay refreshed. I find that drinking a cool drink helps in keeping me fresh and ready all day. I still grab a smoothie whenever I can, but then I discovered Thai tea. It’s a complete game changer. Think of strongly-brewed black tea that’s sweetened with sugar and condensed milk served cold. Yum right? If you’re ready to grab a glass, these Thai tea recipes I’ve rounded up won’t disappoint!
Refreshing Thai Tea Recipes For Summer
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You’ll have your homemade Thai tea ready in just four easy steps. Check it out here.
2. Thai Coconut Iced Tea
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Cool and refreshing, this drink recipe will surely hit the spot.
3. Thai Iced Tea Mix
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Add a spin to your Thai tea by using cashew milk instead of the usual condensed milk. Get the recipe here.
4. Thai Almond Milk Bubble Tea
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Want something to munch on while drinking? This bubble tea recipe will do the trick!
5. Easy Milky Thai Iced Tea
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If you don’t have a lot of time to brew, you’ll appreciate this easy Thai iced tea recipe.
6. 3-Ingredient Thai Iced Tea
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Everyone loves a recipe that needs just a handful of ingredients. See what these three ingredients are here.
7. Homemade Thai Iced Tea
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I just love seeing the color change from black to creamy. Get the recipe here.
8. Low Sugar Thai Iced Tea
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Watching your sugar intake? This recipe will allow you to enjoy a delicious Thai iced tea without the guilt. See it here.
9. Vegan Thai Iced Tea
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A little tweak and vegans can also enjoy this refreshing and creamy tea. See how here.
10. Thai Tea Ice with Sweet Milk
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You regular Thai iced tea turned into a refreshing dessert. Check it out here.
11. Thai Iced Tea Float
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Make your Thai iced tea taste even better by turning it into an iced tea float. Get the recipe here.
Want to see how you can turn that Thai iced tea into ice cream? Then watch this video tutorial from Pailin’s Kitchen:
Don’t they look delicious? Which one are you going to try? Let us know below in the comments!
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