Masala Chai Milky Slushie

Masala chai milky slushie

Slushies are not only for cool weather. In fact, they are just as amazing cold – even icy cold. This simple recipe includes only a few basic masala tea ingredients, and it's very easy to make at home. milky is a great sweet, indulgent and icy cold alternative to ice cream.

Masala chai milky slushie

Ingredients for making Milky Chai Slushie


Basic ingredient to any good masala chai is a fragrant spice mix. While there are many delicious pre-made chai blends, nothing is better than making your own mix from a scratch.

This recipe is made with cloves, cardamom, mace blade and cinnamon. All of them, except mace blade, are quite common in making masala tea. Mace blades are outer layers of nutmeg and they are super fragrant. Always use fresh spices and crush them using pestle and mortar.

homemade summer treat

Whenever you are making milky tea, you want to use full fat or even full cream milk that will be able to hold all those flavours together and still offer a rich and full texture. Using whole milk is a must.


Proper chai requires a proper . The most common tea to use is strong broken Assam tea or CTC Asaam tea. CTC and broken leaves will infuse into a much bolder and stronger tea. Tea doesn't need to be expensive. In fact, chai is rarely made with super high-quality tea. However, it has to be fragrant. Use tea leaves that are fresh because it will have a tremendous impact on the flavour.


You'll need lots of ice. Although there are many ways of making slushies at home, this is by far the easiest one. It may not be a classic recipe as it doesn't require any special steps or freezing. However, most importantly, it has a slushie texture.

Masala chai dessert

Homemade Masala Chai Milky Slushie

Super aromatic and easy to make summer recipe
Prep Time10 minutes
Cook Time10 minutes
Course: Drinks
Keyword: Black Tea, Chai, Sluhie,
Servings: 1


  • Blender
  • saucepan
  • Serving glass


  • Gather all spices and crush them using a pestle and mortar.
  • Add spices into a small, preheated saucepan and heat them over low heat until fragrant. This will take less than a minute.
  • Add water and tea leaves, increase the heat to medium and bring it to a boil.
  • Add milk and bring it to a boil again, then reduce to low, add sugar and simmer for 5 minutes.
  • Strain the tea into a cup. Let it cool for 5-10 minutes.
  • Add ice, tea and ice into a blender and blend for a minute or until fully blended.
  • Pour into a serving glass and serve immediately.
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