Sugar Free Chai Tea Smoothies #HamiltonBeach


Chai tea is one of my favorite indulgences. It’s aromatic taste is warm and inviting. However, in the summer, it is almost too hot for such a nice drink that I made this Chai Tea Smoothie to be able to enjoy my favorite drink all year long. It is made from my own Chai Tea Concentrate that is sugar free as well as some simple ingredients. It is sweetened with stevia extract. If you have never used stevia, it is a naturally derived sweetner that is very potent. A little pinch is all you need.

chai tea smoothies

Because I wanted to keep this 100% homemade, I made my own whipped cream for it. I was lucky enough to be sent a SoftScrape 6 Speed Hand mixer from Hamilton Beach recently to try out and it seemed fitting to use it to make the cream for this recipe. The SoftScrape hand mixer was such a wonderful addition to my kitchen and I personally think it would make a great gift for Mother’s day or really anyone who has a passion to cook.

The Hamilton Beach SoftScrape 6 Speed Hand mixer is not like other hand mixers I have used in the past. It features a bowl rest that allows me to just place it in the bowl I am working with. I found this to be the best feature of it. It was really handy when I was making this whipped cream. The hand mixer has several attachments and fits in the base for easy storage. I was able to make the whipped cream in just a few minutes and it tasted better than any I had ever had.

Hamilton Beach SoftScrape


sugar free chai tea smoothie


Sugar Free Chai Tea Smoothies


The recipe for Chai Tea Concentrate can be found here.


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Sugar Free Chai Tea Smoothies
Recipe type: Beverages
  • 1¼ Cup Chai Tea Concentrate (my recipe or your own)
  • 1 Cup lightly whipped Cream
  • ½ Cup Whipping Cream
  • 2 Pinches of Pure Stevia Extract
  • 1 Tsp Vanilla
  • 8 Ice Cubes
  • Cinnamon to garnish
  1. Add the Chai Tea Concentrate, Ice Cubes and 1 Pinch of Stevia to a high powered blender and crush.
  2. In a separate bowl, take 1 Cup of cream and lightly whip it with your Hamilton Beach Hand Mixer until thickened. Add this to the blender and continue to blend.
  3. Drop in the vanilla extract and blend.
  4. In a bowl, whip together 1 pinch of stevia extract and ½ Cup whipping cream to form stiff peaks.
  5. Pour the smoothie into a glass, top with whipped cream and garnish with a sprinkling of cinnamon.



About Christine

Christine is a 30-something married mother of a teen daughter and a teen stepdaughter. A Montana native, living in Washington state, she enjoys the outdoors, hiking and camping, reading, and cooking. Her blog, Saved by Grace, was started in 2011 out of boredom and led to a passion for writing and sharing her tips for green living as well as frugal living, recipes, natural living and DIY's. She also blogs with her husband at


  1. The first thing I would make is cookies. Then after that I would make some dough. The “goldilocks” temperatures right now really allow the dough to rise well just sitting on the counter.

  2. Darlene Carbajal says:

    First thing I’d make would be cupcakes!

  3. Mary Beth Elderton says:

    I would use this to make cinnamon oatmeal cookies every week for Hubz’ lunch.

  4. The first thing I’d make would be sugar cookies decorated for summer.

  5. I would make some cookies with my kiddos

  6. D Schmidt says:

    One of the first things I would make would be a lemon pound cake

  7. Lisa Brown says:

    i will use it to make cookie dough; be great for the holiday season when i am baking a lot.

  8. Julie Wood says:

    I want to use this to make my delicious Chocolate Chip cookies.

  9. steven weber says:

    I would probably make some blueberry muffins.

  10. i would make some sort of smoothie!:) maybe a chocolate banana drink
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  11. Rebecca Parsons says:

    I plan to use the mixer for baking, dips, and sauces.

  12. Lilyana Cruz says:

    I would use this to make chocoflan!

  13. Maria B says:

    I would use it to help me with baking.

  14. Carissa Joslyn says:

    To make healthier choices for my kids and I! Sadly we buy a lot of frozen stuff, along with berries and veggies, but I would love to make my own stuff. I don’t have a mixer, blender, or anything so I can’t do too much!

  15. Holy Yummy, Batman! Chai Lattes are my fave so this is like a dream come true. I’m SO Pinning this and making it!
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    • Christine says:

      Thanks Leigh Anne! I am over here blushing! Chai tea is one of my absolute favorites as well! Thanks for stopping by!

  16. oh my, this looks super fantabulous – thanks for sharing it with us at the #WWDParty!
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  17. Umm yum!! I have just only recently discovered that I am in love with chai tea! Thanks for linking up to Tips and Tricks
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  18. Oh yum! Pinning.
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  19. I LOVE chai tea and this smoothie looks so refreshing!
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  20. Mmm this looks so good! Thank you for linking up to Project Inspire{d}…featuring your delicious recipe tonight!
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