Chai Milk Tea Popsicles

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Chai Milk Tea Popsicles are delicious creamsicles made with Masala Chai Organic Black Tea, coconut milk and a little drizzle of honey for a dairy-free, no refined sugar free summer treat.

When summer’s heat is in full force, there is nothing like enjoying a sweet tea popsicle in the shade. These healthy ice pops are super creamy and feel a little decadent. Black tea from India is blended masterfully with the vibrant spices of cinnamon, ginger root, peppercorn, fennel seed, cardamom and cloves for the perfect chai tea blend. Our Masala Chai Organic Black Tea gives these ice pops the refined intensity of the spices in a cool fun treat.

Do you want to know a secret? These delicious Chia Milk Tea Popsicles are delicious with all our Chai Tea blends.  Be sure to try this tea popsicle recipe with our Poppin Chai Organic Black Tea or our Spicy Chocolate Chai Organic Pu-erh Tea.

If you want to keep these tea popsicles caffeine free for the kids, try this recipe with our Coconut Chai Organic Rooibos Tea. You will be happy to know that this recipe is dairy free too.  

 Chai Milk Tea Popsicles


Serves 6
Prep Time: 5
Steep Time: 30
Chill Time: 6 hours or overnight


  • 2 cans coconut milk (27.32 ounces) – full fat
  • 4 sachets (bags) of Masala Chai Organic Black Tea or 6 teaspoons loose leaf tea
  • 2 tablespoons of honey, maple syrup or sugar alternative of choice (adjust for desired sweetness)
  • 1 teaspoon vanilla extract
  • 1/2 teaspoon dried ground cinnamon (or 1 whole cinnamon stick)
  • Popsicle (ice pop) molds

Chai Milk Tea Popsicles


Place 2 cans of coconut milk in a saucepan and bring to a light simmer. Add honey or sweetener or sugar free alternative of choice to the coconut milk. Next, add the vanilla and ground cinnamon or whole cinnamon stick in the hot coconut milk and stir. Place tea sachet (bags) or loose leaf directly into the hot and steamy coconut milk. Turn off the heat and allow the tea to steep for 30 minutes. Taste test and add more sweetener of choice to get to your desired sweetness level.

Gently squeeze the tea bags and remove and discard. It’s normal for the heated coconut to form a skin on the top. No worries. Next, strain the chai milk tea through a strainer to remove the skin that may have formed and/or any chai loose leaf tea. Allow to cool.

Pour the prepared chai milk tea into the popsicle molds. You should have enough for 8 standard popsicles. If you only have 6 popsicle molds, the leftover chai milk tea is fabulous as a creamer for your iced tea, coffee, or any delicious cocktail or mocktail.

Add the covers to your popsicle molds, sticks and freeze for at least 6 hours of overnight. If you are using homemade popsicles with dixie cups and wooden sticks, be sure to gently cover with aluminum foil and then poke the wooden stick through the aluminum foil to hold the stick in the upright position.


Chai Milk Tea Popsicles

Chai Milk Tea Popsicles can be stored in the freezer for up to 6 to 8 months if you remove them from the popsicles molds and store them in a freezer safe sealed baggie.

The best way to remove popsicles from the mold is to gently run the bottom of the molds under hot water for just 10 seconds at a time or until they gently release.

Feel free to substitute maple syrup, sugar, or sugar alternative of choice and adjust to your preferred sweetness level.

We used full fat canned coconut milk to obtain a super creamy dairy free treat. However, you can also use whole milk, or nut milk of choice. Please Note: The lower the fat level, the more icy and less creamy the popsicle will be.

Hungry for More?

If you enjoyed our tea popsicle recipe, explore our Tea Recipes for more delicious ideas.

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