Earl Grey Tea Cake
I can’t get enough of
Earl Grey in baked goods right now… so have another delicious bergamot-infused recipe!
If you’re planning to celebrate the new year with a glass of bubbly, why not add a little tea to the mix?
Earl Grey Shortbread Cookies
Source: Food Network
Makes 2 dozen cookies
Another cookie that’s perfect for holiday baking needs, although they’re really good any time of the year
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Spiced Tea Cranberry Sauce
Makes 6 cups
I can’t believe it’s already Thanksgiving! If you’re looking for a little something special to push your feast to the next level, why not give this cranberry sauce a try?
Source: Kaleisia Tea Lounge
I recently acquired a book titled
Tea Cuisine: A New Approach to Flavoring Contemporary and Traditional Dishes by Joanna Pruess. It obviously includes a variety of recipes but also covers some general tea knowledge and history. One of the little bonuses comes from contributor John Harney of Harney & Sons Fine Teas fame. He has compiled a list of teas that pair well with certain types of foods. The theory is that, just like wines, teas can bring out that extra special something in your dishes.
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Chocolate Earl Grey Cake
Source: Real Simple
A tasty chocolate cake infused with the zing of Earl Grey.
Earl Grey Cupcakes with Citrus Swiss Meringue Buttercream
Makes about 1 dozen cupcakes.
Citrus flavors go wonderfully with
Earl Grey tea and the combination makes for quite a delicious sounding confection!
Source: Shortbread Witch Finger Cookies (no Earl Grey added)
The Earl Grey’s Fingers (Shortbread Cookies)
Source: Le Petit Brioche (with a couple alterations!)
I’ve combined Le Petit Brioche’s recipe for witch finger cookies with loose leaf Earl Grey tea to make a spooky treat for a Halloween tea party!