by Emeric Harney December 03, 2020 6 min read 2 Comments
There’s been a lot of baking going on in 2020 with everyone home and spending more time in the kitchen (plus looking for ways to keep the kiddos occupied!). If baking banana bread has lost its appeel, or if you’re just looking for something new to bake this holiday season, we’ve got five recipes for you to try out -- and they all incorporate tea as an ingredient. That’s right, we’re baking with tea, folks! So break out the tins and bust out your apron, it’s time to get busy in the kitchen with tea! Share your delectable creations on social using #BakingWithHarney.
First up, a sugar cookie that will give Santa a pleasant surprise. We think it will bechai on his list of faves. Print the recipe card here.
Next up, our Holiday Tea goes big and goes for a home run as the featured spice in this delicious bundt cake. Our mouths are watering already. Print the recipe card here.
Ever made your own marshmallows? We hadn’t, either, but it sounded like fun… and making ginger-spiced tea marshmallows? Heck, yeah. What do you do with them? How about using them on a steaming mug of hot chocolate, or in s’mores? Heck, yeah again. Print the recipe card here.
Makes 25-30 marshmallows
Since the Gingerbread Festival tea is already out, let’s make something else with it. This is gingerbread’s time of year to shine, and it definitely has more than just cookie potential. Muffin and ginger fans, rejoice. This is for you. Print the recipe card here.
Our final recipe incorporates the comforting flavors of vanilla and caramel, with a hint of bergamot, all found in our Paris tea. We paired Paris up with the buttery goodness of shortbread for this wonderful treat. You’re welcome. Print the recipe card here.
December 28, 2020
Not a fan of chai but i’m thinking now of making cookies today with the hot cinnamon spice tea that’s my favorite
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Lisa K Phillips
December 28, 2020
The recipes look wonderful. Can’t wait to try them.