A naturally warming cold remedy, this hot toddy is made with whiskey, hot water, muddled ginger, maple or honey, whole spices, ginger tea and a squeeze of lemon. Let it soothe a sore throat or simply warm the body.
The Magic of Tea
Easily entertain with a juicy pork tenderloin rubbed with cinnamon, garlic, and black tea and finished with a tea and shallot sauce.
Spruce up your holiday baking and dessert table with these festive recipes infused with seasonal tea and get ready for a kitchen full of awesome aromas.
Soft and fragrant, this blueberry gingerbread tea loaf is loaded with cozy spices, and pairs perfectly with a cup of tea. Quick to make and tasting so festive, this cake makes a delicious breakfast or dessert for your hungry guests.
These rich brownies are loaded with chocolate chips, a decadent cheesecake batter and earthy peppermint flavor, thanks to the infusion of peppermint green tea.
A cranberry vanilla tea is wrapped into this twisted, sweet babka bread along with cream cheese for a perfect holiday treat.
Give autumn the proper sendoff and dive into winter with these cranberry and vanilla tea-infused crepes stuffed with a sweet apple filling.
For an elegant winter or holiday dessert, these Calvados Mascarpone Topped Tea Poached Apples are a divine.
Infused with a ginger tea to create a beautiful marbled look and great flavor, these holiday spiced deviled eggs bring amazing and festive tastes to your appetizer spread.
Sweet scones with notes Cranberry Vanilla Tea, are crisp on the outside and soft and buttery on the inside. Serve them warm with vanilla butter for a delightful holiday treat.
With the soft, rich texture of a brownie, these gluten free and vegan chocolate muffins are the perfect holiday morning treat, infused with a peppermint green tea.
Loaded with warm hints of cinnamon and vanilla, this soft buttermilk cake is infused with tea and topped with almonds and whipped mascarpone for a delightful holiday dessert.
Making homemade donuts is easier than you think. These glazed beauties have a hint of gingerbread spice, thanks to the addition of tea, which is perfect for the holidays.
Let this decadent vegan chocolate pudding infused with peppermint tea whisk you away for sweet delight on a winter day. Plus, it’s super easy to whip up for a slew of guests.
Savor this magical time of year with peppermint tea cookies loaded with warm vanilla and peppermint flavor thanks to tea. They’re buttery and ideal with a matching cup of tea.
Loaded with creamy, nutty, spiced and vanilla flavors and aromas from tea, this bundt cake is the perfect dessert for the coming holidays.
The easiest winter dessert recipe? Gingerbread poached pears. Infused with a gingerbread spice tea, these pears will feed all of your guests and can even be made ahead of time. Or, enjoy for breakfast with yogurt.
Tasting like a chocolate candy cane, these cacao bars are vegan and loaded with nutrients while satisfying your holiday sweet tooth.
Give your chocolate bark a new minty and earthy flavor with the addition of a green tea with milk thistle, cinnamon and more.
Full of flavor, thanks to the addition of a gingerbread spice tea, these gingerbread muffins are soft and topped with a sweet crumble so they are sure to be a holiday hit.
Indulge this holiday season with chocolate candy cane pots de creme, they’re a little minty and totally rich. Creamy and loaded with chocolate, these little jars of deliciousness will put everyone in a sweet mood.
Let the flavors of the season sneak into everything you make. For a sweet, seasonal delight, whip up a batch of ginger tea infused marshmallows.
Cool afternoons taste better with spiced shortbread cookies and a mug of caramel apple dream tea. Stay warm and cozy with the best flavors of the season.
These treats taste like caramel glazed apple pies, but in cookie form. Made with a spiced caramel apple tea, they’re the perfect cozy fall treat.
Harvest pumpkin brownies are made with a delicious ingredient, tea, for the ultimate autumn treat. Dark chocolate and pumpkin batters are swirled for a simple and stunning sweet.
Want to know what goes great with a spicy dip like harissa pumpkin hummus? A warm mug of pumpkin tea. Yes, your afternoon snack just got a whole lot better.
A rich, ginger molasses cake made with a brewed tea is the perfect cool weather treat topped with cream cheese frosting and served with a steaming mug of tea.
Did you recently go apple picking? Do you have a hefty harvest of fall apples in your kitchen? Easily make a batch of these caramel apple tea scones with the seasonal produce.
Made with a caramel apple tea blend, this easy fall breakfast will keep you nourished until lunch. Simply combine, shake refrigerate until the morning.
Whip up an easy, gluten free mini pumpkin cake loaded with warm spices and flavors that is perfect with a warm cup of tea and shared with just a few friends.
Try a new drink this fall that tastes like a bubbly pumpkin cider. This sweet harvest pumpkin kombucha is loaded with refreshing probiotics that are balanced with cozy fall flavors.
Sweet with a hint of salt and made with a warm autumn tea, these sweet harvest pumpkin scones are easy to make and drizzled with a perfect salted caramel glaze.
Let a warm plate of aromatic scones made with a milk thistle, barley, and orange peel tea brighten a cold morning or easily feed a holiday brunch crowd.