Get ready to refresh this summer with these iced tea recipes, and just in time for National Iced Tea Day on June 10th too.
January is National Hot Tea Month, so it’s the ideal time to stock up on some favorites. Here’s what made the list for culinary tea obsessions this season, and to flip the script, several don’t require any heat at all.
This healing and aromatic tea is a mix of soothing spices, rose and saffron. The ‘chai tea-mix’ can be made at home and can be stored for months. Perfect to serve on Valentine’s Day or any cozy occasion.
From ginger shots to soothing chamomile tea, learn these healing food hacks to feel energized in honor of Rachel de Thample’s new book Vital Tonics and Soothing Teas.
This season, make tea your go-to beverage when the temperatures drop down below. Here are a few hot tips to provide courtesy of ITMA (International Tea Masters Association)-certified tea sommelier and innkeeper Frankee Muller of Voss Inn Bed & Breakfast in Bozeman, MT.
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.
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.
If you have a friend who travels thousands of miles just to dine at a renowned restaurant or spends weekends battling deep bouts of wanderlust by cooking cuisine from some far off land—this is the list for them. Tap into the exotic sensibilities of your favorite travelers with this comprehensive list of tested and approved travel-ready gifts for food lovers.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Sun’s out, rum’s out! Summer is the time for tall glasses of iced tea and these deliciously boozy twists on a warm weather favorite will keep your pitchers flowing all season long.