Shannon's Earl Grey Tea Lemon Bars
"These little lemon bars have earl grey stashed away in two places: brewed and added in with the lemon juice for the curd, and crumbled inside the crust. Perfect for dessert or an afternoon snack alongside, you guessed it, a steamy cup of tea."—Shannon W.
Coco's Pear Scones with Chai Tea Glaze
"These have a nice hit of cinnamon (along with other typical chai tea spices), and they're perfect for fall!"—Coco.
Sonali's Earl Grey Milk Chocolate and Lemon Mousse Duo
"Earl Grey paired with Milk Chocolate gives the mousse an aromatic citrus-y deliciousness which totally complements the lemon mousse. Gluten free, No bake and make-ahead this dessert is a huge crowd pleaser."—Sonali G.
Sherlonya's "President Grant Cupcake"
"I used tea to bake a tribute cupcake for Ulysses S. Grant. Because he was known to be a cigar lover, I wanted his cupcake to be smoky. This is where lapsang souchang tea came in handy. Infusing the milk in the recipe with the tea lent the smokiness I sought."—Sherlonya T.
Robyn's Lemon Cookies
"This cookie is sweet, no doubt about it, it's a sugar cookie first and foremost. But right behind the sweet stirs a mellow lemon zing from Bigelow's 'I Love Lemon' tea. And let me just warn you, they go down easy. They're chewy on the inside and crunchy around the edges. I gobbled up three before they were barely cool! This recipe makes several dozen, of course that won't be a problem if, like me, you love lemon sugar cookies. Or feel free to roll half the dough into a log and chill for a future reincarnation as lemon icebox cookies with cream filling."—Robyn F.
Sonya's Frozen Chocolate Mint Tea
"Cool down with a combination of rich chocolate and refreshing mint tea."—Sonya K.
Sybil's Black Tea Cardamom Jelly
"My boyfriend created this wondrous Black Tea Cardamom Jelly and we enjoyed heaps of it atop wheat crackers paired with slabs of brie. Pure heaven."—Sybil K.