Black Tea Cupcakes with Lemon Icing

Black Tea Cupcakes with Lemon Icing

If you’re a tea fan, this recipe is a must. Whether you’re into the hot variety or prefer a glass of ice, this black tea cupcake recipe is the perfect combination of tea and sweet treats.

If you’re looking forward to the cool season as a time to cuddle up and sip tea, you’ll love the strong taste of black tea in these cupcakes, thanks to actual leaves and infused milk, and the tea cup presentation. If you’re already mourning loss of warm weather, take this chance to have one last glass of ice lemon tea via cupcake!

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HIGH TEA CUPCAKES – ORANGE CRANBERRY SCONES BAKED IN TEACUPS


Here’s how to enjoy a cuppa even if you don’t really do high tea. And since you might not really be in Britain, it’s probably all right to admit these delicacies are not really cupcakes, but in fact highly comestible scones. Orange cranberry scones baked in tea cups to be precise. Made with dried cranberries and flavored with a hint of orange (or chocolate chips, raisins or currants) they are worth every calorie gained from them.
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CHAI TEA CUPCAKES


Chai tea is a great, relaxing drink. Putting it into cupcake does not seem like a natural pairing, but this combination really worked well. The Chai tea mixture (typically made from tea leaves, cloves, fennel, cinnamon and a few other spices) compliments the cocoa powder, butter, sugar, vanilla extract, flour and other more “standard” cupcake ingredients. Chai tea is also in the buttercream frosting, which is then dusted with more cocoa powder and some sanding sugar. This leaves you with a treat that is both savory and sweet at the same time.
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Chocolate Peppermint Tea Cupcakes


Peppermint Chocolate Tea cupcakes bring two favorites together in a new and wonderful way. The chocolaty goodness creates the perfect backdrop for the peppermint flavored tea. The chocolate buttercream frosting is fluffy and rich. Because the tea is infused into the cupcake batter, you can decide to have a lightly flavored cupcake, or strong tea flavors, the strength simply depends on how many tea bags or tea leaves you use.
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