Desserts, Desserts and more Desserts!!!!
A hot cup of tea is a standard drink to pair with sweets, whether you are having a thick slice of chocolate cake, a glazed cinnamon bun or a few freshly-baked cookies. If you love having piping hot tea with your dessert, you will absolutely adore treats that already have tea inside them. Here is how you can get your hands on tremendous desserts that are infused with your favorite blends.
This type of tea is regularly called pure and refreshing, because it cleanses the palate, settles the stomach and causes a variety of health benefits. If you want to have a treat infused with this tea, you should try green tea mochi ice cream on its own or in a fruit-filled sundae — this dessert is made of premium ice cream covered with a layer of soft and sweetened rice dough called mochi. The smooth texture of mochi and the unique flavor of green tea will make for a completely sensational snacking experience. You don’t have to preheat your oven or get out your apron to get a serving — you can get these ready-made frozen treats from My/Mo Mochi ice cream at your nearest grocery store.
Earl Grey is a black tea blend that is flavored with the oil of a Bergamot orange, which is known for its powerful fragrance. The strong citrus scent and flavor is often added to lift rich dessert dishes that would ordinarily feel too dense or heavy. The tea type is famously used as a starring ingredient in a variety of dark, semi-sweet and milk chocolate desserts, like chocolate and earl grey tortes, cakes, soufflés, creams and puddings.
Chamomile tea is famous for its light and subtle flavor and its ability to soothe even the tensest tea drinkers. Be careful when baking with this type of tea because the delicate floral taste can be easily overpowered by a bolder ingredient like dark chocolate. You should make a dessert like a chamomile pound cake with a honey glaze because the uncomplicated nature of this style of cake will allow the flavor to really shine.
This is a popular beverage using black tea and a combination of fragrant spices like cinnamon, cloves, ginger, fennel seeds, allspice, black peppercorns and cardamom. You can use this type of tea inside comforting baked treats like cinnamon rolls by putting it inside of the dough mixture or by stirring it into the final glaze, frosting or icing. These homemade rolls can be enjoyed as an indulgent breakfast, a treat alongside an afternoon coffee or a scrumptious and satisfying dessert.
Buying or baking these delicious dishes will change your entire perspective on tea—instead of drinking a cup with your sweet on the side, you can eat a harmonious combination. Even though you have revolutionized the way you savor your tea, there is nothing wrong with still brewing up a pot to go with these desserts.
Sassy Peeps! Do you love tea? Do you love desserts? If so, what do you think about them together? Inquiring minds want to know!
Have A Happy Healthy, and Remember to Always…Stay Sassy!