Just Our Cup of Tea: Bake These Tea-Infused Recipes

    Lady Grey Chelsea Buns

    From English sticky buns and a tea-infused rendition of Harry Potter’s favorite dessert to honey tea loaves and a British childhood favorite, these baked goods are all you need to achieve your tea-baking goals. For our complete collection of tea-infused recipes, get our January/February 2018 British Issue

    Assam Treacle Tart

    1. Assam Treacle Tart
    A standard of British baking, treacle tart is known for its simple but delicious bread crumb, golden syrup, and lemon-scented filling. In this aromatic twist on Harry Potter’s favorite dessert, Assam-infused pastry balances the classic, gooey treacle filling.

    Chai Spice Caramel Pie

    2. Chai Spice Caramel Pie

    This luxurious pie offers a medley of spicy, salty, sharp, and sweet. Our crisp Gingersnap Crumb Crust is the perfect cradle for the light, velvety caramel filling topped with billowy, torched meringue. For more pie recipes, order our Pies & Tarts Special Issue

    English Breakfast Orange Marmalade Roly Poly

    3. English Breakfast Orange Marmalade Roly Poly

    This British childhood favorite, known cutely as a Roly Poly, is in essence an oven-steamed roulade cake. In our nod to the nostalgic dessert, a generous slather of English breakfast tea-powdered orange marmalade runs in the tight spiral of a rolled vanilla cake. Find the recipe in our January/February 2018 British Issue

    Honey Tea Loaves

    4. Honey Tea Loaves 

    These wholesome Honey Tea Loaves pack a subtle sweetness, making it perfect for breakfast or an afternoon snack. Substitute apple cider for bourbon for an even richer flavor. Find more recipes and endless inspiration in our second cookbook, Bake from Scratch: Volume Two

    Earl Grey Currant Scone

    5. Earl Grey and Currant Scones with Vanilla Bean Glaze

    Comforting and warm, these scones are our breakfast go-to for cool mornings.

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