I don’t think there’s ever a bad time of year for ice cream. Sure, the weather cools down and you may not want to be eating a cone outside, but the right scoop of ice cream paired with some warm apple pie or on top of a warm brownie can really hit the spot during the winter months! This chai tea ice cream recipe is easy to make and is the perfect fall treat with all of those spicy chai flavors. (I especially love crumbling up some biscoff cookies to add on top too!) Switch up your normal cup of chai tea and try it in a bowl this year!
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I’ve been drinking tea for as long as I can remember. I was 5 or 6 years old and would sit in the kitchen with my Portuguese grandma, brewing the perfect cup of tea and heating up a slice of warm Portuguese sweet bread with melted butter. Granted, in those days, my tea cup was full of sugar and milk too, but she’s definitely the person who cultivated my love of tea (and sweet bread).
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This queen cake recipe is perfect to pair with your Bigelow tea! Quick, easy, and delicious too! Check out the recipe and find out how to make them!
I’m definitely not a Winter kind of girl. It’s not exactly my favorite season. I don’t love the snow, the cold, the ice, the early nightfall, or the traffic (I could keep going, but I’ll spare you guys), but one of the things I do love is getting into pajamas and comfy socks (those are a must!), sitting down to catch up on my latest Netflix obsession, and getting cozy with a cup of warm tea and a treat to go with it 😉 And what’s better, for a treat to pair with your tea, than one of the original tea cakes that Queen Elizabeth herself indulged in?! Today, I’m sharing a queen cakes recipe that dates all the way back to the 18th century, and now you can make them too. Pretty neat!