Baking Recipes — cupcakes

Ceylon with Vanilla Tea Infused Cupcakes

Ceylon with Vanilla Tea Infused Cupcakes

To celebrate Afternoon Tea Week we've teamed up with the lovely @messylittlevegan to bring you these vegan cupcakes made with our Ceylon with vanilla tea, enjoy! Gap Ingredients 3 ceylon with vanilla teabags 1¼ cup flour (all purpose or gluten free) ¾ cup coconut sugar 1 teaspoon baking soda ⅔ cup soy or almond milk ⅓ cup coconut oil 2 tbsp apple cider vinegar Frosting: boiling water 1 ceylon with tanilla teabag 1 can chilled coconut cream or full fat coconut milk (only use the solid part) 4 tbsp organic vegan butter (use non-hydrogenated brand like Biona) 3/4 cup organic powdered...

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Chamomile & Blueberry Muffins

Chamomile & Blueberry Muffins

Happy Afternoon Tea week! We've teamed up with the lovely @thehealthybeard to bring you these chamomile and blueberry muffins, this recipe makes 10. Ingredients 3 cups oat flour 1 ½ tsp baking powder ½ cup coconut sugar Pinch of salt ½ cup olive oil ¾ cup We Are Tea Chamomile tea (2 tea bags brewed for 1-2 hours) 200g fresh blueberries + 30 extra 2 medium size eggs Method Brew the tea for 1-2 hours. Begin by preheating the oven at 180C degrees/Gas mark 5 For this recipe I made my own oat flour, begin the process by blending 3...

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Mini Lemon & Earl Grey Sponges

Mini Lemon & Earl Grey Sponges

It's Afternoon Tea Week! We've teamed up with @littleluxuryfoods to create these mini earl grey sponge cakes.Ingredients 1 and a half tbsp of loose leaf Earl Grey 200g plain flour (gf) 1/2tsp bicarbonate of soda 120g butter (df) 330g caster sugar or coconut sugar for a refined sugar free version 3 large eggs 120ml milk (df - soya) 1/4tsp vanilla extract Lemon curd Coconut yoghurt Method Pre-heat your oven to 180 degrees fan Grind the tea up using a pestle & mortar (or another suitable alternative if you don't have this - end of a rolling pin and a bowl for...

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Chamomile Cake

Chamomile Cake

We partnered with our pals over at About Time Magazine, for a special week dedicated to tea. We’re a sucker for a brew, but there’s more to the humble tea leaf than making a cuppa. The amazing Kate Hackworthy shares her favourite tea recipes. Ready, set, bake:   Whole Chamomile Flowers Cake with Salted Honey Buttercream Ingredients 3 tablespoons whole chamomile flowers (plus extra to decorate) 215g unsalted butter 100ml whole milk 175g granulated sugar 3 large eggs, room temperature 1 teaspoon vanilla extract 200g plain flour 2 tablespoons baking powder 1/2 teaspoon sea salt For the Salted Honey Buttercream 60g salted...

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