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Earl Grey Tea
Since Earl Grey tea contains black tea, there’s caffeine in anything that’s made with Earl Grey.
London Fog is a name for drinks are made with Earl Grey tea, milk, and vanilla. All 3 of those ingredients need to be in the beverage to be called a London Fog.
Earl Grey tea recipes can be made with loose tea, tea sachets, or tea bags. Loose tea tends to be higher in quality than tea sachets or tea bags.
My rule of thumb is to use tea sachets or tea bags when more than 4 ingredients are in the recipe. No need for a pricier loose tea when the other ingredients will dilute the Earl Grey tea flavor.
17 Best Recipes with Earl Grey Tea
A hot London Fog with Earl Grey tea that’s brewed perfectly, frothed milk, vanilla extract, and a hint of lavender.
The lavender buds can be taken out for a standard London Fog.
In this recipe, a French press is used to make decadent frothed milk but you can also use an electric milk frother.
It’s a delicious drink that takes an Earl Grey tea to another level.
Also called an Earl Grey boba milk tea, it’s an iced Earl Grey with milk, sugar, and tapioca balls.
Take out the tapioca balls and it’s just an Iced Earl Grey tea.
Get my tips and tricks to make a perfect bubble tea (spoiler alert: it involves almost hot tapioca balls in an iced drink).
Store-bought tapioca balls makes it super easy to make bubble tea at home. Give this recipe a try!
Recreate this Iced London Fog drink at home, the same way it’s made at Starbucks.
A copycat recipe, the beverage is made with an Earl Grey tea that tastes just like the one at Starbucks, which includes a hint of lavender.
Get the Starbucks vanilla syrup at their locations to make the London Fog as close to the original as possible.
Top off the drink with cold foam for an even tastier treat.
For the colder days, switch over to a hot London Fog. This copycat recipe is made the same way Starbucks does.
Every tea company makes their own version of Earl Grey tea so they all taste slightly different. This recipe uses an Earl Grey tea that tastes just like the one at Starbucks, down to the notes of lavender.
All that’s needed is 4 ingredients to make this drink. To froth the milk at home, get my French press method of use an electric milk frother.
Plus, get my tips on how to brew the Earl Grey tea perfectly so it’s not bitter.
The flavors of London Fog are blended with a homemade Frappuccino base syrup to get the perfect Frappuccino texture.
This frozen drink is so good and refreshing on a hot day and it’s topped with a homemade whipped cream.
Make a batch of Frappuccino base syrup and have it handy all summer to make Frappuccinos quick and easy whenever you want.
Pair these scones with a pot of Earl Grey tea for an exceptional tea time.
The sweet vanilla glaze with the Earl Grey tea scones give this treat the classic flavors of London Fog.
They’re a little sweet, a bit crumbly, and can be made ahead of time and stored in the freezer for up to 2 months.
Gather all the ingredients and make these scones this weekend!
On a trip to Paris one year, I ordered this Earl Grey chocolate spread at a cafe that was served on a baguette and I couldn’t get over how good it was.
This spread on a toasted baguette or a slice of toast with a pot of tea makes this a sweet afternoon treat.
Chocolate and Earl Grey tea are an amazing combination so it’s not surprising it would taste delicious here.
A super easy recipe that uses one saucepan, make a batch and enjoy the sweet taste of Earl Grey in a spreadable chocolate.
Before Starbucks popularized cold foam on iced drinks, I made something similar and called it cream froth since it was made with heavy cream.
Cream froth is basically pourable whipped cream (thicker than cold foam) and it’s delicious on iced drinks.
There are 2 parts to this drink, the Earl Grey iced tea and the cream froth. The tea is brewed hot then cooled down. The cream froth is whisked in seconds using a handheld frother.
It’s creamy, delicious, and completely refreshing.
A pretty layered cake flavored with Earl Grey tea and lavender, the frosting is only in between the layers.
The recipe breaks the instructions down so it’s super easy to make.
Bake this cake for your next tea time and wow your guests.
I like my hot chocolates to be THICK, where it’s like drinking a melted chocolate bar. If you do too, you’ll love this Earl Grey hot chocolate.
The rich, decadent hot chocolate is topped with a lightly whipped cream.
Making the drink is fairly simple where the Earl Grey hot chocolate is made in just one saucepan.
Salt is my secret ingredient to bring all the flavors together. Yup, salt. (I promise, it’s so good!)
Baked Earl Grey doughnuts are dipped in a chocolate bergamot glaze for a delightfully delicious treat.
It’s light and easier to make than you think. Earl Grey tea gets steeped in milk, the dry ingredients and wet ingredients get whisked together and the whole thing goes into the oven in a doughnut pan.
Get tips and notes on how to store the doughnuts and on ingredient substitutions.
Why have plain pancakes when you can make these with Earl Grey tea?
The pancakes come together in less than 30 minutes and they can be easily stored in the freezer for up to 2 months.
They’re easy to reheat in the microwave so they make for a quick breakfast.
Get ingredient notes and tips on how to make them fluffy.
Enjoy a cup of tea with a slice of this Earl Grey bundt cake. The gluten-free cake is topped with a thick, glossy chocolate ganache glaze.
The recipe is fuss-free and straightforward so it can be made with minimal effort on a lazy weekend.
Cut a slice and enjoy it for a sweet breakfast, dessert, or afternoon snack.
Earl Grey tea is infused in milk to add the black tea and bergamot flavors to this blueberry coffee cake.
Each bite of this cake gives you a mouthful of blueberries and buttery, crumb topping.
Check out the video of the recipe where you can see how the cake is made and it’s loaded with great baking tips.
There’s no need for an ice cream maker with this no-churn ice cream recipe.
Heavy cream, sweetened condensed milk, and Earl Grey tea are whipped up with vanilla extract and bergamot oil then frozen.
This ice cream can also be considered a London Fog ice cream since it’s made with vanilla, milk, and Earl Grey tea, which are all the 3 ingredients needed for a London Fog.
It’s an easy way to make ice cream at home and it keeps in the freezer for up to 3 months.
Dipped in chocolate, these Earl Grey shortbread cookies are made with just 7 ingredients.
The easy-to-make cookie dough can be made ahead of time so that you can bake a fresh batch of warm cookies right before guests come over.
The Earl Grey tea is finely ground and added directly into the cookie dough so the flavor of Earl Grey tea really comes through with each bite.
These bite-size truffles are perfect in a dessert course for an afternoon tea.
There’s no baking involved in making these truffles since it uses store-bought sugar cookies.
The sugar cookies get crushed, gets mixed with cream cheese, Earl Grey tea, and frosting. They get formed into balls then chilled. The truffles get a coating of white chocolate and you’re done!
Serve these tea truffles with a black tea with sugar and milk.
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