HOLIDAY SALAD (WITH CHAMOMILE TEA BALSAMIC VINAIGRETTE)

Out of all of the traditional Christmas dinner sides there are, I feel that salad is the most underrated. I think its often overlooked, and as a very pro-salad consumer, I think its time to change that. This year I’m all about the holiday salad. The key is a good dressing. I’m sharing my delicious…

LEMON GINGER TEA POSSET

Have you ever tried a posset before? If you’re not familiar, they are a delicious thickened creamed based dessert. I’m sharing my lemon ginger tea posset recipe. A bonus about this recipe is that it doesn’t require gelatin, making them completely vegetarian, if you’re into that type of thing. They are adorable and feel like…

COFFEE MAPLE OVERNIGHT OATS

There’s something so wholesome about oatmeal for breakfast. It’s traditional, filling, delicious and easy to make. It’s completely customizable, which is probably my favorite thing about it. For those who don’t have time to cook breakfast in the mornings, oatmeal can be prepared the night before. The oats soak overnight and are soft and ready…

ROOIBOS TEA

As far as herbal tea ingredients go, rooibos takes the cake. It’s often used as a decaffeinated replacement for tea leaves. You can find green rooibos, which is often used as a green tea substitute, and red rooibos as a black tea substitute. I find that it’s worthy of its tea title in its own…

CINNAMON ROLLS WITH ROSE CHAI GLAZE

I may or may not have a serious sweet tooth. I can’t help it, I’m a sucker for a good sweet treat. Today I’m sharing my take of a cinnamon roll. Of course I have to jazz it up by adding tea, naturally. Now there’s absolutely nothing wrong with a traditional cinnamon roll, but why…

MULLED TEA RECIPE

We are officially in mulled cider season! (Finally!) Every year I look forward to cozy days when the scent of mulled cider fills the house, I think it’s the only thing that gets me through the summer months. Ok, summer isn’t that bad but this humidity in New England is something else. This year, I…