Cooking with Tea

So I apparently like to cook with tea. Who knew? Not me. But I do. I really, really do. I love to drink tea, so really it’s the only natural next step to make.

I had a whole bunch of bananas that went brown pretty quickly, and a jar of cranberries my sister had boiled down for special drinks over the last holiday. I thought about making banana bread, which I like to drink with tea. I thought “why not combine all of these ingredients?” So I did. And this recipe was born. And it was marvelous.

So here it is, another tea recipe, Banana bread with cranberries and english breakfast tea. What a mouthful. I’ll just call it Delightful Breakfast Bread.

This is what you’ll need;

Take my sister’s guest recipe on Banana Bread

1 cup of fresh or lightly cooked cranberries (really, they can be uncooked, just wash them of course) if you do not cook them, the bread will have a slightly tangy flavor.

1 bag of english tea. Just tear it open and pour it right into the batter

1/4 tea ground cardamom

Bake per the instructions in the guest post and you are good to go.

eggs

dry ingredients

adding the cranberries to the wet mixture

Delightful Breakfast Bread

That’s it! I omitted nuts as I didn’t have any. It was delicious, beautiful and fantastic with…coffee (and tea I’m sure).

Enjoy!

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About emellt

I love all things food and my plan is to my children feel the same way, one meal at a time. By sharing my recipes, activities and adaptations of others, I hope to get my, and your kids in the kitchen!
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