Christmas Tea Cookies
You can use your coffee grinder or blender to grind loose tea leaves into a fine powder. Then, replace 1-2 tablespoons of flour with ground tea leaves for each batch of cookies. Or try baking with the already powdered Matcha Green Tea.
Tea & Cookie Pairings
Here are some teas with the kinds of cookies they make even more delicious:
Use in almond, coconut or white chocolate cookies. Or try our Matcha Sugar Cookies recipe.
Use in cookies with strong vanilla, sweet potato, pumpkin or moderate spice notes.
Adds a subtle richness to chocolate or malt cookies.
Complements citrus scented cookies or shortbread.
Add floral notes to coconut macaroons, butter pecan cookies, lavender- or rose-scented cookies or cookies with berry jam.
Here are a few more tea pairings for your Christmas dinner.
Get festive with these Christmas Cookie Teas
Night-blooming jasmine blossoms infuse these hand-rolled tea leaves,
which unfurl in hot water to release an intoxicating fragrance.
Notes of caramelized sugar and earthy redwood create a complex tea with a nectar-like infusion. Rich, toasty, and satisfying.