Apple and cinnamon goodness with a hint of maple flavor. The aroma is pure lazy Sunday morning. Breakfast on the griddle, hot tea in your hand, your favorite book waiting to be read. The sweet apple and the heady cinnamon flavors dance on your tongue, while the rich maple taste offers the base note in this amber colored cup.
Ingredients: black teas, apple pieces, organic cinnamon pieces and apple cinnamon french toast flavoring.
Brew tea at 212º - steep for 3 minutes.
Apple Cinnamon French Toast Tea Crepes
1 cup flour
½ tsp salt
2 tsp. Apple Cinnamon French Toast Tea
1 cup milk
2 Tbsp melted butter
In a small pot, heat the milk on the stove until very hot. Remove from the stove, add the tea, cover and steep for 4 minutes. Strain out the tea leaves.
Blend all ingredients with a whisk or in a blender until smooth. Pour 2-3 Tbsp at a time in a hot oiled frying pan and swirl until evenly distributed. Cook until lightly browned then flip and cook the other side.
Spread with your favorite jam or preserve, roll it up and enjoy.
||Apple cinnamon French Toast
|Someone recommended this tea to me as I love the apple cinnamon coffee cake tea. I must say this tea smells fantastic, it smells just like French toast. I had it with a tiny bit of sugar as I find that really brings out the sweet flavors of the tea. This tea is very good but I do like the apple cinnamon coffee cake a bit better.|
|This blend is delicious from first sip to last drop! If you like the St. Nicks blend you will surely enjoy this blend too. Enjoyable just about any time of the day, not just for dessert!|
|- Stacy, PA|
||Surprisingly good tea!
|Im usually a floral type tea drinker and generally dont go for spiced or dessert teas but this kind of interested me as something comforting for fall. I drink another Assam black tea that is slightly sweetened with maple syrup as is this one and I was pleasantly surprised how good this was--not too cinnamon-y or too sweet, but smooth with a warm maple flavor to it. Great!|
|- Matt, WI|
||Perfect for the fall
|Both the dry mix and the brewed tea smell lovely. It tastes just as good as it smells too; mostly maple and apple with a little bit of cinnamon bringing up the rear. Its definitely nice for the first cup of the morning. Just be careful on the steep time; no more than three minutes or else it gets a harsh astringent note.|