17 Tea Infused Cupcakes Better Than Hot Tea

Do you love tea? Love cupcakes? Today’s you’re lucky day. These are tea infused cupcakes that bring the great taste of tea to your delicious desserts! Try them out today!

1. Ice Tea Lemonade Cupcakes

Arnold Palmer probably would have approved of these cupcakes.

From: Tastemade

2. Black Tea Cupcakes with Honey Buttercream

Love a good cupcake? Or better yet, one that is full of delicious but unconventional flavors and is SO easy to make. Unique Cupcakes that are full of flavor combing Black Tea and Honey.

From: Taryn Whiteaker

3. Vegan Chocolate Matcha Tea Cupcakes

Not that there is anything wrong with a good, old fashioned chocolate cupcake, however, there’s something to be said for combining chocolate and matcha green tea. The best part about these vegan chocolate matcha cupcakes is that they are low in refined sugar, high in fiber and they taste really good. If you can believe it, the matcha frosting is made from a base of raw cashews and sweetened solely with maple syrup!

From: The Simple Green

4. Chocolate Chai Tea Cupcake

These are incredible cupcakes. They’re two of my favorite things in all the world, chocolate and chai, all mixed up and delicious together. I always questioned the idea of mixing chocolate and chai together in the past, but no more. These cupcakes have won me over. I may never have one without the other ever again.

From: Bakingdom

5. Lemon Lavender Cupcakes

The perfect balance of floral lavender and citrusy lemon blend together for a deliciously moist cupcake that’s perfect for Sunday tea, a ladies lunch or an afternoon treat.

From: Wilton

6. Vegan Earl Grey Cupcakes

A perfect treat for Christmas, any special occasion, or just because you are in a cupcake mood (because who needs an excuse to eat a cupcake).

From: It Doesn’t Taste Like Chicken

7. Lavender Cupcakes with Honey Frosting

These cupcakes were a bit of a risk, but turned out so well! They are absolutely my favorite cupcake recipe so far. The lavender and honey go perfectly together – two gentle flavors.

From: Huffington Post

8. Green Tea Cupcakes

From: Food Network

9. Earl Grey Lavender Cupcakes

These Earl Grey Lavender Cupcakes start with a moist cake batter, infused with Earl Grey and lavender flavor. The tea is steeped in the milk that goes into the batter, so it’s still a light flavor, not too overpowering or assertive.

From: Sugar Hero

10. Matcha Cupcakes with Green Tea Cream Cheese Frosting

Matcha cupcakes with green tea cream cheese frosting recipe are perfect for Christmas or any party. Matcha cupcakes are fluffy, sweet and delicious!

From: Ilona’s Passion

11. Lemon Blackberry Cupcakes with Sweet Tea Frosting

Lemon Blackberry Cupcakes with Sweet Tea Frosting and garnished with blackberry sugar. My delicious twist on an Arnold Palmer in cupcake form.

From: Yummy Crumble

12. Green Tea Cupcakes

These cupcakes are adapted from a recipe by ChikaLicious Dessert Bar in New York City. Martha made this recipe on episode 508 of Martha Bakes.

From: Martha Stewart

13. Pistachio Green Tea Cupcakes with Matcha Cream Cheese Frosting

Pistachio Green Tea Cupcakes with Matcha Cream Cheese Frosting | Green tea is the perfect substitute for boxed pistachio pudding in these delicious cupcakes!

From: Spoonful of Flavor

14. White Chocolate Cupcakes with Vanilla & Blackberry Buttercream Roses

These white chocolate cupcakes with vanilla & blackberry buttercream roses taste amazing and look even better. Despite looking ridiculously impressive, the buttercream roses are actually easy and quick to make, even if you haven’t made them before. There’s also a gluten free option!

From: The Loopy Whisk

15. Sweet Peach Tea Cupcakes

From: Baked Perfection

16. Chai Latte Cupcakes

From: Bakingdom

17. Chamomile Lemon Cupcakes with Honey Buttercream Frosting

These cupcakes are made with chamomile-infused butter and scented with refreshing lemon. The honey buttercream frosting that tops the cupcakes makes them simply irresistible. If you love tea, this will be perfect. These cupcakes were inspired by Cupcake Project’s post on how to bake with tea.

From: Little Accidents in the Kitchen

Categories: Cooking, desserts, Food

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