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    37 Tea Desserts That Are Almost Too Pretty To Eat

    Have your tea and eat it too.

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    1. Blackberry Earl Grey Pocket Pies

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    You could sub in frozen pie dough to make these quick and easy. Here's the recipe.

    2. Chamomile Tea and Lemon Shortbread

    3. Raspberry Green Tea Popsicles

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    When you need your iced tea even more iced. Here's the recipe.

    4. Dark Chocolate Earl Grey Truffles

    5. Apricots Poached in Chamomile Tea

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    Serve with ice cream for maximum scrumptiousness. Here's the recipe.

    6. Strawberry Matcha Roll Cake

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    Yes, that's freshly whipped cream in the center. Here's the recipe.

    7. Brown Sugar Jasmine Tea Caramels

    8. S'mores with Chai-Spiced Chocolate

    9. Matcha Green Tea Mug Cake

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    The ultimate tea-flavored lazy cake. Here's the recipe.

    10. Vanilla Chocolate Chai Brûlée

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    Here are three different ways you can get that caramelized crust. And here's the recipe.

    11. Oolong Donuts With Milk Tea Glaze

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    Who said donuts belonged only at breakfast? Here's the recipe.

    12. Chai Tea Latte Popsicles

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    The stripes are gorgeous, but you can be forgiven if you mix the ingredients for the different layers together and freeze all at once. Here's the recipe.

    13. Earl Grey Poached Pears with Caramel Sauce

    14. Green Tea (and Coffee) Rock Candy

    15. Raspberry Earl Grey Cake

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    Appropriate for all grand occasions, including making it through the week. Here's the recipe.

    16. Salted Honey and Chamomile Ice Cream

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    Can you say "summer"? Here's the recipe.

    17. Earl Grey Infused Chocolate Tartine

    Oh, How Civilized

    All of life's essentials in one place: tea, chocolate, and bread. Here's the recipe.

    18. Jasmine and White Chocolate Whoopie Pies

    19. Green Tea Crêpe Cake

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    Layers of tasty tea goodness. Here's the recipe.

    20. Earl Grey Pots de Créme

    21. Peach Chamomile Panna Cotta

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    Here's the recipe, plus how to make those pretty layers.

    22. Baked Matcha Doughnuts with Black Sesame

    23. Chai Pumpkin Teacup Pies

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    These do require oven-safe teacups. Here's the recipe.

    24. Chocolate Matcha Pocky Cake

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    Easiest cake decorating ever. Here's the recipe.

    25. Chai Cinnamon Rolls

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    Another breakfast food that's happy to be your dessert, too. Here's the recipe.

    26. Earl Grey Lemon Cheesecake

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    With a cashew, almond, and date crust. Here's the recipe.

    27. Cruffins with Matcha Pastry Cream

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    (Cruffins are muffin-shaped croissants, if you didn't know.) Here's the recipe.

    28. Spiced Blondies with Chai-Infused Ganache

    29. Earl Grey Peach Pie With Thyme

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    Thyme (and pie) heal all wounds. Here's the recipe.

    30. Matcha Green Tea Ice Cream

    31. Roll Cake with Chamomile Whipped Cream

    32. Flourless Dark Chocolate Soufflé with Earl Grey Cream

    Artful Desperado

    I'll take eight, thanks. Here's the recipe.

    33. Chocolate Chai Cupcakes With Chai Buttercream

    34. Earl Grey Tea Macarons With Orange Infused White Chocolate Ganache

    Lauren Caris

    A great excuse to practice your macaron making skills. Here's the recipe.

    35. Honey Matcha Caramels

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    The perfect gift. (For yourself.) Here's the recipe.

    36. Maté Carrot Cupcakes With Greek Yogurt Frosting

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    But be warned: carrots and Greek yogurt do not a low-fat cupcake make. Here's the recipe.

    37. Earl Grey Tea Bundt Cake With Lavender Icing

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    Better than high tea with the Queen. Sorry, Elizabeth. Here's the recipe.