Loaded with healthy ingredients, these vanilla berry chai breakfast cookies are the perfect on-the-go meal, and they make a great treat for brunches & tea parties!
I have been drinking tea since I was old enough to hold a cup, and I have at least one cup each day. What can I say? I love, love, love tea, so I was really excited to try some of the new and improved flavors by Lipton. I decided to host a girls’ brunch so that my friends could also experience the uplifting and refreshing flavors of new Berry Hibiscus, Irresistible Lady Lipton, and Enticing Chai along with the improved flavors of Lipton’s Honey Lemon and Orange Passionfruit Jasmine green teas.
As soon as I tasted the new Enticing Chai tea, I knew that it was going to one of those incredibly versatile flavors that I would enjoy again and again. In fact, I immediately brewed a second cup to use in my favorite breakfast cookie recipe! These cookies are packed full of good-for-you ingredients that keep you feeling full all morning long, and they’re perfect for brunches and tea parties. I whipped up a batch for our brunch tea, and they were gone within minutes!
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I can’t get over how gorgeous the color of this Berry Hibiscus herbal tea is, and it’s even more bold and vibrant in person! I was worried that the hibiscus flavor might be too floraly for my taste, but it was the perfect counterpart to the rich berry flavor. It smells amazing too!
I love many green teas, but this improved variety of Orange Passionfruit Jasmine is definitely at the top of my favorites list. It’s another one that smells incredible (it reminds me of the spring-blooming jasmine bushes and orange trees that grew in my grandmother’s backyard!), and it has a light, fresh taste, and bright color. This one was wildly popular with the ladies at brunch!
The multi-sensory teas paired perfectly with the vanilla berry chai breakfast cookies, and since everyone asked for the recipe, I figured it was worth sharing with HIH readers as well. The Enticing Chai was a great addition to my standard recipe, and I plan on making a batch with the Berry Hibiscus tea next time. I’m sure they’ll be delicious, too!
Everyone at brunch agreed that Lipton’s new and improved teas were delightful, and they loved the unique new flavors and twists on traditional green and black tea. Be sure to check out the whole line-up of Lipton green, black and herbal tea flavors, and tell me which one is your favorite in the comments below!
I was selected for this opportunity as a member of Clever Girls and the content and opinions expressed here are all my own.
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