I adore Earl Grey tea, and I'm not too proud to admit that it became a beloved treat precisely because of
I recently stumbled across an old Real Simple magazine, and a recipe for Earl Grey Tea Cookies. These just had to be good. So I made 'em.
|Yup. Decaf. And yup...teabags. Told you I wasn't a tea snob.|
The recipe assumes that you'll be using a food processor. We tend to kill food processors around these parts, so I did it the old-fashioned way, with my beloved pastry blender.
The final product had a wonderful texture. I varied the baking time to produce one batch of chewy and one of crispy. Both were flaky and light, and incredibly tasty. I wasn't sure the children would appreciate the flavor, but they gobbled them up. The bergamot gives just a hint of citrus aftertaste without being overpowering.