Today’s post is sponsored by Entenmann’s. All opinions are entirely my own.
I had become a tea drinker when I was in high school, thanks to my love for Jane Austen-like novels. There is something so satisfying to me about the clicky clack of cups and saucers. These days, I am mostly drinking tea out of my yeti because I like keeping my tea warm, and once in a while, I will make myself a London fog as an afternoon treat.
London Fogs are usually made by mixing steamed milk, Earl Gray tea, and a little bit of sweetener. This year, I have gotten into making London Fogs using different teas from my tea collection. I made a few weeks ago, and I started making London Fogs out of cinnamon spice tea.
On Thanksgiving morning, I plan on just having a small breakfast of tea and maybe some mini muffins early in the morning so that I can save room for our Thanksgiving feast!
Earlier last week, when I was getting the house ready to host 25 people for Thanksgiving, I took a few minutes to have a cup of tea, and so share some Entenmann’s pumpkin Little Bites® muffins with my youngest son. His favorite color is orange, so he had been asking about them since we bought them at the store. 🙂
I am so thankful for these little muffins, not only on Thanksgiving but on busy weekday mornings when we are running out of the house. This is an easy breakfast. I can give my kids in a pinch, that they can even eat while we walk to the bus stop.
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Okay, back to this fantastic London fog.
- 1 cup water
- 1/4 cup milk
- 1 earl gray tea bag
- 1 cinnamon spice tea bag
Heat up the water until it is boiling slightly.
Add both tea bags and steep for 5 minutes. Remove tea bags
Add sweetener if desired
Heat up milk and top your tea with milk, and drink. If you have a milk frother, froth the milk.
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