As Halloween comes closer, let’s honor the chthonic goddess of the underworld, Hecate. Hecate is a dark goddess in ancient Greek religion and mythology. Hecate’s Black Tart is perfect for a witch’s feast and a Halloween party! Hecate’s Black Tart with its rich and sweet pumpkin-chocolate filling and its soft-chewy molasses crust is vegan and sugar-free!
The retro molasses biscuits are crunchy on the outside with a chewy cinnamon sugar coating and soft on the inside. Try this recipe and you will be surprised how easy and simple it is! Infuse your home with a warm biscuit fragrance; the smell of cinnamon and clove and orange fills the house when you bake these biscuits. Retro molasses biscuits are made healthy with olive oil, whole wheat flour and molasses.
Let’s take a trip down memory lane with these retro carob biscuits! They have a naturally sweet and earthy flavor and are the best for dunking in tea or coffee and a good breakfast idea to power up your morning routine. This is an easy recipe for homemade biscuits that will keep for up to two week. Kids will love them!
Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie is pure aromatherapy; the scent of almonds and walnuts fills the whole house! This is a very light dessert and it is perfect for a healthy snack at work. A cup of chamomile tea pairs beautifully with a slice of Constantinople Walnut and Raisin pie.
The Pomegranate Liqueur captures the fruity scent and flavor of pomegranate. It is perfect after dinner as a digestive or added in provocative cocktails! The aroma is unforgettable, while its crimson red color is bold and potent.
One of my favourite cakes to serve with tea is carrot and currant cake. Carrot and currant cake has a long and storied history that can be tasted in a variety of tea menus and tea pairings found throughout the world. The taste of this cake can conjure up nostalgic memories of fun tea parties, perfect family breakfasts, and serene afternoons.