Cranberry Oatmeal Orange and Spice Tea Muffins
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Not only are these Cranberry Oatmeal Orange and Spice Tea Muffins visually appealing but they are full of the flavors of Fall. Made with aromatic brewed Orange and Spice Bigelow Tea. Take a deep breath in of the spicy deliciousness this tea has to offer.
WHY I LOVE BIGELOW TEA! ♥
- Bigelow Tea is All American: 100% American made by an American Family; an American Company for the American consumer. Available at an American Retailer – Walmart.
- Bigelow Tea’s Charleston Tea Plantation is America’s largest working tea garden.
- Guests are invited to the Charleston Tea Plantation for weddings, tours and even a variety of music festivals. It’s a tea-riffic way to experience historic Southern culture and a living piece of American history!
- Almost 4 million bags of tea have been sent to troops overseas with Bigelow’s Tea for Troops program. Find additional information about Tea for Troops at https://www.bigelowtea.com/Responsibility/Support-Our-Troops
It’s no secret that my favorite flavor combos are orange and cranberry. So when I was shopping at Walmart for tea and saw this Orange and Spice Bigelow Tea I immediately knew I wanted to add cranberries to the mix. And make some amazing muffins.
I used some fresh cranberries that I had thrown in the freezer from last year. I always make sure I buy at least one extra bag for baking when they’re not in season. If you can’t find fresh or frozen cranberries you can also use dried. I just love the pop of flavor fresh cranberries bring to a recipe. By the way I also keep a large bag of dried cranberries in the freezer too! REMINDER: Fresh cranberries are sour don’t forget to add some sugar.
Freshly brewed Orange and Spice Tea is the secret to these muffins.
And then soaking the oats in the brewed tea! 🙂
For this recipe I used large cake molds with TWO scoops of batter. More delicious muffin per person but you can use the regular size too. I have instructions for both.
They came out so beautiful I almost hated to put a glaze on them. Wait, I said ALMOST. 🙂
WARNING!!! Drizzle the glaze on the muffins DO NOT drink! No, I didn’t drink it. 😉
So, I’ve talked about the muffins and how much I love the cranberry and orange flavors but I can’t even describe the yummy goodness of the glaze! Made with cream cheese, butter, brewed tea and sugar. Okay, I guess that says it all. 🙂
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That looks like a great recipe for Christmas! Yum.
Natasha in Oz
Good Morning Sheryl, I am popping over to visit you from Miz Helen’s Country Cottage and I am so pleased I have as your Cranberry, Oatmeal and Orange Muffins look perfect.
I am going to take your advice. When cranberries are in season, towards Christmas time, I am going to buy extra to freeze as I just know my family will love these muffins.
I have enjoyed my visit so I have become a new follower.
Best Wishes to you from England.
Aww you’re so sweet Daphne, Thanks so much for visiting! 🙂
Oooo….that glaze over those muffins looks amazing, Sheryl! Pinning!
I love these! Will fall peeking around the corner, this is perfect timing. Pinning to make!! Visiting from #FoodieFridays!
I love your Tea Muffins, Sheryl they look delicious! Thanks so much for sharing with Full Plate Thursday and have a great weekend!
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Thanks for coming and linking up at #The Weekend Social Sheryl. Please be sure to come back next week starting Thursdays at 9PM EST The Midnight Baker ! I hope to see you there!
These look like bakery muffins….they’re so beautiful, Sheryl!
Your recipe is featured on Full Plate Thursday this week. Hope you have a great weekend and enjoy your new Red Plate!
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Your recipe for Bigelow Cranberry Oatmeal Orange & Spice Tea Muffins sounds wonderful. Will give it a try. My favorite tea is Celestial Cinnamon Apple Spice, which is blended in Boulder Colorado. You might want to give it a try
They look beautiful! Where do you find the cake molds. Thank you for all your wonderful recipes! Happy New Year!!
Hi Mary, I found those at my local bakery supply store. I’m sure you can find them online. Here is a website I love to order from: http://welcomehomebrands-px.rtrk.com/collections/everyday