TLC Tea Cake is the name given to a delicious blend of green tea, green coffee and green lemonade that’s perfect for the cooler months.
The best part?
It’s made by hand using only the freshest ingredients, and it tastes great!
TLC tea cakes are perfect for tea parties and celebrations, too, because they’re a perfect way to celebrate the holidays with friends, family and coworkers!
But don’t just take our word for it.
The recipe for TLC Teacup is so easy and delicious that we can’t recommend it enough!
I love making TLC teacups because they allow you to enjoy them as a tea cake or a dessert, but the best part is that they’re gluten-free and vegan!
TLC teapots come in a wide range of sizes and are designed to hold a wide variety of cup sizes.
To get the best serving size, order from our TLC Cup Selection.
For larger sizes, order your teacup in two cups or larger.
You can make a big batch and then take it with you for your next party, birthday, anniversary or even to serve as a delicious dessert.
To make the best TLC cake, you’ll need:A large pot of boiling water.
A large, square pan or mug.
A blender (or blender-sized blender or food processor).
A strainer (or large bowl).
A large pot with lid.
A spatula to stir the water into the cake batter.
And a bowl to mix the batter.
If you’re not using a strainer, use a spatula instead.
For the best results, preheat the oven to 350 degrees Fahrenheit.
Pour the water over the top of the pot and stir until the cake is completely set.
Let it sit for about 5 minutes, then flip it over and let it sit another 5 minutes.
Pour in the batter, and let the batter cool in the bowl for about 30 seconds before you pour it into the pot.
Bake in the oven for 45 minutes, until the top is slightly golden.
Let cool completely in the pan on a wire rack.
(If the cake isn’t completely set, you can flip it, but you’ll want to let it cool completely.)
After it’s cool, it’s ready to serve!
(For more ideas for TPL cakes, check out this recipe for green tea tea and green coffee.)
Toluene: For the flavor, add about 2 teaspoons of TLC powder to the boiling water and stir it into all of the ingredients.
Add a tablespoon or two of TPL to each cup of tea cake.
To make a thicker cake, add a little more TLC, but it’s not necessary.
If using tea cake, just use more water and mix it all together.
If you’re using tea as a beverage, add 3 tablespoons of TCL powder to each quart of tea, but make sure it’s the same consistency.
Use a blender or a food processor to mix everything together until you have a smooth batter.
Put the cake into the freezer and let sit for 10 minutes, or until firm and spreadable.
(If the TLC isn’t set yet, the cake should be spreadable after about 30 minutes.
It should still have a little liquid in it.)
You can serve it warm or chilled, with or without garnishes, and enjoy with fresh fruit or nuts.