The flavors of creamy chai tea in a perfectly baked sugar cookie.
My daughter is home with me during the day now that I’m homeschooling her and we’ve been in the kitchen a lot testing out recipes. One of her favorite things is Chai tea. So when she stumbled across a recipe for how to make chai sugar to top pretty much anything, I knew we had to try them on cookies to add to our platters this holiday season.
Chai Tea Sugar
The chai tea sugar is what makes these cookies incredible! You can make up a batch to sprinkle over just about anything sweet to transform it. I recommend making it a couple days before you bake the cookies to allow the flavors to melt together.
We enjoyed eating these cookies with a tall glass of milk, and they’re also perfect served with a hot cup of coffee or tea.
I even used the leftover sugar to top some scones I whipped up the other day and they turned out so good!
- Sugar: I used cane sugar
- Vanilla: A vanilla bean is better than extract for this
- Spices: ground cardamon, cinnamon, ginger, cloves, and black pepper
Scroll down for the printable chai tea sugar cookie recipe…
It’s hard to believe I’ve never posted a cookie recipe on my blog before. I guess it’s because I’ve never thought myself much of a baker, but it’s something I’ve been improving on year after year. I realized having the right tools for the job makes baking easier and more enjoyable.
- Kitchen Aid Mixer
- Rolling pin
- Measuring Cups and spoons (oval)
- Non Stick Cookie Sheets
- Favorite tiered cooling rack
I hope you love this cookie recipe! I know we will be making many more batches to add to our Christmas cookie trays for neighbors and friends this year.
Talk to you soon