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For the Earl Grey Milk
300ml whole milk
3 heaped tbsp loose leaf Earl Grey tea (or 4 tea bags, emptied)

For the Cupcakes
250g softened unsalted butter
250g self raising flour
250g caster sugar
1/2 tsp bicarbonate of soda
4 large free range eggs
3 tbs earl grey milk

For the buttercream
300g softened unsalted butter
675g icing sugar, sifted
6 tbsp earl grey milk

For the Burnt Buttered Toast
3 slices of brown bread toasted and almost a little burnt
butter to spread on both sides

Also…
Marmalade!

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20 Comments

  1. Rejaul Karim Khan Sohel says:

    Cupcake jemma I hate

  2. Jimena T says:

    1:13 that little laugh is awesome

  3. Lorenville Aguilar says:

    Hi Jemma! Where did the other earl grey milk go?

  4. Akriti says:

    Is it possible to make these eggless??

  5. Hollandy Aura says:

    How long should I bake the cupcakes? At what temperature

  6. Laura Kleimann says:

    okay, I put mine in the cold oven for 20min at 200°C and they came out perfect! (Also I only took 2/3 of the amount to get to 12 instead of 21 cupcakes)

  7. Ari Gnwn says:

    Just made this and it came out so greasy at the bottom. Any insights? Taste good though.

  8. no no says:

    I've just baked these and the tea flavour isn't as prominent as I hoped it would be. I added half of the icing sugar to make the butter cream and baked them in a 180°C oven for 22 minutes (20-25 minutes would be a good range)

  9. Mallika Ven says:

    Only you can come up with such fantastic flavours, Jemma! Earl Grey, burnt toast and marmalade… what a genius combination!

  10. RLS Norton says:

    Thank you Jemma, I look forward to baking earl grey &?green tea breakfast cupcakes!

  11. Marium A says:

    Mine are baking in the oven the batter kind of split after the milk mixture was added? Hope they come out ok

  12. iluvemdan says:

    I have made these cupcakes twice and they were SO well-received! Really delicious! I actually added more of the earl grey-infused milk in my cupcake recipe and the batter was a bit thinner but it still baked really well. I also added more of the earl grey flavour to the icing… making this again today 🙂 so delicious, thank you for the recipe!

    Also, the toast makes for such a nice addition!

  13. Huong Nguyen says:

    If i dont use up all my butter cream, what should I do with it?

  14. K Horoski says:

    Cupcake Jemma. I am not a fan of buttercream, is it a favorite of yours?

  15. K Horoski says:

    +CupcakeJemma
    What about substituting butter for coconut oil? Is it just as good?

  16. Christopher Hutchins says:

    Ever made orange goo? I think we need a recipe 🙂

  17. CookingwithCharlie Hughes says:

    What oven temperature and duration time do you bake them for

  18. Ridley Jones says:

    Could add some almond extract to the buttercream and make it a London Fog 🙂

  19. squattybirb says:

    made these cupcakes for a dessert table!

    would recommend reducing the sugar to 350-400g and baking at 190 degrees Celsius for 14 mins

  20. jillhbaudhaan says:

    I know this is an old video but I rewatching because I want to make this for a family friend this week. Anyway, my question is does your husband have any tattoos? Could you answer in your next Q&A?

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