Afternoon and High Tea Party Planner
156 Recipes Created by VEHAMILTON1
150 Recipes & Ideas! Use my "Tea Party Planner" to plan your next Brunch, Shower, Tea Party or a Wedding Reception! Enjoy!
Recipes in this Collection
Except for the "Elevenses", Afternoon Tea is served between the hours of 3:00-6:00pm.
The later the hour determines the amount and type of foods served.
Establish and appreciate your own special tea time. Relax and refocus your attention from the cares of the world.
Think upon your blessings, things that are beautiful and pure. Recount the joys in your life.
Pour your cup of tea, sit back in your favorite chair, escape from the pressures of the day and enjoy your precious quiet time. Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
Let's plan a Tea Party!
Informal Tea Parties are fun. Guests pour their own tea and help themselves to whatever they want to eat.
And you can use several teapots and offer a variety of teas to your guests.
As compared to a formal tea, the Hostess uses one teapot and pours tea for all of her quests. (cont...)
Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
This is a popular drink called "Mugicha" in Japan. It is noted for cooling down the body in hot weather, for cleansing the system, treatment for hemorrhoids, inflammatory arthritis and breaks up congestion, phlegm and other symptoms of colds and flues.
It can be served hot or on ice.Submitted by VEHAMILTON1
These cookies are great and satisfying!
When you are done cooking these you'll feel like you've just been to the confectioners shop!
Note*- You will need a piping bag with any 1cm tip. Parchment Paper and a Cookie Sheet.Submitted by MATTLAI7
Here a blended tea that will enliven, delight and refresh. Try it at breakfast for an uplifting start to the day. Stimulates circulation, warms the body, expels cold, stimulates digestion, and supports the kidneySubmitted by KM2993
I don't make my own pesto sauce for this recipe. I just buy it pre-made commercially.
You can also scale down the calories by switching the sourdough to whole wheat bread, and using mustard instead of mayo.Submitted by ~ASHLEYB~
Instead of a whole pie, try making bite-size tarts. The diminutive desserts cook quicker and are automatically portion controlled. Plus, they're easier to make for a crowd, and there's no need for a fork and plate.
Submitted by CHEF_MEG