Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week this August with one of these delicious recipes...
Classic scones from Fab Flour
We’d never say no to a scone, especially not when it’s topped with lashings of jam and cream! So we’re delighted to get baking with Will Torrent’s uncomplicated and stress-free Classic Scone recipe from his book, Afternoon Tea at Home.
Named to honour the union of Queen Victoria’s granddaughter with Prince Louis Battenberg in 1884, Battenberg sponge has a chequered design that is iconic among classic cakes.
These delightfully retro lemony gems are bound to bring back some wonderful memories of afternoon tea with the family. The icing can be challenging, but well worth the effort!
Full of flavour, this lemon and lime loaf cake is easy to prepare and is the perfect afternoon treat with a cup of tea
Each of these tartlets provides an irresistible mouthful of chocolate and berries – and make a really impressive, special display for Afternoon Tea Week celebrations.
If you love baking but would like to cut down on sugar and calories, then SPLENDA® could be your perfect choice for mouth-watering delights…
Millionaire's Shortbread from Miele
With layers of crumbly shortbread, sweet caramel and rich chocolate, it’s no wonder Millionaire’s Shortbread is a well-loved sweet treat for adults and kids alike!
Our Raspberry almond bakewells are a classic bakewell treat – with a fresh twist! Perfect for lazy summer afternoons or tea party, impress with these delicious treats.
Designed to be really simple and accessible – these don’t use a lot of ingredients, use simple equipment and still deliver great results.
While an éclair is indeed an indulgent treat, the lightweight pastry and filling won’t weigh you down on a hot day, and the chocolate raspberry filling brings a fresh fruit flavour to indulge your summer palate.
A rich, buttery shortbread with a delicate hint of champagne flavouring