These Tea Pot Biscuits are great for many occasions. As so many biscuits, they look amazing.
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These High Tea Lemon Biscuits are great for many occasions. As so many biscuits, they look amazing
via and recipe available Aunt Nubby’s Kitchen.
Snippet: A posh version of morning or afternoon tea, served socially to groups of guests or commercially as a high-priced afternoon cuppa with a menu of gourmet eats.
These Taro, Matcha, and Thai Tea Biscuits are great for many occasions. As so many biscuits, they look amazing.
via and recipe available Talida Bakes
Taro: A tropical Asian plant of the arum family that has edible starchy corms and edible fleshy leaves,
esp. a variety with a large central corm grown as a staple in the Pacific
Matcha: A powdered green tea used in the Japanese tea ceremony
Thai Tea: A drink made from strongly-brewed powdered black tea. It is sweetened with sugar, and condensed milk is then added, giving it spicy-sweet taste and a creamy appearance. It is usually served iced.
via and recipe available Sugar & Spice
Snippet: Chocolate chips are small chunks of chocolate. They are often sold in a round, flat-bottomed teardrop shape. They are available in numerous sizes, from large to miniature, but are usually around 1 cm in diameter.
These Tea Cup Biscuits are great for many occasions. As so many biscuits, they look amazing.
via and recipe available Planning With Kids
Snippet: Teacup biscuits are a great treat for parties – kids or adults. They look and taste great and are surprisingly easy to make.
For Interest: The Definition of “Party”: A social gathering of invited guests, typically involving eating, drinking, and entertainment.