Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Cream tea. Get inspired and try out new things.
Did you know that there are three types of afternoon tea? Cream tea, paired with scones, jam, and cream; light tea, paired with scones and sweets; and the most elaborate one, full tea, paired with savories, scones, sweets, and a dessert.
TasteAtlas saved to Around the World
Traditional afternoon tea is served in three courses usually on a three-tiered tray. What gets eaten first? Follow this guide to do afternoon tea properly.
Linda Linda saved to Tea Party
How to make Clotted Cream for the Perfect Cream Tea. It's very little effort to make a thick, velvety cream, perfect for scones with jam.
Steph G saved to Delicious | Sweet Treats
Sunday Tea Party! Devon Cream Tea with Strawberry Jam and Scones - Recipes for Strawberry Jam and Scones for the perfect cream tea!
Crystal Nash saved to Delicious
Traditional homemade scones with strawberry jam and clotted cream. Don't forget to put the jam on first for a true Cornish experience!
sandy lister saved to Tea Time
57 · 22 minutes · Recipe video above. Super quick and easy classic plain scone recipe, fluffy inside with golden tops. Using a food processor is not only easier, it eliminates common pitfalls when it comes to making scones. Serve with copious amounts of jam and cream!
- • 1 Strawberry jam
Baking & Spices
- • 1 Flour
- • 3 cups Self raising flour
- • 1/2 tsp Vanilla extract
- • 1 tbsp White sugar
- • 80 g Butter, salted
- • 1 cup Milk
- • 1 Milk
- • 250 ml Whipping cream
AshbyTheodora saved to Tea parties
Butter Tea is a popular drink in Bhutan made from mixing black tea with cream and butter and is perfect for keeping warm on a cold day.
Angie Guld saved to Drinks
Afternoon tea. You don’t have to be British and you don’t have to be a six-year-old girl to have fun with this idea. Hosting an afternoon tea is a sweet way to let your girlfriends know you appreciate them.
Dawn Klinge saved to above the waves
You just can’t beat a cream tea, it’s one of the greatest pleasures offered up in the British countryside. You simply won’t find an old English town without a tea shop with scones in the window and clotted cream ready to go. While we’re all home for a while, why not make your own? This […]
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