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Pinkies Up! Recipes for a Tea Party Baby Shower
by Babble Editors
| Posted 2 years ago
Mom-to-be should be treated like royalty. Our simple, delicious, cute tea party recipes will have your guests saying, “More, please,” before you know it!
Cucumber "Crackers" with Hummus
For a healthy party snack, thick slices of cucumber topped with delicious homemade hummus are the perfect combination.Get the recipe!
Made with fresh, juicy strawberries, this sweet treat has a moist texture and a buttery flavor that's sure to please. Add a bit of lemon zest and a glittery topping of sugar and you have a scone that's extraordinarily good.Get the recipe!
Asparagus Tea Tip Sandwiches
These unique and tasty treats may look like they went to appetizer finishing school, but they're actually super easy to make and require only a few ingredients. Get the recipe!
Watermelon Petit Fours
These little treats are quick, easy, and healthy alternatives to those little French cakes they mimic. They're sure to be a hit with the mom-to-be! Get the recipe!
Glazed Lemon Scones
Light and lemony, these biscuit-like cakes will make a refreshing addition to any party menu. Plus, they're easy to prepare! Get the recipe!
Pickles in a Blanket
There's just something irresistible about the mini pickles. Mom-to-be and shower guests may never eat enough of them—so make plenty!Get the recipe!
Pastel Petit Fours
Dainty and sophisticated, these cakes are a real showstopper—especially for a special occasion like a baby shower. And since they're made from store-bought pound cake, they're easy to prepare. Get the recipe!
Tiny Taco Tarts
Mini phyllo shells, ready-made and smartly ornamental, are the secret here. Simply fill them with this delectable sour-cream-and-taco-seasoning-mix dip, and garnish. Yum!Get the recipe!
These peeled cucumber cups look wonderfully festive, plus they're a snap to make. The rounds provide the perfect base for all manner of tasty fillings. Flavored hummus works well.Get the recipe!
Any sandwich can be a tea sandwich, as long as it's sliced into neat, nearly-bite-size pieces. For extra fanciness, use a cookie cutter to punch out shapes from your sandwich bread. Maybe a rubber duckie?Get the recipe!