14 High Tea Recipes

  • 14 High Tea Recipes 1 of 15
    Scones, coffee cake, and more fancy desserts
  • Blueberry Lemon Cream Scones 2 of 15
    Lemon zest puts a little more spring in the step of these already tangy blueberry scones. Make blueberry lemon cream scones »
  • Ginger Oat Shorties 3 of 15
    Wholesome oats meet crystallized ginger for a beautiful, golden treat that'’s halfway between an oatmeal cookie and a blondie. Make ginger oat shorties »
  • Vanilla Bean Strawberry Jam 4 of 15
    Nothing goes better with crumpets than a layer of freshly made strawberry jam. Make vanilla bean strawberry jam »
  • Classic Cream Scones 5 of 15
    You'’ll be in heaven after one bite of these divine cream scones, which are made with all cream and no butter so they'’re not overly rich. Make classic cream scones »
  • Blueberry Coffee Cake 6 of 15
    Moist and flavorful with just the right amount of crumble, this coffee cake is a sweet way to kick-start high tea. Make blueberry coffee cake »
  • Lemon Chiffon Cake 7 of 15
    Chiffon cake is lighter and fluffier than traditional cake, making it just the right consistency for an afternoon tea party. Make lemon chiffon cake »
  • Brown Sugar Tea Cake 8 of 15
    You won'’t have to feel too guilty while snacking on this tea cake; it ha’s less than 2 grams of fat and only 125 calories per serving! Make brown sugar tea cake »
  • Classic Cranberry Coffee Cake 9 of 15
    We love the tart cranberries scattered throughout this classic treat, but feel free to experiment with other fruit, like rhubarb, cherries, or apples. Make classic cranberry coffee cake »
  • Blueberry Philly Cheese Pound Cake 10 of 15
    Red, white, and blue colors make this deliciously dense pound cake perfect for your more patriotic gatherings —— whether you're British or American! Make blueberry Philly cheese pound cake »
  • Lemon Squares 11 of 15
    A creamy lemon topping combines with a simple shortbread crust for a treat you'’ll love at first bite. Make lemon squares »
  • Rose Cupcakes 12 of 15
    These gorgeous (and surprisingly simple) cupcakes are elegant enough for even the daintiest of your tea party guests. Make rose cupcakes »
  • Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough Cupcakes 13 of 15
    Talk about the element of surprise; one bite of these devil food cupcakes reveals a chocolate chip cookie hidden inside! Make chocolate chip cookie dough lover cupcakes »
  • Carrot Cake 14 of 15
    This traditional carrot cake is just as good the next day — if you’'d like to give your guests a tasty parting gift ... Make carrot cake »
  • Chocolate Buttermilk Quick Cake 15 of 15
    Like its name suggests, this quick cake is easy to whip up in a flash and will fill you up without really weighing you down. Make chocolate buttermilk quick cake »
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