Saturday, October 29, 2016

How To Make A Delicious Mini Tea Biscuit And A Tea Party...

 

How To Make Mini Biscuits, Living From Glory To Glory Blog...

Why having a tea party is so good for one's outlook on being a wife and mother and a lady!
Even little girls love tea parties.

Do you have a teapot?
If you do not have a teapot you must be on the lookout for one!
You can find them in antique stores, or a yard sale, even TJ Max sells them.
I have a few of them myself; and I even have a few single serve ones.
These little ones are nice for just yourself!

Here is a lovely two tiered plate filled with some tea party mini biscuits!
Tea Biscuit, Living From Glory To Glory Blog

These little tea biscuits or scones are so delicious!
I got this recipe from Lydia when I was out there visiting her,
She was gracious enough to share it with me!

I will share it with you also at the end of this post!


Tea Party Sandwiches... Living From Glory To Glory Blog

These little sandwiches were so good, they were filled with cream cheese spread
And chicken filling that was super yummy.
As we all know we can use just about anything inside our little bite size
tea sandwiches. I was told you could leave the crust on the bread because her
In America our breads are so soft and the crust is quite tasty.

We also had a riny glass cupped filled with cooked apples with a crumb topping 
on top of them, but of course we had a dollop of fresh whip cream to top them off!


Serving tea is not just enjoying the tea itself, but we can also really
Enjoy the preparations for it!

I am learning to take pleasure in the process of all that I do for myself
and my family and loved ones.
You can truly make a burden out of everything if you are not aware of
how wonderful everything smells and taste if you add love!


Mini Biscuits For Tea

2 cups Flour
1 Tablespoon Baking Powder
1/8 tsp. Salt

In a bowl now add separately
1/2 cup oil
(I used a light olive oil)
1 Egg
1/2 Cup of milk

Mix the wet ingredients up well and now add to the dry ingredients;
You can add a bit of sugar if you want a sweet biscuit!

Mix the dough till all is moist and now pat it out to cut out your biscuits.
I used a small glass to make a tiny biscuit, you can use anything round.

Bake in a 350 degree preheated oven for only 10 to 12 minutes;
Just check the bottoms to see if they are slightly browned.

Serve these mini biscuits with some jelly of your choice;
Top them with a bit of whip cream!!


I have been looking for a small biscuit cutter, but so far I have only
A middle size one and so I am using a shot glass cup LOL




11 comments:

Debbie Harris said...

Hello dear Roxy~~
What a sweet post and your teapot is lovely. :)
I appreciate you sharing the mini recipe with us, such a great idea.
There's nothing like a spot of tea with a a tasty treat to go along with it.

Have a beautiful and blessed day,sweet lady~~

Betsy said...

Lovely. Your teapot pictured is almost identical to mine! It's been a long time since I used it since I tend to just make a cup at a time. I need to get it out again. Thank you for the inspiration.
Blessings,
Betsy

Christine said...

I love Tea Parties, too.
As a child and now with my grand daughters.
Every party is different, but with two ingredients, tea and loved ones!
Thank you for the recipe.

NanaDiana said...

I just copied that recipe down. Wouldn't my grandgirls love these? What a fun recipe. Thanks so much for the sweet post. xo Diana

NanaNor's said...

Blessings to you Roxy, I'd love to come have tea with you-everything looks so delicious. I'd have to use gf flour to make the goodies. Hope you have a great weekend.
Hugs, Noreen

Jennifer said...

How very splendid! Tea parties aren't something that I've done much...but this inspires me to try! We do have an afternoon snack, and my daughter made orangesicle truffles a couple days ago. Usually a treat and fruit.

I love tea pots and fancy tea cups. Hard to find where I live. I have one that holds about three cups of tea and then a single serve one that I use for myself. We drink lots of tea in our house and it's so relaxing and refreshing! I have a couple nice tea cups and I love using them.

Thanks for the recipe for your biscuits. I love how dainty the look. :)

dolores moore said...

I love your teapot Roxy. I love tea time gatherings. I have tea with my Jesus every morning as I read the Bible and talk with him. Your writings are a blessing to me.🕆🕊

Deborah Montgomery said...

Nothing like a tea party for slowing down and savoring life and friends and loved ones. There is something so comforting about seeing all the pretty accoutrements and enjoying the dainty treats. Those little biscuits look delicious! I love your teapot. I have the same style with blue flowers on it, although I like yours better. :)
Love, Deborah

janice15 said...

Dearest Roxy, I made your mini meat loaves in my new pumpkin muffin baker they came out so good I used ground turkey because I cant have beef.. They were a hit here.. Thank you for sharing that recipe. .. I own probably too many teapots these days but I love everyone of them... And since mama passed on I seemed to have made my own little world. I make tea trays for myself all the time... I have had a few tea parties mostly with family grand children. They love it, in fact my granddaughter just spoke of it the other day saying we need to have a tea party grandma, she is now 16.. A few teas back her and her sister were responsible for everything and they did a great job.. These lovely biscuits would be perfect for them to make.. I'm excited.. I ejoy the preparation of the tea party to.. Have a most wonderful day with love Janice ps, thank you so much for sharing

Linda Walker said...

What a sweet tea pot! I agree that it's all about enjoying the process of preparing things for those we love! Tea is especially easy to make special with little sandwiches and sweet, pretty treats. I love tea parties too! Everything here looks so nice!

Anne Payne said...

Hey, Roxy! I have a full-size teapot but rarely actually put tea in it. I'm hoping that will change one of these days. I do use a single serve teapot and also an infuser teacup I recently received in an exchange at Stephanie's. Your sandwiches and teacakes look delicious! I'm going to save the recipes and perhaps that is what I will take as part of my snack contribution next week at my ladies Bible study. Much love to you, my friend!

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