Dust off your china, we're having high tea! From dainty macarons to luscious lamingtons, enjoy bite-sized treats with a cup of English Breakfast.
You can do it! Follow this macaron recipe and you will have baked the best biscuits ever. They're pretty as a picture and taste totally divine.
The big blue – blueberries and maple syrup with mascarpone is a fitting grand finale to any dinner party.
These taste so good you will not believe that they are gluten-free. You will absolutely melt with glee the moment you bite into one.
These lamingtons are based on a super simple, super quick, one-bowl butter cake recipe that requires no fussing at all. It is baked in a thin layer and then cut...
High tea recipes
The buttermilk in conjunction with the bicarbonate of soda helps to give these scones an extra lift.
The classic Cherry Ripe takes on a French favourite. If that vibrant pink colour is anything to go by, you know this recipe will be a crowd-pleaser.
Blending salty and sweet, this is a very Australian take on one of France's culinary icons.
Macaron mayhem is taking the Tim Tam slam to the next level and we're ready to crush it.
Pretty in pink – the Iced VoVo gets a taste of the cake-y side of life... and it loves it.
Wagon Wheel alert! Two black sesame biscuits, sandwiching a vanilla marshmallow and a layer of yuzu jam, all covered in black sesame white chocolate... sign us up...
Dial up your love of cake and spice with this family favourite that calls on preserved pumpkin and lime zest to seal the deal.
Channelling those Tim Tam vibes! Check out these incredibly moreish (and adorable) biscuits that are a matcha made in heaven! #BringBackTheClassics
Mastiha is such a unique intoxicating flavour, the sweet musky notes are unlike anything I have ever tasted. #BringBackTheClassics
If you're a sucker for flaky and buttery genius, then this is one recipe you'll have to master.
Like a giant profiterole, topped with a streusel-like mixture that adds sweetness and crunch.
These cakes capture the true essence of an aromatic, soul-warming Indian marsala chai (or chai tea).
Looks impressive but is really a one-bowl mix done in a food processor.
These are pretty much a fried scone and are packed with long-lasting dried fruits, perfect for those colder nights.