Sunday, 1 April 2012

Tea Time Treats Blogging Challenge: April



Following last month's scrumptious scone round-up (with over 56 entires!!) by the brilliant Karen from Lavender and Lovage, April's Tea Time Treats theme is:

EASTER!

But of course! Yep, if you're baking up a storm this Easter don't forget to send in your super Simnel Cakes, your heavenly Hot Cross Buns, your crackin' chocolaty creations and your egg-cellent Easter treats!

As always, the guidelines for Tea Time Treats can be found here. All tasty types of treats, sweet and savoury, are most welcome and don't forget to email teatimetreats@yahoo.co.uk by 28th April 2012 to be included in the round-up! 

Happy Baking!









9 comments:

  1. Ooh eggs-celllent! Already have something planned for later this week , can't wait to share :)

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  2. Yeah! Can't wait to see all those amazing Easter bakes!! I've just posted an Easter treat that might do! :)

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  3. THANKS Kate! Part two of the round up is posted now and here is the link!
    http://www.lavenderandlovage.com/2012/04/the-second-sitting-at-the-big-fat-scones-tea-party-tea-time-treats-scones-march-2012.html

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  4. Ooh lovely jubly. Will get baking!

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  5. Perfect, I already have some ideas and family coming to eat them!

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  6. I'm so egg-cited! Your photos are wonderful, love the cute little chicks peeping out from their basket and the egg that one of them is hatching out of is just great . I want to replicate it for Easter Sunday! xx

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  7. That's a great theme, I can't wait to see what everyone comes up with! I've awarded you a Happy Blogger award, check it out here http://www.carolinemakes.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/im-happy.html

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  8. Yay, can't wiat to join in the round-up this week! I'll be entering with my easter lemon macaroons :D

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  9. Hi Kate ! A tea time treat with focus on Easter is going to be a bit of challenge for me being a Dane. Yes, we do celebrate Easter having an Easter vacation of 5 days off incl the week-end. But the Danish Easter celebrating is having focus on lunch tables with marinated herrings and aquavita. And for the sweet part we are eating Easter Egg od chocolate or marzipan combined with chocolate. Anyway I find something, which will be fitting on this Easter tea table.

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