Tea pairs well with banana bread. Its soft texture and sweet banana flavor make it irresistible. It's great for using up overripe bananas. Walnuts or honey provide crunch and flavor.
Warm, fragrant cinnamon rolls are a staple. Their pleasant, moderate bitterness complements tea. Bake them beforehand or serve them hot. Rich cream cheese frosting.
Oatmeal pie is healthy and decadent. Its creamy filling with oats and brown sugar goes well with tea. This rich pie will satisfy your sweet taste. Fiber-rich oats will keep you full without overeating.
Muffin mix waffles spice up afternoon tea. They're crispy outside, soft inside, and sweet for tea. They're versatile—use any muffin mix flavor. Afternoon treat: butter or syrup.
Deviled eggs are lovely, protein-packed afternoon tea snacks. Creamy, tasty, and bite-sized. Add bacon, chives, or avocado to the standard mayo, mustard, and paprika. Tea's bitterness contrasts well with the filling's smoothness.
Afternoon tea with brioche French toast is lavish. Brioche's buttery flavor and fluffy texture absorb the egg and milk mixture, elevating French toast. It's a delicious teatime treat with maple syrup or powdered sugar.
Lemon Blueberry Scones are buttery scones with lemon and blueberry tastes. Lemon refreshes your tea, complementing its warmth. They're easy to make and perfect for afternoon tea.
Strawberry shortcake pairs well with afternoon tea. The fluffy biscuit foundation, juicy strawberries, and whipped cream topping create mouth-watering layers of texture and flavor. It's a light dessert.