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    The Mad Hatter's Tea Party!

    A collection of some of our tea-time recipes; inspired by our thread in the Table Settings & Decorating Ideas Forum - hosted by Dreamgoddess. Join The Teapot Collector's Club and see our teapot photos, as well as these tea-time recipes...........Now with added recipes for the Afternoon Tea and Light Supper event in the Photo's Forum's February 2010 event!
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    My dgf and I had afternoon tea in Disney and jam tarts, YUM! So I was looking for something and found this on a website SO GOOD! I used a store pie crust (the one they sell in the diary section) *Try jams like strawberry, peach, raspberry, cherry, boysenberry, blueberry, and blackberry... WHATEVER JAM YOU LIKE. Found on www.beyondwonderful.com.

    Recipe #264597

    Jam tarts are a quintessential British teatime treat - little crispy short crust pastry rounds filled with assorted fruit jams, such as strawberry, raspberry, apricot, blackcurrant and lemon curd. They were the first things my mum taught me to bake when I was little, and in turn, I taught my daughter how to make them when she was very small. Here I have suggested that as a Valentine's Day treat, you top the jam tarts with a little pastry heart........after all, the way to a loved one's heart is through their stomach! Jam Tarts normally do NOT have any pastry topping however, so for the rest of the year, just make them as posted with no pastry lid, or use other suitable shapes appropriate for a special event. I have posted homemade short crust pastry, it is so easy to make and is far superior to ready-made, although I DO use ready-made when I am short of time! Try to use good quality or homemade jams and jellies, the higher the fruit content, the less the jam or jelly will bubble out of the pastry case. These are essential for any English Tea Party, especially if Alice in Wonderland has been invited............along with the white rabbit! Have fun!

    Recipe #349170

    My Mom gave me this recipe for jam tarts a few years ago. It was my Grandma's recipe which she had used time and time again. My Mom has changed it over the years to her way of liking.

    Recipe #111573

    One of my favorite holiday cookies! I make these for Valentine's Day and Christmas! A very delicious tender, sweet cookie.

    Recipe #135768

    A delicious tart that is sooooo easy to make.

    Recipe #149116

    Oh these are so good. If you are not a tart lover, you will definitely be after trying one of these. This is my mom's recipe and is so good and will help any sweet tooth!

    Recipe #257079

    These cookies are a very simple Scottish recipe, similar to the more popular Scottish favourite shortbread.

    Recipe #50608

    Another Valentine delectable! These are fun to make and sooo good to eat! I love the richness of the cookie with the chocolate icing. They are also very pretty on a plate once they're all decorated. Great for a Valentine party!

    Recipe #75105

    I found this recipe on the Land O'Lakes Butter Website & made some for Christmas last year. They were the first to dissapear from each platter & the ones that got the most requests for recipes. Place the melted chocolate into a ziplock bag & cut off a tiny corner. Use this to drizzle the chocolate over the cookies.

    Recipe #84805

    I made these with my grandaughter to leave by the fireside for Santa. Mrs Claus really liked them!!!

    Recipe #85412

    My cousin in Ireland gave me this authentic recipe. Quick, simple and excellent.

    Recipe #103147

    2 Reviews |  By Courtly

    These cookies are from "Argo Corn Starch". They sound so good!

    Recipe #108056

    Recipe #116043

    This is an excellent recipe to use with my collection of cookie stamps..Holds the pattern very well..

    Recipe #118586

    A shortbread variation of the familiar thumbprint cookie. Please add an hour refrigeration time for the dough. From Taste of Home (April/May 2001)

    Recipe #120590

    Show someone you love how sweet you think they are with these wonderful, refreshing, and RICH heart-shaped cookies. Found original recipe in a newspaper and just tweaked until the "Ooooo's!" and "Ahhhhh's!" convinced me it was ready for prime-time sharing! Trick is to get the lemon glaze just the right consistency, so that it spreads easily, but sets firm enough. Depends on your weather/humidity/ambient temperature on the day you bake. WORTH IT!

    Recipe #125326

    I just love shortbread cookies..don't you if you don't have a shortbread mold, just use 2 9" pie pans..prick all over..sprinkle with cinnamon sugar and score each pan into 8 wedges..do not cut all the way through...bake as directed..cool on rack and finish cutting wedges

    Recipe #126913

    From a brand name baking magazine. Enjoy!

    Recipe #140751

    This is a recipe that I learned in Austria, where it is a standard for the Christmas season. Western Austrians love hazelnuts, and use them in the majority of their baked goods. These are traditionally hand formed into half moon shapes, but I prefer to roll them into small balls and press a whole hazelnut into the top. Preparation time does not include chilling of dough.

    Recipe #148594

    These are the ones my mom makes. i've had such a craving for them lately, and since i moved a few provinces away, i have to make them myself now :( Anyway, they were just as good as i remember them.

    Recipe #149029

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