10 super Easter tea ideas
Easter Tea! The best way to skip preparing an elaborate Easter meal and still have a fun festive food gathering with the family! Tea cakes, finger sandwiches, cookies or eggy treats take your pick out of these delicious fun recipes that make sure you throw that soiree in style
Cake pops are something you can make and be sure of it getting eaten up within minutes. In this easy DIY recipe all you need is cake crumbs, chocolate and some creativity. Stuff them with a tiny marzipan Easter egg, coat with chocolate and decorate with sprinkles and other cake decorations of your choice. Add ears and what do you have? An Easter bunny!
Bread slices slathered in English mustard, topped with a slice each of glorious ham and gooey cheese taken to the next level by dunking them in seasoned eggs and pan frying them in butter. Here is presenting - ham and cheese French toast! It’s not possible to rebuff the glorious smells of this one.
Soft boiled eggs, coated in creamy mashed potatoes rolled in vermicelli straws and deep fried to golden brown perfection – it’s hard to find a savoury recipe more perfect for Easter. The combination of crisp vermicelli, smooth potatoes, egg white and the rich creamy egg yolk together makes this a dish worth the mild effort.
Even if the little Easter bunnies at home are not big fans of carrots, this recipe will have them asking for seconds. Soft spongy carrot cake slices with a sweet crunchy, walnut and carrot ribbon studded cream cheese icing. For the sake of a tea party we turned this gorgeousness into a sweet tea sandwich no one can say no to.
Soft mushy antioxidant laden fingers of avocado, crumbed coated and fried to crisp perfection. Served with a dip made with four of our favourite sauces – mayo, mustard, ketchup and tobasco - you are never going to go back to frying plain old potatoes again.
The fanciness of a brulee, the simplicity of baking a tart and the delicious flavours of chocolate and coffee all packed in one pretty looking recipe. The short crust tart recipe in this one is ultimate, but if you want to really cut down your cooking time, store bought tart shells work just fine.
Salted cracker biscuits piped with cheese spread and a creamy Thai sweet chilli sauce. Topped with strips of green capsicum and two pretty olives – it gives you a bunch of perfectly matched flavours and textures in a mouthful. The olives’ resemblance to tiny black Easter eggs is just an added advantage!
Crumbly refined flour, whole wheat and oats scones studded with walnuts, baked to perfection and served drizzled with a glorious golden maple syrup glaze and a dollop of ice cream. Treats like these should be made in a large batch because no one can do with just one helping.
This one is as tasty as it is simple to whip up - exactly what you want an Easter tea party sandwich to be. Chicken breast marinated in a honey, orange zest and spice mix - grilled, shredded and filled along with other delicious ingredients like mayo and cheese between slices of robust multigrain bread. This one takes care of all the criteria for a great finger sandwich.
Dollops of a golden fudgy salted caramel sauce sandwiched between two crisp crunchy almond flour biscotti. Few other things can satisfy so much in just one bite. This biscuit sandwich has to be on your tea table this Easter!
With recipes like these your Easter tea party is bound to be a stunner. Browse through SanjeevKapoor.com for more such recipes that make festivals so much more fun!