Tea Time #10
I want to thank everyone for joining me for Tea Time #9.
We had 5 lovely Tea Time entries, you can still see the Inlinkz page here: Inlinkz Tea Time #9
Here are the last Tea Time party goers who my greatest thanks go out to
- Lucile De Godoy – who brought us a fantastic majestic Tea, I almost went and put a dress on, oh my please go and take a look!
- Mara Eastern – brought us a eye dazzling photograph and some champagne, woohoo a girl can’t complain at that!
- Belgian Streets – brought us poetry and more champagne, oh my we had a bubbling time!
- Gluten Free Lekker Food – brought us a matcha cheesecake, oh yes you have to see it to believe it, wonderful!
- Debs World – brought us a really lovely heart warming post, please pop by to see what I mean.
Tea Time #10
The Inlinkz will close for Tea Time #10 will close on Friday 8th May 2015, wow we are in May already, where is the year going?
This event is for anything related to the ‘Experience of Tea Time’, so expand your mind and bring along pretty much anything you think might be welcome at a Tea Party, bearing in mind these parties can get quite wild!
If you need to familiarize yourself with what the Tea Time Event is, please follow the link which goes to the Tea Time Page – Tea Time Page
A quick summary of the process 😉
- Please grab a badge to display
- Tag your post Tea Time (#1 or #2 etc depending on which week it is)
- When you write your post, please link back to my post that it relates to
- Please then come to my post back here and enter the URL in to the InLinkz which you will find below. This collects all the entries and displays thumbnails on the InLinkz page so everyone can congregate together, find out what everyone is doing and party!
- Even if you are not posting a link, please pop by the InLinkz page to blog hop and enjoy everyone’s 2015 New Year Tea Party.
- Please don’t forget to put your link in to the InLinkz page, just click the tea picture below 🙂
So I present my treats for the Tea Time #10 :-
Honey & Raisin Chocolate Drops & Green Tea with Rice
Have you ever read “The Far Away Tree” by Enid Blyton? If so you might know what I mean, when I say I always wanted to taste Moonface’s Honey cakes. As a child I would dream of finding something that would taste the way it was described in the book.
Well I think I have discovered something that is pretty close, in fact this recipe has now been made a few times and requested a few times by family members. It literally is a honey treat with some choc chips thrown in. It remains soft and squidgy and oozing with flavour.
I also made my gluten free chocolate muffins again but this time I threw in some marshmallows, very naughty.
I teamed the Honey, Raisin and Chocolate Drops with a tea gifted to me which is green tea with rice, apparently commonly drunk in Japan. I have to say this was a perfect combination, the green tea nicely evident but not too strong and the rice gave it an extra boost with a gently lingering nutty flavour. Really yummy!
Honey & Raisin Chocolate Drops
4 oz Margarine
4 oz Liquid Honey
2 oz S R Flour
2 Tsp cocoa
6 oz Rolled Oats
3 oz Seedless Raisins
A few cooking chocolate drops
Cream margarine and honey.
Add the egg.
Mix together dry ingredients and stir in.
Drop teaspoonfuls of the mixture onto greased baking sheet and allow room to spread.
Bake in fairly slow oven until set (about 10 mins).
Thank you for popping by, I look forward to seeing all your posts, reading, commenting and generally chatting and having fun!!! 😀
So please come and join the Tea Time #10 Party, click the Tea badge below to go through to the InLinkz page to either post your tea time fun, or blog hop and visit others just to simply say ‘hello’ and see what they have done. Remember to pop back and say ‘hi’ every so often to see what new deliciousness or visual treats might be there. Justine xxxx
Have a little click below to enter or just enjoy!