Wow! What a crazy couple of weeks it has been! My tea today is Jasmine and my sweet is pumpkin bread.Yum! So far this month, we had a cookie exchange and I baked Applesauce Raisin. They are a Christmas family tradition; my Great Grandmother started baking them.
Here's the recipe I used above;they are really easy to make.
I didn't know it only made 4 dozen so I had to make another batch because I needed 6 dozen!
They turned out wonderful!
Next, I needed to make the table arrangements so these cereal boxes turned into.........
These beautiful trees!
We had 16 ladies turn out to share in the fun! The boxes were provided for them and here's is what they went home with-
Here is a beverage table set with hot cocoa, tea and punch waiting for the guests!
Here's a variety of snacks for everyone to enjoy! Can't wait to share what else I have been up to.... Happy Tea day everyone!
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Tea time etiquette
When you are finished with your tea and food, it's the general consensus that the napkin should be placed to the RIGHT of the plate on the table. IF you need to leave your seat during the tea it is acceptable to place the napkin on your seat until you return.