Our Most Popular High Tea Recipes of 2018

We feature the most popular and delightful High Tea recipes from our favourite venues and Pastry Chefs.

From the Plain Scone recipe form the CWA, the Strawberry Tart recipe by Kirsten Tibballs to the Blueberry Friand recipe from High Tea at The Hatter & The Hare, here are nine of our most popular recipes for 2018.

 

Top High Tea Recipes of 2018

Scones with jam and cream

CWA Plain Scone Recipe

This recipe comes from the CWA archive and features in their cookbook “Everything I know about cooking I learned from the CWA of NSW”.
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Hopetoun Tea Room Scone Recipe

Hopetoun Tearooms Scone Recipe

The scone recipe from the renowned Hopetoun Tearooms in Melbourne’s Block Arcade.
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Scones with jam and cream

Perfect Scone Recipe

How to make the perfect scones from Clinton Jackson, Executive Chef at Intercontinental Melbourne The Rialto.
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Sausage Rolls

Sausage Roll Recipe

This sausage roll recipe from the cookbook “Everything I know about cooking I learned from the CWA of NSW” is perfect for your next High Tea at home.
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Scones

The Hotel Windsor’s Scone Recipe

The scone recipe from one of Australia’s most loved Afternoon Tea destinations, The Windsor Hotel Melbourne.
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Freshly baked scones at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne

Freshly Baked Scone Recipe

The scone recipe from Jason Camillo, Executive Chef, at the Grand Hyatt Melbourne.
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Strawberry Tart
Strawberry Tart recipe by Kirsten Tibballs.
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Blueberry Friand, from The Hatter & The Hare

Blueberry Friand recipe from High Tea at The Hatter & The Hare.
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Chicken & Cranberry Pinwheel Sandwiches

Chicken and Cranberry Pinwheel Sandwich recipe by ‘Eat Pray Workout’ blogger Amy Darcy.

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Annelise is a recent Journalism graduate from Swinburne University of Technology. She is currently freelancing in Melbourne to gain more experience and build her portfolio. She enjoys writing lifestyle journalism and is always looking for a story to tell. In her spare time she performs in local community theatre and recently had the honour of performing as part of a Broadway concert at Carnegie Hall.

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