Your Guide to Traditional British Desserts for Tea Time

With the approach of Valentine’s Day, your thoughts might turn to something sweet for your sweetie, especially if you are planning a “tea time for two”! So, here is your guide to traditional British Desserts for tea time. Choose the one you think says, “I love you.” Many are easy to prepare and suit even the American palate.

This list purposely does not include British sweet “puddings.” As tasty as they are, they seem a bit too heavy for such an occasion as a Valentine’s Day tea time. The list has been divided into three roughly equal parts, each with it’s own picture gallery.

Pies and Tarts

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Cakes

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Other Sweets

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Wishing You a Sweet Tea Time!

These are just some of the more common traditional British desserts. We hope they will make your Valentine’s Day tea time very sweet indeed.

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