Throw a Strawberry Tea for Breast Cancer Care this summer and bake up a storm for charity with one of our delicious strawberry cake and bake recipes. For inspiration on what to make, take a look at our 25 Strawberry Tea treats, including cakes, cheesecakes, savoury treats and drinks...
Throw a Strawberry Tea for Breast Cancer Care this summer and bake up a storm for charity with one of our delicious Strawberry Tea cake and bake recipes.There’s nothing better than tea and cake with friends, especially when it raises money for a good cause. Breast Cancer Care’s Strawberry Tea is back for 2014. Simply get together with friends for a tea party between 1 June to 31 August and ask for a donation.
This beautiful no-bake strawberry cloud cake by TV cook Annabel Langbein has got afternoon tea written all over it! Top with fresh raspberries or any spare strawberries.
This cheat’s strawberry and mascarpone shortbreads recipe is a great one to throw together if you’re short of time. Simply fill ready-made shortbreads with strawberries and cream for an impressive light bite.
No tea party is complete without a cream tea. Stay on theme and make your own fruity scones with this strawberry and orange scones recipe.
Macaroons are a little tricky to perfect but they’re worth the effort. Bring a sophisticated touch to your gathering with these pink strawberry macaroons.
This strawberry, mint and balsamic cheesecake recipe was given to us by Royal Wedding baker Fiona Cairns to support Breast Cancer Care’s Strawberry Teas. This stunning cake will make the perfect centre-piece for your spread.
Chocolate-covered strawberries are the ultimate indulgence and are the perfect topping for these beautiful chocolate and strawberry shortbreads.
A light smoked salmon blini is a quick and easy canape to whip up. Simply top ready-made blinis with salmon and a sour cream and mustard dressing and you’re good to go!
These lower-fat bite-sized strawberry cheesecake pots are just the right size for an afternoon tea treat.
These summery avocado and tomato bruschetta take less than 20 minutes to assemble. You can make them any size you like, mini if you’re having a buffet-style party or larger if yours is more of a sit-down affair.
No spread is complete without some pastries. You can make these spicy puff pastry straws in advance and freeze them until the day.
With a thick layer of strawberry jam, a Victoria sponge is an obvious cake to make for a Strawberry Tea. These individual Victoria sponges are a cute take on a classic.
If you’ve got the girls round, why not indulge with a little Champagne cocktail? Light and refreshing, this easy cocktail needs just 3 ingredients.
If you want to break up all the pink and red on your buffet table, these summery asparagus, broad bean, and mozzarella bruschetta should do the trick.
Goodtoknow’s cupcake queen Victoria Threader made these delicious Strawberry Tea cupcakes especially for the Breast Cancer Care campaign. Filled with cream and topped with a simple strawberry jelly, they’re quick and easy enough to copy at home.
Get your Strawberry Tea guests trying something new with this surprisingly delicious strawberry salad. The strawberries are really complemented by the flavours of the goat’s cheese and balsamic vinegar.
A good tea party needs some savouries in the mix, and these classic British Coronation chicken sarnies are always popular with a crowd.
A Strawberry Tea party sounds like a good excuse for a glass of Pimm’s to us! Serve big pitchers of our very berry Pimm’s with cute stripey straws and lots of fresh strawberries.
This classic sponge is packed with fresh and juicy berries and it’s really, easy to make too. Serve the strawberry cake with plenty of whipped or clotted cream.
Mmmm, how we love a mini quiche – the hardest thing is not snaffling them all before our guests show up. These delicious red onion quiches can be served hot or cold.
Make these ham sandwiches tea party-worthy by spread them with Tewkesbury butter – softened salty butter mixed with grain mustard and a little horseradish. Go easy on the horseradish to keep all your guests happy!
These fancy looking smoked salmon, cottage cheese and rocket rolls are easy to assemble in a hurry when you’ve got a crowd to feed. They’re from Slimming World to boot!
Look at all the gorgeous ripe strawberries in this Pimm’s tart. It’s so much easier than it looks to make too – all you need is a bought pastry case, strawberries and some jelly!
These pretty strawberry cupcakes have an unusual ingredient – basil! Trust us, the flavours go really well together. The cakes are topped with vanilla frosting and finished with homemade pink strawberry sugar. Double the quantities to make 12.
Goodtoknow user Carolyn sent us the recipe for her delicious mini strawberry cheesecakes. As if the filling wasn’t yummy enough, the pastry is made with cookie dough!