Tea sandwiches are the ultimate in glamour and sophistication. There are so many ways to make them too. I love having a selection of tiny tea sandwiches because you get to sample a variety of delicious things. Tea sandwiches are the perfect food for baby and bridal showers, but kids love them too because they are little. Here are some fabulous and mouthwatering choices. Let me know which one is your favorite.
Whether it’s for an event or simply to offer guests, knowing how to make a good tea sandwich is essential for your party planning repertoire. You can’t just assume that everyone will know what a great tea sandwich should be like, so it is important to understand how to make the best tea sandwiches!
In this article we will explain everything you need to know about making a delicious tea sandwich that is tasty and good looking.
We will explain why you should have a few different types of tea in your cupboard, how to choose the bread, what cheese and condiments you can use on your sandwiches, and of course - what the best way to eat them.
1 Strawberry Cream Cheese
I love strawberry flavored anything, so I am always excited when a new dessert is introduced to the market. If you are also a strawberry lover then you will love these strawberries cream cheese tea sandwiches. The best part about it is that all of the ingredients are simple which makes them incredibly easy to make. There really is no need for complicated baking instructions because they don't take any longer than just "spread and slice".The prefect sweet and savory sandwich for anyone with Diabetic, Gluten Free, or allergy concerns. Just choose the bread that's best for you.
2 Variety of Tea Sandwiches Arranged on the Tray
This tray of tea sandwiches has many kinds of spreads, including egg salad, tuna salad, cream cheese and honey with raisins, pimento cheese with bacon and more. The sandwiches range in size and flavor.The types of sandwiches range from simple to unique. For example, there is a sandwich that uses pork tenderloin instead of bread, and it has a spicy mustard spread. The traditional chicken salad sandwich has been given an "adult" flavor with a sprinkle of pepper on the egg salad.Pimento cheese is one of my favorites, and I have found that cutting the sandwiches into squares makes them easier to handle when eating. With all the different flavors, it's almost impossible not to find something you like in this collection.
3 Lemony Cucumber Cream Cheese
4 Fun Shapes
Tea sandwiches are a quintessential element of any tea. They are a convenient food that can be quickly consumed without getting messy and is easily shared with everyone at the table. There are a variety of tea sandwiches, but these next ones are particularly fun to make. After you've tried one of these new variations on a classic snack, you'll never want to go back to the old sandwich again. Tea sandwiches in fun shapes like these are just one illustration of how much creativity and imagination can extend beyond traditional food combinations. So ditch the old sandwich for something new - with your favorite cookie cutters - the sky is the limit!
5 Butterfly Sandwiches
If you love tea sandwiches but are looking for something new to do with them, we suggest these fun butterfly-shaped sandwiches! They're easy to make and a great way to get the kids involved in meal prepping. You can also use them as appetizers at your next party or potluck.
6 Strips and Triangles
If you’re searching for a creative alternative to the traditional sandwich, look no further! All it takes is a little creativity and some patience, and before long you should have an impressive array of tea sandwich shapes that are sure to garner attention during any gathering. If you don't have cutters, use a knife to cut out strips or triangles.
7 Chicken Salad Puffs
If you're looking for a delicious and easy recipe that will impress guests, give Chicken Salad Puffs Tea Sandwiches a try. It's so quick that you can make it in advance and refrigerate it to serve on demand. This recipe is simple and easy, but the end result is a delicious dish that will impress your guests with minimal effort. All you have to do is prepare the chicken salad mixture, cut the puff pastry in half, spoon the mixture into the center of the puff.
8 Flat and Covered
I'm not sure the exact origin of the tea sandwich, but it seems that Queen Anna, the good wife of King George II, may have introduced them to British society. There are other accounts that say this snack was served in colonial America and Britain as early as the 17th century. The most popular filling for a tea sandwich is cucumber and cream cheese with some dry or sweet bread, but other popular fillings are smoked salmon, ham with mustard or horseradish sauce, egg salad or chicken salad. When making your tea sandwiches, make sure the filling goes all the way over the crust, that way, when cutting off the crust you'll end up with perfectly shaped tea sandwiches fully covered with the delicious toppings.
9 Tomato Sandwich with Parsley or Basil
Tea sandwiches are the perfect light lunch for spring or summer. These ones with tomato, parsley and basil are particularly easy to make. They don't take much time or effort and they can be enjoyed at any time of day when you need a little pick-me-up! The recipe for these tea sandwiches is very simple with only a few ingredients you might already have on hand.
10 Simple Open Faced Tea Sandwiches
Open faced sandwiches give you the chance to showcase the fillings. The simple open faced tea sandwich is a refreshing and delicious addition to any afternoon tea. The perfect treat for your plant-based lifestyle. This recipe is suitable for vegans.
11 On Several Trays
Instead of piling tea sandwiches on one tray, lay them out in a pattern on several trays. If you're hosting an event where you'll be providing food, like a party, a wedding or a corporate meeting, it's important to make sure that you have enough for everyone! Serving tea sandwiches on several trays will allow your guests to grab one when they feel hungry without interrupting other guests eating at the table and making them feel like they need to line up in order to chow down.
12 BLT Tea Sandwiches
BLT Tea sandwich is a great idea. It's an easy sandwich to make. BLT on toasted whole grain bread with lettuce, tomato, and mayonnaise all mixed together and then topped with sweet tea. Sounds like a tasty lunch! Just because it seems so easy doesn't mean it will be as good of a sandwich as you imagined when you were dreaming up the idea in your head.
13 Sandwich on a Stick
Make your tea sandwiches something really special by serving them on a stick like this.
14 Crab Salad
Crab salad filling is one of my absolute favorites! Would you try it?
15 Mixed Bread
Take your presentation to the next level by using an assortment of bread types.
16 Crispy Lettuce Leaves
I really believe that a crispy lettuce leaf adds just the right texture to many kinds of tea sandwiches.
17 Calla Lily Tea Sandwiches
This is almost too fancy to eat. What do you think?
18 Cake Replacement
Instead of serving only savory tea sandwiches, put out some sweet ones too so you don't have to bake a cake.
19 Smoked Salmon
Smoked salmon is the ultimate ingredient for a tea sandwich. The edible flowers make them really stand out.
20 Veggie Garnish
Make an otherwise plain tea sandwich even more appetizing by garnishing with a veggie slice on top.
21 Cream Cheese
Cream cheese is a great base for flavoring in a multitude of ways. Here it's with pecans and cranberries. Yum!
22 Tiny Buns
Use itty bitty buns for your tea sandwiches instead of regular bread.
23 Curried Egg Tea Sandwiches
Egg salad is another classic filling for tea sandwiches.
24 Rolled Sandwiches
Roll your bread around your ingredients to make fun tea sandwiches that are also easy to eat.
25 Bite Size Croissant Sandwiches
These look so wonderful! How many would you eat?
26 Tea Party Sandwiches
Throw a tea party that no one will forget with these stunning tea sandwiches.
27 Deviled Egg Tea Sandwich
A deviled egg on a tea sandwich? Genius!
28 Chocolate Raspberry Pound Cake Tea Sandwiches
29 Eggs, Avocado, Pepper, Tomato and Olives
This sandwich is loaded with some of my very favorite ingredients.
30 Delicious Mosaic Tea Sandwiches
What a fantastic idea for making tea sandwiches that taste as good as they look.
31 Angel Food Cake Sandwiches
Here's another perfect sweet tea sandwich to add to your celebration.
32 Herbs in the Middle
Use fresh herbs to give your tea sandwiches color and flavor at the same time.
33 Turkey and Apple Goat Cheese Tea Sandwiches
The presentation of this sandwich is just as perfect as its flavor.
34 Fancy Presentation
That little sprig of dill is all it takes to make this tea sandwich really stand out.
35 Tiny Pita Bread
Where can I find these tiny pita pockets? What a fun way to serve sandwiches.
36 Tea Sandwiches Garnished with Chives, Dill, Parsley
You can never go wrong when you garnish your tea sandwiches with fresh herbs. Any of them will work just fine.
37 Shrimp Toppers
Don't those shrimp sandwiches look fabulous?
38 Radish Chive Tea Sandwiches
If you've never had radishes on a tea sandwich, today is the day to try it. You won't be sorry!
What's your favorite tea sandwich? What events do you think are worthy of serving them?
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