Monday, October 18, 2010



  I have divided this into 2 sections so the Savory List will come another day this week! There is a list of suggestions where you can find those recipes.  Of course you know you can find any recipe imaginable by doing a google search such as "Pumpkin Scones", etc. as you may not have access to these cookbooks or magazines. THESE ARE JUST A FEW SUGGESTIONS!
I will be adding to this list in the future!

                   Sweet Items:   

Pear Scones: Tea Time Mag Sept/October 2007
Cranberry Orange Walnut Scones:
Apple Cider Scones:  Tea Time Mag Sept/October 2007
Pumpkin Scones: With Maple Butter: Tea Time Mag Sept/Oct 2009
Fig and Honey Scones:  Tea Time Mag Sept/Oct 2008
Pumpkin Spice Scones:  Tea Cozy Cooking by  Diane L. AmEnde
Dried Cranberry, Walnut and Lemon Scones:
Cranberry Walnut Scones:
Orange Fig Scones and Gingerbread Scones:Christmas Cottage Mag 2010

Bars and Squares:

Pumpkin Bars: Pillsbury Harvest Time Cookbook
Gingerbread Squares: 1984 Southern Living Cookbook
Gingerbread Fingers with Orange Creme Filling:
Christmas Cottage Mag 2010


Pumpkin Cheesecakes Tea Time Magazine Sept/Oct 2007

Tarts and Tartlets:

Creamy Pumpkin-Custard Tartlets - Tea Time Mag Sept/Oct 2010
Pear & Almond Tartlets:  Tea Time Mag Sept/Oct 2010
Cranberry Walnut Tartlets:  Celebrate Mag -  Fall 2009
Cranberry, Caramel & Almond Tart:

Roll Cake:

Pumpkin Roll Cake: (this blog)
Applesauce Raisin Spice Cake:


Carrot Pineapple Tea Cake: The Tea Table, Richardson
Orange Cranberry Walnut Tea Cake: (this blog)
Fall Harvest Cakes:


Pumpkin Cookies: (this blog)
Pumpkin Madeleines:  Heart of Xmas Book/Victoria

Tea Breads:

Cranberry Orange Tea Bread: Teatime at Miss Spenser's

Cran Apple Pie from Aspen Mulling Spices (This blog)

Creme Brulee:

Pumpkin Creme Brulee:  Tea Time Sept/Oct 2009


Cranberry Baked Apples: (this blog)
Pumpkin Cream: A Year of Teas at the Elmwwood Inn, Richardson


Annesphamily said...

My daughter was at a Village Inn and they had blueberry pear pie. she brought it home and I was able to get a bite. It was sensational. I think it would nice a nice flair to a fall tyme tea party. Thank you Anne

Storybook Woods said...

Yummy recipes, thank you. Clarice

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Bernideen,
what a phantastic list of goodies. I really have to start with a 5 o'clock tea time at my home and then I could serve such little sweeties with it. I am sure we would gain weight!
Thank you for this wonderful recipes.
Greetings, Johanna

The Secluded Tea Party said...

Hey : )

I love your blog so I gave you an award

Have a fab week : )

Miss Sue Flay

Kimberly said...

This post is making me hungry, what wonderful goodies you have listed. Thanks! I'm off to find the pumpkin cookie recipe...
But I'm sure I won't stop there.

Anonymous said...

Some great scone ideas! I'll be stealing those!