Tuesday, August 20, 2013


Hello there friends and welcome
 to "Tea In The Garden"

 I have baked some lovely Peaches and Cream Scones so please have a seat here near the aspens and enjoy! 

I used the same recipe I have used for Strawberry Scones but switched the strawberries in the recipe to a nice fresh chopped peach!  Of course that Clotted Cream on top is the real thing from England!  So pour yourself a cup of my Black Currant tea and enjoy!

I am sharing a couple of my new  "old" rose plates.  One is under the vase and one with the scones on it.  I recently found 12 of these hand painted Lefton plates at a flea market for about $2.00 each. 

I loved staying home yesterday and having extra kitchen time to make a casserole for dinner, a jello salad, scones and a chocolate pie.  If you are a working person, you know what I mean.  Of course, time ran out for all the things I wanted to do.  I so look forward to
retiring one day!

Summer is winding down here in Colorado.   As you can see I have a lot of shade in my front yard - like a forest really!
Peaches and Cream Scone Recipe:

You will need: 2 1/4 cups sifted flour, 1 Tb baking powder, 1/4 cup granulated sugar, 1/2 Tsp salt, 6 Tbs cold, chopped unsalted butter, 1 cup chopped fresh peeled peach, 1 cup heavy whipping cream

Preheat oven to 425 degrees and cover baking sheet with parchment.
1.  Sift all dry ingredients.
2.  Cut in cold butter with two knives or a kneading cutter.
3.  Stir in whipping cream until dough begins to form and add peaches.
4.  Roll out dough about 3/4" thick onto a floured cloth and cut with a medium size 2 1/2" round scone cutter - Bake for about 12-14 minutes.  I got 16 scones out of this!
5.  Serve with lemon curd, clotted cream, devonshire cream or jam!




Beautiful and romantic setting, specially in your lovely garden, along with a gorgeous tea set and lovely table topper. Thank you for hsoting this sweet party. Big hugs,

Karen said...

Hi Bernideen,
Your Tea in the Garden is so lovely today. That oval backed antique chair is gorgeous and I love your front door and tea wagon too. The Windsor Castle Tea Set is very pretty! Love it all! Thank you for visiting me! Take care,

Jocelyn said...

I LOVE your tea in the Garden!! Everything is so lovely. Do you share your peaches and cream scone recipe??

Jocelyn @ http://justalittlesouthernhospitality.blogspot.com

Beth said...

Everything about this post is lovely, from the scones, to the tablecloth, to the tea set, to the garden, to the tea cart, to the bouquet! Such a tranquil setting for tea and scones! Beautiful, Bernideen!
xo Beth

Bernideen said...

Hi Jocelyn:
Just click on the HERE word and it will take you to the recipe which is easy!

Bernideen said...

Thanks so much Beth!

Julie Marie said...

Tea in your garden always looks so beautiful Bernideen... I don't believe I have ever tried Black Currant tea... it sounds delish... your flowers still look so pretty... our temps are still at 100 degrees each day, no rain in sight... wishing for Autumn and cooler temps!... my poor flowers are pooping out!... xoxo Julie Marie

Sandi@ Rose Chintz Cottage said...

What a pretty tea, Bernideen! I love the chairs pulled up to the table and the tea set is lovely. Peach scones sound delicious with clotted cream on top and a cup of tea! Your bouquet is beautiful as well. Thanks for coming to tea with me and for hosting your lovely party too.


ellen b. said...

Those peaches and cream scones are calling out to me!

Michele M./ Finch Rest said...

Bernideen, your outdoor garden tea is just beautiful.

I love the entire setting - just wish I were there with you to enjoy your awesome shady spot for tea!

Your scones looks scrumptuous and your china and topper - WOW!!

Angela McRae said...

Those peach scones look heavenly! And all the more pretty because of the setting. LOVE that new $6 tablecloth!

JoAnn ( Scene Through My Eyes) said...

Absolutely charming - I love the roses on the dishes - and what a bargain you found, lucky you!!

Marilyn Miller said...

The setting by the aspens is beautiful, I love it. Love the new topper and the beautiful teaware. But those scones look amazing. Want one now! I recently came across a recipe for peach scones, so it was already on my mind. Now you tempt me even more. Oh dear!

Mary@mydogsmygardenandmary said...

Bernideen, how beautiful every thing is. Your tea set and tablecloth are stunning. Wish I had one of those scones right now they look soooooooo good.
Have a great week.

KathyB. said...

Peach scones, I want some !

Your tea setting is lovely and I am wondering if any of your neighbors come over to see what you're doing and maybe get themselves invited to tea ? I would if I looked out my window and saw you setting the table.

The table topper is a real find and such a good price, but more importantly, perfect for your tea table .

Thank-you for hosting this tea time Bernideen.

Judith @ Lavender Cottage said...

Another new table topper, it's as pretty as the rest you have Bernideen. I like the shady coziness where you set your tea table; pink and white is summery and feminine.
There are so many scone recipes and I have many tucked away myself, and what do I do? Make the same recipe over and over! I need to become creative, your peaches and cream sound yummy.

Bernideen said...

I did put the recipe on then post - it is so easy you might like it!

Bernideen said...

I did go back and put the recipe on the post and it is easy!

Bernideen said...

I did go back and put the recipe on the post and it is easy!

Bernideen said...

i went back and put the recipe on the blog! You might like to make them as they are easy!!!

Bernideen said...

I went back and put the recipe on the blog and it is very easy!!! You might like to try it Judith!

Cozy Thyme Cottage said...

Oh, thank you for that invitation! I would love to accept. Everything looks and sounds so pretty and yummy! Nancy

Johanna Gehrlein said...

Hi Bernideen,
Your tea setting is as always very beautiful. But what makes the real charme is the perfect surrounding and background with your cahrming garden and house. Thats a matching perfectness I really love to see. And your china - its always stunning. This Old Roses tea set is spectacular. Thank you for sharing this wonerful tea time. I really enjoyed it. And thank you for hosting this charming event.
Best greetings, Johanna

Heirloom treasures said...

I have written your delicious recipe down. I have never made my scones with fruit in them other than sultanas. Yummy

Butterfly 8)(8 Bungalow said...

So pretty! It looks Alice in Wonderland!

Rosemary said...

Your tea time in the garden is gorgeous... I love the soft shades of pink in your photographs.

Have a Daily Cup of Mrs. Olson said...

Hi Bernideen, love your outdoor setting. Everything is lovely, right down to those delicious peach scones. I made a peach dessert last week that I shared the recipe today. I still have some peaches. Guess I need to make some delicious scones! Now for the clotted cream, do you make it or buy it? I may be the only dumby who doesn't know. Thanks for sharing with SYC.

Bernideen said...

Hi Jan:
You can buy clotted cream made in England or Devonshire Cream or almost any tea book has recipes for it. Usually whipping cream with sour cream and confectioners sugar. You would love it. This recipe has also posted before with chopped fresh strawberries! Yummy!