Love tea cakes? Whether it’s a vegan cake or eggless cake, tea cakes are the centre of attraction in almost every tea party. If you’re planning to throw a tea party or an afternoon tea chat, introduce some delicious tea cake recipes to highlight your high-tea. As the winter draws in, it’s time to retreat yourself with some fluffy vegan cakes Melbourne and freshly baked tea cakes and enjoy the blissful air around you. You can make the most of winter’s bounty with amazing tea cakes, and we have rounded up some delicious tea cakes that love to be served with your tea or coffee. If you’re in for a tasty teatime treat, try the recipes given below.

Banana Loaf

With a twist of banana bread or a fruit cake, this banana loaf is easy to make and can be a perfect partner for your cup of tea. All you need is some softened butter, maple syrup, baking powder, two or three bananas and buttermilk and flour. Mix the batter and butter the loaf tin on all sides generously. Pour the batter into the tin and bake them for about 30 minutes. Wait until the skewer comes out. Allow the tin to cool, and a delicious hot baked vegan banana loaf is ready to be served.

Madeira Sponge Cake

If you want to go for a simple but delicious easy tea cake, this cake would be perfect to decorate your table. It’s quite easy to make, and you just need simple ingredients like butter, grated almonds, lemon gest, flour, milk, and powdered sugar. Beat the ingredients well and pour the mixture into the greased loaf tin and bake it for 1 hour, wait till the top layer changes to a golden brown. Then, leave it to cool for 15 minutes before slicing them.

Chocolate Tea Cake

Are you a chocolate lover? Then, this molten chocolate cake is the best to make and it oozes with every bite. Take a cup full of cut chocolates and melt them and mix them with flour, add some powdered sugar, cocoa powder, cinnamon powder and baking powder, and whisk it till you find the batter soft. You can shift the batter into the loaf pan. Preheat the oven at 150C and put the loaf pan inside, and bake it for about 1 hour and 20 minutes and allow it to cool for 10 to 12 minutes, and your delicious chocolate tea cake is ready to eat. You can even top it with almonds and sesame seeds.

Bottom Line

If you’re planning to throw a high-tea and want to try on some best tea cakes, these three cake recipes prove to be the crowd-pleaser that suits every palate. However, if you would like some interesting and delicious cake delivery, shop the delicious vegan tea cakes from Isher Eggless Bakers. For cake orders, call +61 1300 447 437 today.  

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