Pronounced Pov-e-Tee-za, this Eastern European sweet bread is traditionally served at Christmas, but makes a delicious tea time treat at any time of the year.was on the great British bake off!
(Series Episode 6 - Sweet Dough) Apricot couronne: Make teatime special with this sweet, glazed crown of rich bread stuffed with apricots, walnuts and raisins.
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Kouign amann We have France to thank for these caramelised buttery, sugary parcels. Perfect with a café au lait. Equipment and preparation: for this recipe you will need a muffin tin and a freestanding mixer fitted with a dough hook.
This Spanakopita is Paul's interpretation of the showstopper challenge in the Pies & Tarts episode of Season 2 of The Great British Baking Show.
Chelsea Buns: Nothing beats a warm, sticky bun fresh from the oven. These are drizzled with icing for an extra naughty treat.
BBC - Food - Recipes : Chelsea bunsPerfect with a cup of tea and a smear of creamy butter, this Chelsea bun recipe is great for a tea-time treat.