Tea Time Treats is a monthly blog party hosted alternately by myself & Karen and is a fantastic way for bloggers to share their best recipes and get more traffic, comments and all-round bloggy love. This month it’s my turn to host, so keep reading to find out the theme!
Hey my foodie friends! How’s it going in your corner of the globe? All is well here, the guide book I’m writing is slowly coming to a close. Visiting all these amazing places to eat that are quirky, exquisite or just plain good value has been my dream job! It will be hitting the publishers soon & we’re hoping it’ll be in Waterstone’s & Amazon by Christmas! Eek! It’s called Secret Kitchen: Southwest and I’ll be sure to share a link with you when it’s finally out there :)
In the mean time, dust off your scales, hunt through your archives and give us your best recipes for this months theme of…
We want to see recipes for soups, smores, hot drinks, casseroles, hot toddy’s, warming snacks and absolutely anything else that could fit this theme, however tenuous! This is quite possibly my favourite theme of the entire year so let’s make it a cracker!
Please visit the other blogs participating & say say Hi & feel free to mention you found them via the Tea Time Treats challenge. We all love receiving comments and we get a lot of newer bloggers that find them extra special.
Oh, nearly forgot… HUGE thanks to Karen for last months party. She’s off on an adventure at the mo, but I’ll link to her round up as soon as she’s back on dry land!
The small print…
2. Add Tea Time Treats in your blog post as a label/tag.
3. The recipe can be one of your own or one you’ve seen elsewhere. You are welcome to republish old recipes/posts but please add the information about this challenge.
4. Please be as creative with the theme as you like.
6. You do not need to enter every month to join in with the challenge.
7. Your post can be submitted for other blogging challenges, just make sure this complies with the rules of the other challenge.
8. Add your recipe link to the live linky posted at the bottom of every challenge post.
9. If using a recipe from another person, book, website, chef or blog, you must link back to the original recipe and not reproduce the recipe in full in your post. You must also use your OWN images for the recipe and not the original images, unless you have permission to do so, with appropriate links and any other information requested by the photo’s owner added to the image.