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Tea Cakes

Tea cakes are a quintessential baked delight, often associated with afternoon tea time. They are small, individual cakes designed for one person, available in a wide variety of textures and flavors, such as chocolate, vanilla, lavender, lemon, and more. Each variation provides a slightly different taste experience, making tea cakes a versatile dessert option. These cakes are ideal for a quick, satisfying sweet snack at any time of the day, but they are especially enjoyable with a cup of tea or coffee. Pairing tea cakes with your favorite warm beverage provides a complementary combination of warm soothing sips and sweet indulgence.
#163
IN DESSERT
378
CAL / 100G
$0.35
AVG / OZ
Tea Cakes
72%
CARBS
23%
FAT
5%
PROTEIN
10 Tea Cakes Products
Tea Cakes FAQ
What are tea cakes?
What ingredients do I need to make tea cakes?
Do I need any special equipment to make tea cakes?
What are some tips for making tea cakes?
Can I substitute ingredients in a tea cake recipe?
How can I adjust the consistency of the batter?
What are some common mistakes to avoid when making tea cakes?
How should I store tea cakes?
Expiration & Storage Tips
When does Tea Cakes expire?
Unopened tea cakes have a shelf life of about 1-2 weeks past the sell by date if properly stored. Once opened, ensure to consume them within 3-5 days. Homemade tea cakes should ideally be consumed within 2-3 days of making them. You can also freeze tea cakes for up to 3 months, just make sure that they are tightly wrapped to prevent freezer burn.
How do you tell if Tea Cakes is bad?
Though tea cakes don't spoil as rapidly as some other products, they show telling signs of going bad. If you notice any mold or unusual discoloration on your tea cake, it's better to toss it to be safe. Also, if it smells sour or off, don't consume it. A stale tea cake can be hard or extremely dry in texture.
Tips for storing Tea Cakes to extend shelf life
• Never leave tea cakes uncovered at room temperature, always store them in an airtight container. • Tea cakes are usually quite moisture sensitive, so avoid storing them near the stove or in the refrigerator where they can be subjected to too much moisture. • Keep your tea cakes away from strong odors (like spices or onion) as they can absorb the smell. • If you’re freezing tea cakes, defrost overnight at room temperature. For a slightly warm cake, you can microwave it for 10-15 seconds. Just make sure to wrap them tightly in cling film before freezing.
Health Info
Macros
31g
CARBS
10g
FAT
2g
PROTEIN
Allowed on these diets
LOW FAT
HIGH CALCIUM
VEGETARIAN
LACTOSE FREE
GLUTEN FREE
Contains these allergens
WHEAT
MILK
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