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Morning tea with Bakers Delight!

Earlier this week I had the lovely opportunity to host a morning tea with some new treats from Bakers Delight. They have a new range of Lemon and Cream Cheese bakery items. They sent over some of them for my local playgroup, all nice and fresh.

Here we have two Lemon and Cream Cheese Swirls and 10 Lemon and Cream Cheese Scrolls. I had a bit of time to set up the table before all the ladies arrived and they all 'oooh'd and ahhhh'd' once they saw the table. I couldn't bring too many things with me, as I still had the kids and their luggage, but I used some of my nice plates with a matching tea pot for some Earl Grey tea and some Heather Bailey for a lemony touch.

Once we made our hot teas we tucked into the treats relaxed and enjoyed the lemon sensation. The Lemon Sweet Swirls/Scrolls are neither too lemony or sweet. There's a really nice balance and this wonderful scent of a bakery item that I loved. I think it could have been nutmeg? I couldn't tell so I just had to keep eating them. It could have been cinnamon ... but anyway, whatever it was it made me want to eat more. All the ladies enjoyed them as well.

The kids liked them too but admittedly the lemon and cream cheese frosting was a bit much for them so I took some off and they are the rest of it. In all seriousness, I had about one whole Swirl finished off by myself by the end of the day. There goes my diet.
They are a perfect treat to bring to a picnic or a friend's place. Here are some of the ladies enjoying the scones. A huge thankyou to Bakers Delight and of course we can't go without offering three $10 vouchers to Bakers Delight to my reader's!!!
Just leave a comment on what you like to serve as your morning tea and I'll draw a winner out next week.


  1. Hi Kim. I tried those lemon and cream cheese buns just this morning and knew I was in trouble. I will now have to resist buying them each time I go past the shop! Delicious! How generous of your local Baker's Delight to let you all try the treats. Kind regards, Kirrily. ps. I don't intend for you to include me in the draw :)

  2. I am a big tea fan and I love matching teas with food - pain au chocolate with amaretto tea, Brisbane breakfast with fruit tarts. But I think my favourite morning tea to serve is banana bread. There are so many different types and so many different ways to have it - with jam, cream, butter, berry compote, the list goes on! Would love to mix it up with something from Bakers Delight - I love their Chia and Fruit Loaf!!

  3. They look delicious. I'm a big fan of scones and cream for morning tea.

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