Monday, September 10, 2007

Lemon Honey Tea Time Cake

I decided to create a little something special to go along with the Tea Time that we are having across "blogland".(I can never pass up a challenge, especially when it comes to creating something new in the kitchen.


So...I came up with a nice, moist little cake.


Lemon Honey Tea Time Cake
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2 cups all purpose flour
1/2 tsp. salt
1/2 tsp. baking powder
1/2 cup sugar
1/4 cup melted butter or margarine
Blend all together until crumbly
Add 1/4 cup honey
1 pkg. lemon flavor jello
6 tsp. lemon juice
1/2 cup milk
Mix well.
Pour batter into a greased round pan.(batter looks like cake batter)

Bake at 350 degrees for 40-45 minutes or until top is a golden brown and cake has pulled away slightly from side of pan.

Serve with your favorite tea.A dollop of lemon curd or whip topping would be splendid on the top of this.
You can garnish with a sprig of lemon balm or mint, and a slice of lemon as well.

Enjoy!
~The Garden Goose~

38 comments:

ellen b said...

Oh the sounds and looks devine. Thank you so much for sharing the recipe. You can visit me at my tea party anytime...

2 LMZ FARMS said...

That looks so good. Will have to try that. Hope you and yours have a blessed day.
Laura

mrsnesbitt said...

mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

11 pm here.............just going to bed...........but now I am hungry!

LOL!

Dxx

Francie of The Scented Cottage said...

It's wonderful to get a new recipe...thank you for sharing!

(( ))
Francie

Michele said...

Thank you so much for having such a beautiful tea party. I love the tea cake, thank you for sharing the recipe. I had my pink gloves all ready today, but when I took the picture I noticed I had forgotten them. How nice to see you had yours.
Thanks so much for stopping by my party, do come back again.
Michele

Natasha Burns said...

oh Yummmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm, I am drooling thinking about this lemon tea cake!!!

Dawn-Hydrangea Home said...

That lemon cake looks delicious! I will have to try that recipe. Thanks for visiting my party too!

So Shabby Pink said...

Hello there and thanks for visiting my tea party! What a wonderful one you created. Your food is real!! Thanks for the recipe!
Peggy

bellacolle said...

Hi!
Your teaparty looks so inviting! So glad I could come. Your cake looks scrumptious.

Amy said...

oooh that cake looks lovely! mmm I'm going to try that one :-)

Yellow Rose Arbor said...

Cake sounds delicious! I love all lemon desserts! Thanks for the recipe!

Katherine

GardenGoose said...

you are all so very welcome! thanks for joing me.

Rose Petals & Blooms said...

Sweet Greetings to you! Thank you so much for visiting my tea party!
I loved yours, the lemon Honey tea time cake looks so delicious. I've copied and pasted the recipe, I love new recipes to try!

If you don't mind, I would love to add you to my "Fav" blogs? It's so nice to meet so many Blog friends, I love it here! And I love MMP!

You asked about my foyer walls from the pics.. you are just like me! I never just look at what is featured in a photo, I truly look at the whole picture too!

About 4 yrs ago I got so bored one Winter and decided to change my very white, boring foyer into a New Orleans alley..! Well, one thing led to another and by the time I was done, I had made a Floral shop Storefront.. Stone walls (made from drywall mud), a faux wrought iron bench piped from a decorator bag, a running fountain on the wall, plus a faux wrought iron balcony with lighted window.. I never painted the vines or leaves that were applied w/a pastry decorator bag on the wall in the photo. I started on the opposite wall, so the jasmine has been painted, I just ran out of steam on the wall you were asking about, and now love it better than the other! lol! I will no doubt change things again, give it a face lift so to speak..

Okay Michelle, this isn't a book you're writing!! Sorry about that~

Please stop by anytime, I enjoyed your visit~
Michelle

Vicki Palmer (Pink Pearl Girl) said...

Hi,
Thank you for stopping by my tea and your nice compliments. I will have to try your recipe as it looks yummy! Please be sure to check out my tea # 2 for the child in all of us!
Vicki

JANET said...

Oh, so Blogland is having tea parties? That once was a favorite pastime of mine. Your recipe sure does sound delicious. I have some Plantation Mint tea in the cupboard that should taste just fine with it.

Stephanie said...

Delicious sounding recipe! Beautiful tea party! Thanks so much for sharing.

I plan another tea for later in the week, so please stop back by!

Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Stephanie said...

Delicious sounding recipe! Beautiful tea party! Thanks so much for sharing.

I plan another tea for later in the week, so please stop back by!

Stephanie
Angelic Accents

Meadow Street said...

Oh, I love the gloves, very sweet!

Sweet Remembrance said...

Yummy...looks delish! Thanks for sharing & joining the Tea Party fun!
Priscilla

tracey said...

Sounds delish! What time are you serving??

pamela@preservecottage said...

Lemon is always so refreshing. Thank you for inviting me to tea and thank you for have a cuppa earlier today with us.
Pamela

GardenGoose said...

ha Tracey..I made that cake and the kids loved it..it was gone within a few hours..haha.:0)
(can we say"inhaled" LOL)

Flea Market Queen said...

Looks so yummy!
Great recipe...thanks for sharing!
Priscilla

Debbie said...

Hi Tina,

Your cake looks scrumptious! Thanks for dropping by Cozy Cottage today and having tea with us! :)

Best regards,
Debbie
http://cozycottageblogspot.blogspot.com/

KarenHarveyCox said...

Tina, this cake looks so delivious. Thank you for the recipe and the lovely tea. Thank you for stopping by my tea. Karen

ShabbyInTheCity said...

I like the moist part of this cake! Looks really good even with no icing.

Randee said...

My Dear Garden Goose,

Thank you for stopping by The What If...Women Blog. We do hope you'll stop in again.

From one homeschooling mom to another...how you have blessed me!

~Randee of the Pink Collar Club and The What If...Women

Dee Light said...

Oh, yes!!!! Serve with lemon curd, my favorite!!! Thanks for sharing.

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

You were so kind to visit my tea party. Hasn't this been fun? My eyes were so weary last night from all the reading I finally had to stop but now I am happily dancing from party to party. Love your blog and your tea party. I had a pair of gloves like that oh so long ago. Have a super great day. :)) Lynn

Sharon said...

Just a tiny slice for me please.

Sweet Necessi-Teas said...

Ooh, cake.... Thanks for sharing the recipe--I am going to try it! And thank you for inviting me. I had a lovely time at your tea party.

Karen

PS Thank you for stopping in at mine, too!

katydiddy said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog. Your tea is delicious! Thanks for inviting me!

La Tea Dah said...

Oh, the recipe for the little tea cakes sounds delicious --- and the pictures are yummy! Thank you so much for sharing!!!!

LaTeaDah
http://www.gracioushospitality.blogspot.com

Regina Clare Jane said...

Oh, this is something I'lll have to make! Lemon is one of our favorites here!
Thank you!

Miz Smoochie Lips said...

Wow, that is an interesting recipe!! And I love the photo you took with the cake and the gloves and teacups! Soooo very pretty!

Sue said...

Looks yummy Tina, can't wait to try it! Thanks!

Joyce said...

mmm that cake looks perfect

Scrappy Moments said...

Love your Tea, Thanks for the Recipe Share, Sounds Divine :)

Angie