If you are looking for an easy, light (no butter or any other fat used) , and dainty cookies, this is a recipe for you. This is a very simple recipe, quick baking, and produces wafer thin delicious cookies. In taste, these cookies resemble lady fingers or zwieback cookies. I used vanilla extract in this recipe, but I think almond extract would produce a very interesting flavor as well.
These crisp and feather-light wafers make a great addition to a dessert platter for a tea party.
I have a very special friend who loves tea so much that she organizes tea parties with her adult friends, attends tea parties, and now organized a tea party for her grandchildren and their friends. She was so nice to share this experience with me, so I just could not resist not to share it with all of you. She is very talented and creative, and does not only make these special costumes for tea parties, but she also makes beautiful costumes for plays in her area. Her guests immensely enjoy these events, costumes, and stories that go along with each theme.
This sounds like such a wonderful idea for a party. Here is her short story, including the menu, and lots of pictures:
I love tea, as you know from my previous post, so when a friend of mine told me about this tea room in our area, I shared that information with my daughter, and we decided to definitely stop by for tea one day.