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These bite sized little Southern cakes are perfect for tea time or a quick morning breakfast. With a simple, yet intense vanilla flavor, these puffy soft cakes truly make a meal! With just a few simple ingredients, these tea cakes are super simple to bake. Serve them with some fine cheese and crackers, during tea time… there’s plenty to go around!
Be careful, though, if you’re serving these to a larger crowd! These tea cakes are so delicious that you’ll probably want to make a double batch. Or at least try and grab a couple of them and hide them! They will be gone in a matter of minutes and, believe me – you don’t want to be left without!
Recipe and photo courtesy of Cookies & Cups