Tea sandwiches are mini delights that are easy to make and fun to eat. All sorts of flavors can be blended together and served on the same plate. Small and meant to be enjoyed at afternoon teatime, the small sandwiches are a great summer appetizer or light meal.
Try these recipes and find out how little finger sandwiches can be full of flavor. They will add a fun element to luncheons, dinner parties or cookouts. You can easily make them ahead of time and refrigerate, too.
Brie, Roast Beef, and Watercress Tea Sandwich
This combination of creamy Ile de France Brie, tasty roast beef and zesty watercress creates a light and invigorating summer sandwich. Serve with a light red wine or iced tea.
St. André, Cucumber, Shrimp & Dill Tea Sandwiches
English cucumber adds a cool crispness that's perfect for summer savoring and Saint André Cheese offers irresistible creaminess. Minced fresh dill adds sharpness to the shrimp.
Goat Cheese and Cucumber Tea Sandwich
This simple delight packs the ultra-fresh taste of Ile de France Goat Cheese with cool thin slices peeled cucumber. Embellish further with fresh tomato slices.
Croque Monsieur – French Ham and Cheese Tea Sandwiches
Found in bistros throughout France, the Croque Monsieur is a gourmet take on simple ham and cheese. The French secret? Simple: Fresh, high-quality ham and exceptional cheese. Try using Brie for an incredibly creamy ham and cheese sandwich, and serve it cut into fourths for a lovely tea sandwich vibe.