Petit fours are a delicate and elegant mini cake traditionally served with British high tea. I’ve always enjoyed a nice afternoon tea service complete with finger sandwiches, scones and petit fours. However, I often feel a tiring crash after eating these cakes as a result of all the white flour and sugar. So, these grain-free naturally sweetened ones are a nice wholesome departure from the norm.
These petit fours would be a wonderful addition to a real food tea party, a child’s birthday party or a sophisticated luncheon. They can be made ahead and keep well in the fridge or freezer.
I’ve shared this recipe today on a guest post at Empowered Sustenance. I absolutely love this blog! Lauren, the author of Empowered Sustenance, always has healthy recipes (often grain-free, sugar-free, dairy-free) accompanied by beautiful photos on her blog as well as articles regarding holistic health and nutrition.
To see the full petit fours recipe check out my guest post on Empowered Sustenance!
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