Sometimes it’s nice to have a scone with a bit of flavour, I have added cinnamon, grated apple and raisins to mine this time. They go perfectly with blackberry jam with lashings of cream.Continue reading “Apple and Raisin Scones”
I do love a savoury scone and these are no exception.
I have used fresh coriander for these scones, however dried coriander works really well to.Continue reading “Carrot and Coriander Scones”
This is such a perfect treat at this time of year!
A shortcake is very similar to an English scone but made with egg and cream instead of milk to form the dough.
This recipe makes about 7 x 7.5cm shortcakes Continue reading “Strawberry Shortcake”
With elderflowers in season at the moment and I have been making Elderflower and Lemon Cordial I have been experimenting with different recipes to use my cordial in. I have used my own Cordial in this recipe, however you can use whatever is available to you. I do find shop brought Cordial sweeter then mine.
This recipe will make 6 x 65mm scones or 4 x 75mm scones or a large round cut into 8 wedges. Continue reading “Elderflower Drizzle Scones”
In the absence of a lot of baking ingredients I have made these Hot Cross Scones instead of Hot Cross Buns, just as tasty and made in a fraction of the time! Continue reading “Hot Cross Scones”
These make a lovely savoury scone, which are very striking in colour. When cooked they are an incredible red on the outside! Continue reading “Beetroot Scones”
I love chocolate in everything. Hazelnuts are perfect partnered with chocolate and add a nice texture to the scones. These scones can be served with jam and cream, chocolate spread and cream or enjoyed on their own. Continue reading “Hazelnut and Chocolate Scones”
Sometimes life calls for savoury in amongst the sweet.
These are perfect served with cream cheese and sprinkled with chives. Continue reading “Red Onion Scones”
During the winter months we need a little extra warmth with our afternoon tea, the ginger in these scone gives that added warmth and comfort. I have found the best way to mix the black treacle in to the scone mix is to dissolve it in a little warm milk, it gets a little sticky otherwise! Continue reading “Ginger and Black Treacle Scones”
If you have any marzipan left over after marzipaning your cake can I suggest marzipan scones. They are so good that I buy extra just to make them. Continue reading “Marzipan Scones”