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”
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”
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”
If you are making an afternoon tea over the holiday period, what could be better than an orange and cranberry scone?
I made these into a round and cut into triangles just before baking, I also used the juice from the grated orange to make an icing to drizzle over the top. Continue reading “Orange and Cranberry Scones”
For these scones I have used my family’s favourite nibble – chocolate raisins. I found, because of the large size of the chocolate raisins, I needed to add more in weight so each scone had a respectable amount of the chocolaty goodness.
This recipe will make about 6 x 65mm scones or 4 x 75mm scones Continue reading “Chocolate Raisin Scones”
You really can put almost any dried fruit into a scone, I have used raisins in these ones. Continue reading “Fruit Scones”
Sometimes it is just nice to have a savoury scone. Don’t get me wrong I love a sweet scone and there is nothing better on a lazy afternoon then tea and scones, but occasionally it’s nice to go savoury. Continue reading “Cheese Scones”
All of my scones start with my Great Nanny’s recipe, she never liked the taste of too much baking powder, which some scone recipes can have, so, like her I use an alternative raising agent – a mixture of cream of tartar and bicarbonate of soda.
Once this basic scone mix has been mastered and is to your liking then you can add different flavours and fruits. Continue reading “Scones”