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Scones Recipe!

| March 4, 2012 | 20 Comments

I am sharing our Scones Recipe, as part of a very quick and a very special post to celebrate the launch of a bloggy collaborative “12 Dishes Around The World“. A group of bloggers have come together explore the world, by cooking dishes from a selection of countries. How wonderful is that?

scones recipe

The route starts in the UK, a la Phileas Fogg’s Journey around the world in 80 days.  You are more than welcome to join in!

We decided to keep things simple and made some “Good Ole English Scones” – to be eaten with cream/ butter and strawberry jam!!!

Our Recipe:

Preheat oven to 230C/ 450F

  • 225g self raising flour
  • 1/2 tea spoon salt
  • 1 tea spoon sugar
  • 25g butter
  • 100ml milk
  • additional drop of water if necessary to form a smooth dough
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1. Crumble flour, butter, salt and sugar together. There isn’t much butter, so it won’t be as crumbly as a normal cookie dough.

scones recipe

2. Gradually add the milk and keep mixing. Until you get a smooth dough. If it is still falling apart, add a little water. If it is beginning to get sticky don’t add all the milk.

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3. Knead gently for another 2-3 min.

scones recipe

4. Spread out (approx 2cm) and cut out your scone shapes with cookie cutters. Re-knead the dough and re-cut until you have non left. We managed to make 11 small scones with the above recipe.

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5. Brush with milk.

6. Bake in oven for 10-15min until gold brown.

Serve with butter/cream and strawberry jam and have yourself a tea party!

scones recipe

(Oh and if you like baking, check out these delicious chocolate brownies)

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  1. They look lovely Maggy! xx

  2. Red Ted Art says:

    They were! I want more!!!!

  3. Nice, love he kids baking, they looked very focused :) They are very cute and yummy looking :)

  4. Red Ted Art says:

    Thank you! The kids enjoyed making them and REALLY enjoyed eating them!!!

  5. Nickie says:

    They look so good!! I bet mine don\’t look like that on the inside 😀

  6. This looks so easy and I love that the kids get in on the kneading action! And supercute strawberry bowl in the background, btw :-) Your kiddos look like such professional bakers!

  7. Red Ted Art says:

    Nickie – they might if you add jam!!
    Chrissy – they LOVE baking! And yes, we love the (plastic) strawberry bowl – great for the little one to be able to have a go too!

  8. Love this idea and scones are a perfect recipe for this challenge! Great post xx

  9. These look just like scones that my mum used to make – classic British dish 😀 I love Red Ted\’s face as well looking at his hands covered in flour.

  10. oh they sound great, and those chubby little hands are adorable!

  11. You\’ve inspired me to cook shaped scones this week with my daughter as we spend the week cooking in the UK afterschool. I love your photos of their fingers with the dough, such a sensory experience in the kitchen. Amanda also posted a great way for older kids to make their own scones by setting things up in advance with them.

  12. Catrin says:

    They look really yummy. I\’m sure the kids had lots of fun with this.
    Greetings from Germany

  13. Red Ted Art says:

    Kim – go for the shapes… I did find that they didn\’t keep the shape too well… but they were still fun!

  14. Kelly says:

    Yum! Scones are great aren\’t they – you can whip them up in no time. Although we always forget to brush them with milk… Thanks for sharing them on Happy lil ?\’s are baking Maggie x

  15. Looks delicious! Love seeing those little hands busily working. So adorable.

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