Friday, August 17, 2012

Scone anyone?


I made scones, and I can't stop eating them...help!
Jam and cream, butter and vegemite, I've had 6, cut in half, that's 12 halves!

How do you like your scones?

2 cups SR Flour
pinch salt
2 tspns butter
3/4 cup milk

Sift flour and salt. Rub in butter.
Add milk, make into dough.
Roll out to 2cm thickness and cut 
Put in a hot floured tin and bake for 7-10 minutes in hot oven.

enjoy

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18 comments:

  1. Yum!! I have never mastered the scone but might have to try!!

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    1. lol I really havn't mastered it either, but I had some whipped cream to use up and scones with jam seemed like the easiest thing to do.

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  2. I normally use lemonade scone recipe but this looks easy and just as nom nom nom !

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  3. Strawberry jam and cream unless they are pumpkin scones...butter.

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    1. Mmmmm. Pumpkin scones, I have some pumpkin in the fridge :)

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  4. I'm definitely a scones with jam & cream girl. LOVE them!!
    Thanks for visiting my blog :)

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    1. No worries Liz, I like looking at your photos :)

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  5. Very cool blog:))
    I wish the nice day;]

    http://photographyismyexistence.blogspot.com/

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    1. Hi and thanks Patrycja, I hope you're having a great day too :)

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  6. Hi, honey! I really liked your blog, you have great photos! Now, I am your faithful follower! I really hope that you enjoy my blog and you will be my follower!)))) Miss you, kiss!

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  7. I love a good scone. My mother makes them by heart :) Yours look yummy.

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    1. They were yummy, hence why I ate so many lol :)

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  8. You have to eat scones in one sitting, otherwise they go stale :)

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  9. Love making hot scones. I use cream instead of milk in mine - don't know why - actually guess it was because thats how grandma did it. I believe there is some rule where scones must be eaten within hours of being baked, isn't there?

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    1. I used to work for a couple who used cream too. I must try that next time.

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  10. Wow, so easy! Definitely going to try these!

    Visiting from Sunday Sweeties link up.

    - Jaime
    mrsmamapanda.blogspot.com

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  11. I have been thinking about making scones for a while now. Do you know I have not made them since I was in Food Tech in high school. And hubby loves them too. I am going to try your recipe. Looks pretty easy to do, so I have no excuse not to. Thanks so much for sharing :-)

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