Cherry Scones, using glace cherries, are a lovely variant to other fruit scones. With a hint of almond extract added too they really do taste very good indeed.
Yorkshire Fat Rascals are a cross between a scone and a rock cake. Made popular by Bettys of Harrogate, they are full of fruits and spice and perfect with tea.
A great alternative, at Easter these Hot Cross Scones have that tradional Easter flavour but with the wonderful scone texture, associated with so many afternoon teas. Having made the traditional Hot Cross Buns for both my blog and my Youtube channel in previous years I decided to try something a little different for this year. […]
I do love scones and an English Afternoon Tea in a tea shop wouldn’t be right without some scones with clotted cream and jam. But I recently encountered the concept of flaky scones, more akin to the American type. I watched some videos about making them, most notably one by Anna Olson. I decided that […]
Scotch Pasty is something that I hadn’t tried before. In fact I hadn’t even heard of Scotch Pasty until a YouTube viewer mentioned it. So I did a bit of searching on the internet and found a recipe from HERE. Basically the recipe is for scone like mixture that is divided into four parts and […]
I found Sochniki on the internet, having never seen or heard of them before. They appear to originate from Ukraine and/or Russia and are still very popular there. Made with a dough which is really very like a scone dough and filled they look very good indeed. In the original version, which is still the […]
Scones are one of my favorites, especially with sultanas or raisins in them. So I decided to make some. The texture of the English style of scone is different to the North American one, it is less cake-line, and should be light and fluffy and slightly crumbly as well. Best eaten fresh they can be […]
Now that my internet is back to normal, or at least I hope it is, I can post again. So today I have Feta Cheese & Chive Scones. I recently made some Raspberry Scones, with a North American type recipe. These ones today are a more traditional scone texture, though with the feta and chives […]
While I was visiting family in Canada I made some raspberry scones for my niece as they are a particular favourite of hers. These scones are not quite how we know scones in the UK, but the texture is very similar, just the shape is rather different. That said the batter for these is rather […]
Scones, filled with cream and jam are a lovely treat with afternoon tea. I really enjoy them, and found a nice, and easy, recipe from Mary Berry . The recipe will make a good 18 – 24 scones, with a 5cm cutter, depending on the thickness of the dough. They take no time at all to […]