Tea-time requires some freshly baked scones and that’s why we have selected a few of our favourite scone recipes for you to enjoy for breakfast, brunch or over tea time. But first, you need to know how the perfect scone is made. The secret ingredient is sour milk. It’s the natural acidity in the sour milk that counteracts the baking powder taste which can often lead to a soapy or “fizzy” taste – which is NOT what you want. Ever.
These amasi and cheese scones are a delicious treat and fit perfectly into your lunchbox.
This next recipe is an entire meal on its own. Baby marrow chilli and cheese scones with whipped goats cheese and apple chutney can be enjoyed as a lunch-time snack.
Make sure you serve these sweet scone biscuits warm, with some butter and cheese to enjoy them at their fullest.
There’s been a great marmite and Bovril debate and it’s safe to say marmite wins. These marmite cheese scones are a great savoury scone choice.
If you can’t have any gluten then these gluten-free buttermilk scones are just what you need. Add some whipped cream and delicious strawberry jam to the mix and you have a winner!
A healthier take on your traditional scone are these wholewheat scones these can be served with basically anything you desire.
Let us know which of these scone recipes you prefer!