Scones on a Rainy Day


I dont know what the weather is like at your place but it is raining miserable drops of water all around us. But our water tanks are overflowing so I guess at least that’s a great thing.

I enjoy nothing more than a cup of tea and a warm scone with jam and cream and my little people gathered around me to light up my home.

Many of my gorgeous friends have spent plenty of time around my big wooden dining table with a pretty tea cup filled with hot tea and a tray of scones in front of them. So, I thought I’d finally share my very easy scone recipe with you, so you can make them tomorrow.

Preheat your oven to 220• and grease a baking tray with butter.

Combine 2 1/2 Cups of Self Raising Flour, 1 Cup of milk and 30grams of melted butter into a mixing bowl. Use a butter knife to combine the ingredients. Once it resembles dough, empty it onto a lightly floured bench. Lightly knead. I then use a rolling pin to get the desired thickness. I like my scones little so I use a napkin ring to cut them out. Place them all close to eachother (Actually touching). Once all cut out, lightly brush with milk. Put into your hot oven for 10-15 mins. I like mine to be golden brown on top.

Served best with a hot cup of tea in a pretty tea cup and with plenty of jam and cream.

I hope you enjoy them as much as we do xxx

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