If you look on this blog, there are 31 posts tagged with the word "scone" and even more posts where the word appears within the post.
That is a LOT of scones!
I recently tried a simple recipe from the Rose Bakery cookbook, "Breakfast Lunch Tea".
These scones are not sweet.
Perfect with some coffee or tea.
Adapted from "Breakfast Lunch Tea" makes 9-10 small scones
81.25 grams flour
25 grams ground flax seed
10.9 grams rolled oats
1 teaspoon baking powder
1 teaspoon powdered sugar
50 grams unsalted butter
1 teaspoon maple syrup
1/2 cup low fat milk
part of a beaten egg to glaze
Put the first 5 ingredients into a bowl then cut the butter in until you have small crumbs.
In a cup, mix the syrup and milk.
Mix together until it is combined.
Roll out to about 3 centimeters thick and use a small cutter (2 inch round) to cut out 9 or 10 scones.
Glaze with the beaten egg and bake for 20-25 minutes in a 200C (400F) oven.
Enjoy with your favorite beverage.
NOTES: With the addition of oatmeal, the texture of these were more like oatcakes. Still, I liked them and would make these again.