Thursday, October 27, 2011


If you look through my archives you'll see several many recipes for scones.

I've talked about these scones before here, but somehow never shared the recipe.

Here goes: Scones adapted from "O-uchi de cafe"
180 grams flour
8 grams baking powder
20 grams sugar
55 grams unsalted butter
30 cc milk
30 grams yogurt
1/2 egg

Cut butter into flour and baking powder
Add sugar, milk, yogurt and egg
Mix until dough comes together, knead it a little
Let sit in refrig for 30 minutes
Bake in 180C (350C) oven for 15 minutes

NOTES: the recipe says you can make about 20 but I came out with 14 using a 4 centimeter round cutter. They were kinda light when they came out of the oven, so I put them in the toaster for 3 minutes. With some fig jam and a cup of tea they were the perfect afternoon treat.


Liz That Skinny Chick Can Bake said...'ve inspired me to make scones for my knitting group on them fresh out of the oven!

Rowena said...

In that case I would need to double this recipe because atleast 5 out of that 14 would be gone in 10 minutes. It is so soup and hot pastry weather right now.

Jenn @ Baking Jenn's Blog said...

These sound delicious! Thanks for sharing.

K and S said...

can't wait to see the scones you make Lizzy, your photos are always mouth-watering!

LOL, you so funny Rowena :)

Thanks Jenn!

Take care everyone :)

jalna said...

Looks soooo delish!

Japan Australia said...

They look so good and I love a good scone with jam and cream :)

Japan Australia

Deb in Hawaii said...

They look delicious--especially with that fig jam and a cuppa. ;-)

K and S said...

Thanks Jalna :)

That sounds like a great way to enjoy them J-A!

Thanks Deb, wish you lived closer, so we could have tea together :)

Take care everyone.

K said...

These look great!

K and S said...

Thanks K!

Take care.