Today was the day- the day to bake scones. why… because I have never, ever baked them, I had some butter in the fridge, I live in England, and last but not least it is a Mary Berry recipe. Anyway I thought that I need lots of butter… oh well I will have to bake some shortbreads soon ;p But back to the scones. Recipe is as usual so simple and takes no time at all.Scones are delicious freshly baked especially when served with whipped cream and strawberries. They will be also nice to eat just with a butter. I was also thinking to maybe next time go a bit crazy with flavour… a bit more creamy, add some lemon zest or lavender or some spices? I would definitely try something new.


  • 1 egg
  • about 100 ml milk
  • 250 g flour
  • 1 tsp baking powder
  • 40 g soft unsalted butter
  • 25 g sugar
  •  120 ml whipped cream
  • strawberries
  • zest from 1/2 lemon


Preheat oven to 220 c degrees. In a jug whisk an egg.


Add milk up to 100 ml and whisk together.

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Put flour in a mixing bowl and add baking powder.


AAdd the soft butter and mix ingredients to make crumble.


Now add the sugar and mix gain.


Add egg with milk (leave about tbsp to brush scones later). Mix to create a dough but remember to not overwork it.


Place the dough on the floured surfaced and tap with your hand to flatten it to 2 cm thick.


Using 4 cm cutter, cut out scones…


…place them on a baking tray.


Brush scones with remaining egg/milk and place in the oven. Bake them for 10 minutes or until golden.


Cool down scones on the wirerack.


Whip the cream with 1 tbsp of sugar at the end add lemon zest.


Cut scones in a half and serve with cream and fresh strawberries.



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