Jenny's Scones. If I had to make one scone recipe for the rest of my life this, would be it: the perfect base to add any fill-ins and flavorings you wish. For scones: In a mixer, combine flour, sugar, baking powder and salt using the paddle attachment. Add the butter to the dry ingredients and mix on low until the butter is mixed in and is the size of peas.
The last time I had them, I made them for a group of friends. When we were sitting down, we had a big dinner and we all watched the finale of Downton Abbey and there are wonderful, perfect touch for that. So they're delicious scones and I have a mock Devin Shire cream to go with them. You can have Jenny's Scones using 11 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve that.
Ingredients of Jenny's Scones
- It’s of Flour.
- Prepare of Sugar.
- You need of Baking powder.
- You need of Salt.
- You need of Cold Butter.
- Prepare of Cocoa Powder.
- It’s of Cream cheese.
- You need of egg slightly beaten.
- It’s of Heavy Cream.
- Prepare of Vanilla extract.
- You need of Powdered Sugar.
This super easy lightly sweet cake uses chocolate chips (or chunks of a dark chocolate bar) and toasted nuts. This recipe for English Scones is an absolute MUST for your baking rep and the perfect way to get into baking during the Lockdown times! How ever you like to pronounce it (to rhyme with 'cons' is my personal preference), scones rule! Add the self raising flour salt and baking powder into a bowl.
Jenny's Scones step by step
- preheat oven to 400°F.
- Add flour, baking powder, salt, cocoa powder, Cream cheese and butter to a food processor and blend until it resembles course crumbs.
- Transfer everything to a large bowl. Stir in heavy cream, egg, and vanilla mixing the dough by hand until dough is moistened.
- on a floured surface separate dough into four equal size balls, flaten each ball into a circle and then cut the circles into quarters.
- bake on and ungreased cookie sheet for about 15min.
- when done baking let cool then dust with powdered sugar.
Cut the butter into cubes and rub it into the flour mixture with your fingers until it looks like crumbs. Add in the caster sugar and mix. Make a well in the dry mix with a blunt knife. Dribble in the milk, stirring with the knife. If I had to make one scone recipe for the rest of my life this, would be it: the perfect base to add any fill-ins and flavorings you wish.