Blueberry Scones!

by - February 06, 2017

Hey everyone,  

It's been a while since I last did a baking post, so today I thought I'd whip one up for you! This is a recipe for Blueberry Scones which I think is such a lovely concept but it never gets done!!


220g white self-raising flour
50g butter at room temperature
20g white caster sugar
150ml/5fl oz. full-fat milk
A handful of small blueberries (cut the big ones in half)
1 free-range egg, beaten, for glazing

Pre-heat your oven to 210 °C and lightly grease a baking tray/sheet.

In a large bowl, mix together the butter, sugar and flour using your fingertips until the butter is all mixed in. Add the fruit – coating it in the flour mixture will help the fruit to keep its shape without popping in the oven.

Once all the fruit is combined, add 2/3 of your milk and mix very gently with a wooden spoon. You’re looking to work the dough as little as possible, which will ensure light and fluffy scones.
If the mix looks too dry, add some more milk – you want a mixture that doesn’t stick to the sides of the bowl but forms a nice floury lump in the middle.

Tip your scone mixture onto a floured worktop/board and very lightly, for the least amount of time possible, knead together for a few seconds until it forms a round. Press down or use a rolling pin gently till you reach a consistent thickness of about 4cm.

Using your favourite round cutter, or the rim of a small teacup or jar, whichever you have, cut as many circles from the dough as you can. Gather up the scraps and bring together into another round that you can cut more scones from – placing the ones you’ve already cut onto your baking tray a good few centimeters apart.

Using the egg wash and either a pastry brush or your fingertips, brush the tops of your scones with the egg – this’ll give a nice rich shiny top to your scones. Try not to let the egg mixture run down the sides of your scones, or it’ll seal the edges and stop them rising all the way round, meaning you’ll get a wonky scone.

Bake for about 12–15 minutes. To test if they’re done, identify the wonkiest/most misshapen scone you have on your tray, remove it from the oven and cut open to check whether its cooked all the way through. If not, pop them all back in the oven for a minute.

So, thank you all so much for reading, and I will see you all very, very soon,

Love Lou

*This recipe is not my own. It was found on . All rights go to the author*

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