This scone (or biscuit if you are a US reader) recipe is easy! The less handling the better to keep it light and fluffy on the inside. Dust fingers and the cookie cutter with flour before handling the doughy mixture and this will make things less sticky.
1.Preheat the oven to 200°C (392°F).
2. Sift the flour into the mixing bowl.
3. Using the butter knife, make a well (hole) in the centre of the flour.
4. Pour cream into the well.
5. Pour lemonade into the well.
6. Mix gently with a knife until all ingredients are combined to form a dough.
7. Put some extra flour onto your kitchen bench top. Place the dough onto the flour.
8. Turn the dough over so it is coated in flour, gently pressing to about 4cm high.
9. Use the scone cutter to cut out the scones, re-shaping the dough gently to use up scrap sections.
10. Place scones onto a baking tray.
11. Use a pastry brush to glaze (put on the milk).
12. Place tray in the oven. Bake for 12 minutes.
13. Cover with tea towel until ready to eat.
14. Enjoy with whipped cream and jam!
Find a photographic step by step guide to this recipe in the Your Kids OT shop. This is great for kids to use as a tool for independent cooking (with minimal help). In this recipe children may need help to turn the dough over, cut the scone, reshape the dough for cutting and using the oven.
Perfect for morning tea or afternoon tea (or maybe even breakfast), these scones must be tried! The whole family will love them.
Have you made lemonade scones?
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Hi, I'm Cindy and I am an Occupational Therapist. I enjoy working creatively with children to see them reach their potential. Read more about me here.
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