Ramsay Family Cream Scones
|2 tsp||baking powder|
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|2 large||eggs, well beaten|
**IF MAKING A SAVORY SCONE WITH
HERBS OR CHEESE, SUGAR MAY BE
|1/2 c||chocolate chips or|
|1/3 c||white chocolate chips and 1/3 cup toffee chips or|
|1/3 c||white chocolate chips and 1/3 cup diced apricots or|
|1/2 c||raisins or currants or|
|2/3 c||grated cheese, cheddar or|
A few years back, a friend of my cousin, hosted a "scone lesson" day for the girls. They had fun experimenting with different kinds of sweet and savory scones. My cousin was so thrilled with the recipe that she shared it with the rest of the family!
Scones are easy and fantastic! You will find that they even put the "hockey pucks" they sell in stores and chain cafes to shame!!
I've added suggested mix-ins, but it is not limited to the suggestions... let your imagination run with you on this one! There are so many variations that you can make and all would be delicious!!
Mix dry ingredients thoroughly.
Cut in butter until mixture has a sandy texture.
Stir in your "mix-ins"
Pour liquid into dry mixture.
Stir together until the dough resembles a ball.
NOTE: If the dough ball is sticky and wet, add a few tablespoons of flour and work until the ball is dry, soft and doughy.
Using a plastic knife, slice dough ball into 8-12 wedges.
Place wedges on a cookie sheet about 1/4 inch apart.
IMPORTANT! Place cookie sheet on TOP 1/3 of oven!
Bake at 425 degrees for 12 minutes or until tops of scones are lightly browned.