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Pick your preferred language. We speak English and 42 other languages. Loved the peace and tranquility of the lodge with a view of the horses in the fields. Lovely environmentally friendly toiletries. Wonderful and understanding staff. Very friendly and patient staff. Ready to help anytime.

Morning and evening swimming in the clean outdoor pool is my favorite activity during my short stay.

The pool is even larger Our room had double glassed doors to the outside area and thus no problems with road noise. Bathroom newly tiled and top shower.. Great location to all clubs shops etc. I've stayed here 2 other times.

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We enjoyed beautiful drives around both places. Scone is famous for horses and beautiful horse studs. We enjoyed our stay overnight. Just an over night stay, and catch up with friends. Was a lot of noise and the rooms in this hotel need to be updated, was roomy and clean, for one night I would recommend any longer, not sure. Star rating I couldn't give, quiet expensive to other places I have stayed over night when commuting.

May pr may not stay here in the future. Dine at The Cottage. Stay at Airkie House and assume the negative reviews were written by competitors or their families. Position on the hill provides wonderful views of the countryside around Scone. Incredibly peaceful and restful. Share the garden with king parrots, finches and wrens overlooking the neighbouring horses. Very friendly hosts who went out of their way to make our stay very memorable.

Fabulous and generous breakfast. Good BBQ for a leisurely dinner with fantastic views. Very happy we chose Inn Scone for a last minute stopover.

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All rooms have a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a private bathroom. Review "family owned prooerty. Airlie House Motor Inn Scone. Review "The refurbished room had all that was required nice comfortable bed, room size great for 2 people. Description Segenhoe Inn Bed and Breakfast offers historic accommodations in the heart of Aberdeen, less than a 5-minute walk to shops and restaurants.

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Fresh Cranberry Scones | Two Peas & Their Pod

I also freeze them before I bake them, that way I can mix them up one day and bake them at will. My favorite ones are dark chocolate , caramel, with sea salt.

My second is pumpkin pie with maple drizzle. Had never made scones before but followed the recipe to a T and they turned out perfectly. And as someone who hates cutting in butter, that grating tip really made the process much less annoying! Omg I made these for my poker club girls and they woofed them up. They thought they were delicious. They call me showoff. I always give them some to take home.

How could I make these with orange and craisins? How much orange juice or zest? Please let me know the best way to flavor them orange with craisins.

Thank you so much!! Marie, I am always experimenting with this recipe to make new flavors. I would use orange extract and orange zest.

I have also used mandarin oranges that have been patted dry. You could just make an orange drizzle or glaze to put on top. I have even made a couple of savory ones, yum yum. Honestly, these are incredible! I have had many scones in my travels through Scotland and England and these are absolutely as good, if not, dare I say it better! As soon as my first batch was gone, I was in the kitchen the next day making more. The sour cream makes a world of difference! This recipe is definitely being saved as my go-to scone!

Mine were very dry and would not hold together. I added about three small splashes of milk to each circle and that seemed to help. I have found I can get 32 scones out of a recipe. I cut 8 pieces out of a 7 inch circle. I am making 90 scones. The Greek yogurt is fantastic in this recipe. I also refrigerate the cut scones before baking.

I have learned over the years that when measuring flour spoon it into your measuring cup. That way your recipes turn out moister. I do it in all my recipes. OMGosh…………this is the best scone recipe I have tried! I made a batch wild blueberries and also a batch with frozen cherries Awesome! I would definitely cut out half the sugar next time.

They were a little too sweet for a scone. You and I have similar dirty dish strategies lol and I loved the kick the tires and light the fires comment!!!! I made these today.

They are soooo delicious! Thanks so much for the recipe! And happy New Year baking to you. I made this 2 times, both were great. I am gonna make this scones today again, in a food processor this time. I found this recipe 2weeks ago, but made it twice already. Will be the 3rd time today. Absolutely love that I have all the ingredients at home and the scones were just like the ones from the bakery — and this was my first attempt!! Grate the butter it should be cold for this recipe anyway into the bowl.

Still poofed up and turned out beautiful. I did some with dried cranberry and some cheese. I think next time however I will cut back on the sugar, especially for a more savoury type scone. A bit too sweet for me.

Still a beautiful rise to them and very fluffy and light. I made these less healthy and put mini semi-sweet chocolate chips.

The kids and the hubs love them. Hi Gm Just made these. They came out great. Left some plain and used dry cranberries in the others. Even my picky eaters loved them. Thanks for the recipe. Continue the great baking. Absolutely delicious, incredible, never make another recipe again. You are a genius.

I made mine with fresh green gage plums from my tree. These were absolutely delicious! I can not stop eating them. I substituted greek yoghurt for the sour cream and they were still awesome. I just want to say, I love your narrarative mixed in with the written directions for the recipe! Making recipe now, but just reading it was a pleasure! Everybody who has tasted them, are hooked. I have halved this recipe using a ratio of almond, tapioca, and coconut flours respectively.

It has been an excellent equal trade mix for traditional flour recipes. Thank you for this delicious recipe; We love it! These were very good! I added a light vanilla glaze which added the crazy amount of sweetness I like.

I surprised my wife this morning. It was a bit hit! So, they came out delicious, I have to say right off the bat. However, they all melded into one big scone in the oven so I just cut them up into bits. You can totally make fun of my baking fail though I am not above blaming my baby, gnawing on my legs while I was baking. But could you also maybe help me troubleshoot what I did wrong? I read back through the ingredients and did not leave anything out… thanks in advance!

Made scones for the first time using your recipe. I have no need to try any other. Am making my third batch today. Karlynn— I am making these tomorrow for a brunch and am thinking about making the dough tonight and refrigerating over night and then baking tomorrow- Thoughts? They really are the best ever, very moist and great taste.

I make your recipe all the time, and smother them with Devonshire Cream and strawberry jam. These scones are so moist they are still good the next day, which I have never found with a scone before.

Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed. Print Recipe Jump to Recipe. This post may contain affiliate links. See my privacy policy for details. The best scone recipe ever. It always works and it's the perfect base for other flavors! Whisk together the flour, sugar,baking powder and salt in a large mixing bowl. Cut in the butter using a pastry blender or two knives in a criss-cross fashion, until the butter is broken into pea sized morsels in the flour.

Add the sour cream mixture into the dry mixture, working it in. The dough can be a bit dry, but if you use your hands to combine it, it will be perfect. If needed add milk until it's combined. The secret to a good scone is a drier dough, not gluey. When the dough is combined, mix in the fruit. I fold in delicate berries by hand. Cut each circle into six equal triangles. Bake on a well greased or parchment lined baking sheet for minutes, until the scones are browned nicely on the bottom and slightly on the top.

Calories Calories from Fat Baked Goods recipe sconces. Heidi 3 months ago Reply. Elizabeth Winslow 5 months ago Reply. Annie 5 months ago Reply. Karlynn Johnston Post Author 4 months ago Reply. Ruth 1 week ago Reply. Melanie 5 months ago Reply. Thank you for posting the recipe for these lovely looking scones! I can't wait to try them and other recipes! You were wonderful and so are those scones. Can't wait to have a go at baking again. It has been a joy to watch you blossom as the series unfolded.

Thanks for posting this- I have been watch GBBO on iplayer and was rather sad to watch the last episode today- I will miss sitting down with a cup of tea to breastfeed my new baby and watching the latest episode! Your scones look fab and you have def inspired me to get baking and learn how to do it properly out comes my bible-like Delia book! I like the idea of the sugar crust — good for texture interest as well as extra yumminess.

I've only just watched the Bake-Off final on iPlayer, as every week as I can't watch on Tuesday evenings, but I have been cheering you on every week albeit with that time delay from just up the road in Bramhall!

Well done — a great effort and I have loved seeing your ideas. The oven temperature is mentioned just after the list of ingredients: Hi Ruth my name is Halle, i am 12 years old an i love cooking. My grandma died recently, and she was very well know for her cooking i found her old recipe book and i have tried lots of recipies.

So far i have made succsesfully lemon,chocolate and vinnila cupcakes, chiili con carne, spag bol and many others. I was wondering have you got a really easy recipie for a lovely bread, that hasn't got to many flavors and is easy to make with out a electronic mixer. I have always wanted to make bread and so far i have made tomato and basil rolls, but i wanted to try something a bit different. I thought you cupcakes were cool even if Paul thought they were over the top i dont really think there ever is a top.

I also loved the way you were so organised, i am not very organised and i always get flour everywhere, my mums quite sick off it i love your food and i will soon be making your lemon cake that you did in the first show. Please reply, i will be looking forward to it. What a great blog Ruth — beautiful picture and fantastic recipes. Do I need to change anything if i remove the sultanas?

I would like to make plain scones. I've made loads of different scone recipes, but never with a sugar topping. It's a lovely idea and I'll be taking down the recipe! Brown sugar, cranberries, orange and Christmas spice has just come to mind as a different twist!

Never baked before but your enthusiasm and wonderful cakes made me try — Love your different style. Congrats you were great in the competition. I really enjoyed watching The Great British Bake Off,and these scones in particular looked amazing in the show,I will definately be using this recipe next time I making a batch of scones.

I really am pleased to have found your blog! Good luck with everything. I loved the idea of the sugar crust when I watched the final of the show last night. I am a regular scone baker but had never considerd this topping. I will be trying this. Thanks for sharing your great idea with us. Thank you Anonymous, was reading to fast, so overlooked!

To impressed by beautifull pictures and so much worthy information. On the GBBO your scones looked lovely, wasnt happy with pauls comments — think he was just a grumpy so and so that day. How could he say they were too big, er hello you can never make anything cake or savoury too big, i would have loved to have tea with all those treats. Hes just too picky. You won hands down Ruth. Keep up the good work. Just taken a batch out the oven, they smell delicious and the instructions are so easy to follow, even for me!

Thought you did so well in the final, I thought you were going to win. Loved the way you were so calm under pressure! So loved you on the Great British Bake Off — routing for you the whole way through.

Sky plus so watched final last night, please say you will be doing a cookbook. I will now be a regular blog reader. They look sooooooooooo good!!!!! I might ditch the sultanas though, not overally keen on them, okay absoulty hate them!!!! Ruth, thankyou for the recipe. I have so enjoyed watching the programme. One of the highlights to my week whilst being off sick from work for 2 months.

I have linked your blog on mine as I was chatting about baking. I hope thats ok. I have had such a craving for scones since i watched tuesdays final!!!!! Making them today for definite! Made these scone today YUM! Eaten in seconds with loads of jam and cream. I got 7 scones out of this recipe but they didn't rise very much. Do you double your recipe to make the scones thicker? Mine were also a bit crumbly I am assuming they were under-worked is that right? In your recipes could you let us know how many portions we should get.

Thanks loving your work, you are amazing x. Congratulations on how well you did in the Great British Bake Off and thank you so much for starting this blog so we all get to try your wonderful recipes! I have just tried to make these scones and, although they do taste great, I did experience a problem which I was hoping for your advice on? In the recipe you say that the dough should be quite firm, mine still felt very wet and sticky and it was difficult to get well shaped scones out of it, and it was impossible to pick them up to dip in the egg wash and sugar, so I ended up using a pastry brush instead.

Have you got any suggestions as to where I might have gone wrong? Hi Ruth i am looking forward to trying these. I made scones for the first time this week having been inspired by you guys on the show. I have to say i was pretty impressed with what i turned out too. These scones look and taste divine — I made them for a tea time treat and everyone loved them!

I loved watching the series and was disappointed that the 'book of the series' didn't contain manay recipies from the series!! It re-ignited my love of baking…and my daughters' too! And tonight we have a proper English tea….

Just out of the ovena dn they look and smell delicious! Congratulations with your place in the final. To be second is a great, great achievement! I'm Dutch but loved to see every tuesday the program on BBC.

Unfortunately we can't see the internetserie. Maybe it's only available in the UK. Wish you all the best with your baking. Will visit your blog a lot to try some of the recipies myself. Staceybullen if your dough was too wet the simple truth is too much liquid. A tip for very accurate liquid measure is to weight instead of judging it in a marked container mls is grms weighing liquid is the best way. Your scone recipe is amazing, the sugar on the top makes they soooo yummy, me and my mum are a big fan!

The recipe should make you six scones. The key to the right consistency of the dough is measuring the milk correctly, however flours absorb liquid at different rates so if your mixture is crumbly it will need a tidgy bit more milk. The trick to them rising is really using the correct cutter — a glass will work but it will seal together the edges of the scone as you press it out and will stop it from rising.

And yes 6 scones is probably never enough — if you want some more then double up the recipe! Hi Ruth, I made these at the weekend — really nice! I put some butter and jam in one this morning, wrapped it in foil and took it to work with me for a mini 4 o'clock afternoon tea! Shame it was at my desk but it brightened up my Monday afternoon none the less!

Really enjoyed watching the Bake Off — you always looked so calm and organised. Well done on reaching the final! Made these scones last week and they were perfect!! First time ever I made scones, so I was really pleased! Am eating a warm one right now with lashings of jam and cream. Loving the sugar crust.

Just wish there more than 6!! You have shared some excellent tips x. Why do my scones sometimes go lopsided in the oven? They are perfectly straight when I cut them but once in oven they lean over x. Just a quick update you can leave out the sultanas if you want plain scones nothing needs adjusting. For cherry scones just replace the weight of sultanas with cherries.

If you're after a really straight rise chill the cut scones in the fridge for an hour before baking, I don't because I don't mind wonky scones! Just made these for afternoon tea with my Mum. Had to try one out first and yum! I've never been able to get my scones to rise before — the tip of not twisting the cutter is a beauty. Just made Paul Hollywoods scones and all most all of them wonky!! Actually, I didn't wait. I had to eat two of them with loads of butter, while they were still warm.

I made your scones with buttermilk and vanilla sugar for the crust and they turned out so wonderful! Going to make more this evening and also going to try some with Dutch speculaas spices don't know if you know speculaas but it's a mixture with cinnamon and ginger, cloves and lots more in it which we eat a lot in the time leading up to Sinterklaas the original Santa Claus.

Yummy, thanks for the tips. Don't have much space for rolling out so patting down the dough worked really well and I remembered not to twist my cutter: My daughter and I bake alot together and she was avid about the programme. Well done, personally I thought you were the winner.

We have just made these scones and they are absolutley lovely — thank you for sharing your recipes. Fantastic recipe — thank you. A great twist on a fruit scone. Black Forest Brownies next……. I've just made there and they were great. They're so much better than other scone recipes I've seen. The sugar crust is a nice touch, especially for those with a sweet tooth. How anyone can say your scones were too big is beyond me, who wants a tiny scone when you can have a big one.

I want to take them on a picnic but won't have time to bake them before i go, how long will they last? Could i freeze them? Hi mellylucy — the scones are best served freshly on the day made but to make in advance I would freeze them as soon as they've cooled. When you need them defrost them and then bob them in a hot oven for a mins just to refresh them xx.

Thank you for getting back to me so quickly! Thanks for the great recipe, it is the first time my scones have turned out great!

I have just made up a batch and they are in the oven now! Nervously awaiting them coming out, and fingers crossed they will turn out ok! I am 16 and a keen baker, and have never made a scone before so whatever the outcome i shall be happy! They turned out beautifully! Still too hot to eat but watch this space! Have made a lot of scones, but felt they were always too heavy.

Look forward to trying these ones with all your tips [thank you for that.

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