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  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Blueberry & White Chocolate Scones

    Today I was organising my old recipes that I wrote many years ago, then I came across this ‘Blueberry & White Chocolate Scones’ recipe. It was nearly 20 years ago, I fell in love with a Blueberry & White Chocolate Scone that I bought from a local bakery. Because it was quite expensive, I tried …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Earl Grey Tea Scones

    I was a little disappointed with these ‘Earl Grey Tea Scones’. I expected the Scone would smell amazing, but the fragrance of Earl Grey Tea was not strong. It was subtle, but still beautiful. I wondered what flavour of Icing would be good for these Scones. I chose Orange. I used 100% natural juice squeezed …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Dough

    Lorna’s Butter-less Scones

    My husband’s Great-Auntie Lorna gave me har Scone recipe nearly 30 years ago. It was a very simple one. Following her instructions, I have never failed to make high risen Scones ever since. Recently I have discovered another Lorna’s Scone recipe, that requires No Butter at all. Can Scones be made without Butter? I tried …

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    Savoury Buttermilk Cheese Scones

    My Scone recipes are all based on Auntie Lorna’s scone recipe. Lorna’s scones are made with basic ingredients only. I started to use Buttermilk instead of regular Milk, and the Buttermilk version makes even nicer Scones. Today I added some grated Cheese and Chives to make these Savoury Scones. Lorna’s recipe has been evolving into …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets

    Pumpkin Scones

    All my Scone recipes are based on Auntie Lorna’s Scone recipe. I needed to alter the amount of Milk for these scones because I added 1/2 cup pureed Pumpkin. It is a coincidence that these Pumpkin Scones have a strong resemblance to the famous coffee shops’ scones. I have never been to those coffee shops …

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    Chocolate & Coffee Scones

    Here is another variation of Auntie Lorna’s Scone. All my scone recipes are based on Auntie Lorna’s Scone recipe, because that’s the first and the only recipe that I have learned. According to the amount of dry ingredients and other wet ingredients, the amount of Milk needs to be altered. Once you know the texture …

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    Lemon & White Chocolate Scones

    Our next-door neighbours are very kind and they regularly share their garden harvests with us. Now I have a bucketful of Lemons! I am so grateful because our lemon trees have never produced fruit and I always have to buy them. Today I baked these Lemon flavoured scones based on Auntie Lorna’s Scone recipe. I …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Dough

    Buttermilk Scones

    I have a great scone recipe. It’s my husband’s great-auntie Lorna’s recipe. ‘Lorna’s Scones’ are fail-free high risen scones that have rather dry texture and we all love it. When I used Buttermilk instead of regular Milk, the dough became too dry. I needed to change the ratio. This is the Buttermilk version recipe. Makes …

  • Baked & Fried Sweets Matcha

    Matcha & Chunky Chocolate Scones

    Based on Auntie Lorna’s Scone recipe, my Japanese original ‘Matcha & Chunky Chocolate Scones’ are naturally delicious! If you like Matcha flavour, add extra Matcha powder. I used dark chocolate this time, but white chocolate is also very nice for this Matcha scone.Because baking time is only 10 minutes or so, these scones can be …

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    Lorna’s Scones

    Lorna is one of my husband’s great-aunties, his grandfather Theo’s young sister. My husband lived with her and her husband Ern when he was at Uni. They were lovely people. They say Lorna was a good baker.Many years ago, when I wanted to bake Scones for the first time, she gave me her recipe. It …