I love baking. I’ve always had a love for it, back when I was a little girl. I was always in the kitchen baking something. My mother even gifted me two small cookbooks when I was younger because I loved to bake so much. I’m the type to take three apples and make a miniature apple pie because I want something yummy in the home.
So now I’ll present to you some pretty damn good scones –
Unlike the last Russian Soul Sunday post where I took you step-by-step, I’ll show just pics of the before and after. The dough does come out very wet despite what the recipe says (and other reviewers agreed), so you’ll be dropping pretty wet spoonfuls on the baking sheet.
The scones, however, do come out quite huge:
So you might want to use a knife to cut them in half.
My review – they came out pretty yummy. My only complaint was the dough was much wetter than the recipe advertised, even if you use the correct measurements. Flouring the cookie sheet is highly recommended.
These scones go great with a hot cup of tea or coffee or a cold glass of milk.