Baking Scones

Two cups of flour

Two cups of flour

Constance and Hattie are baking scones…

Perfect Hitty scones

Perfect Hitty scones

They have managed to make perfect Hitty scones…

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Perfect Human scones

Perfect Human scones

…and perfect Human scones.

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Afternoon Tea

Afternoon Tea

They have changed into their Liberty print frocks for a lovely afternoon tea.

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These are Cream Scones based on a recipe from Jesse Z Cool’s book Breakfast in Bed…The Hittys and I made a few changes because we didn’t have all the ingredients in the original recipe.

We changed it by using dried chopped blueberries instead of Apricots, no added salt, and for the  glaze, used only 1 Tablespoon of sugar, and unsalted butter.

The Hitty’s wee scones were cooked for 10 minutes!

Everyone said they were delicious!

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10 thoughts on “Baking Scones

  1. I can’t decide which I like the most…those lovely Liberty print frocks, that wonderful tea set, the yummy scones or the ever delightful Constance and Hattie. I give up…I love the whole photo!!! Thanks for the recipe link. I grew up on a farm, milk cow, chickens etc. and in my teens I did most of the cooking and loved to make scones. Happy memories!

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