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INGREDIENTS
In a jug or bowl mix flour..

In a jug or bowl mix flour..

..baking powder..

..baking powder..

..salt..

..salt..

..and sugar. I didn't have the patience to so it by hand so I used my food processor when adding the butter.

..and sugar. I didn't have the patience to so it by hand so I used my food processor when adding the butter.

In other words I moved the content of the jug to the food processor and then I added the butter.

In other words I moved the content of the jug to the food processor and then I added the butter.

Now we almost have a dough.

Now we almost have a dough.

Add as many dried cranberries as you like!

Add as many dried cranberries as you like!

Then add the cream.

Then add the cream.

Use a spatula to make a dough. If needed add more flour.

Use a spatula to make a dough. If needed add more flour.

Form 6 scones and place them onto a baking sheet.

Form 6 scones and place them onto a baking sheet.

Coat them with whisked egg.

Coat them with whisked egg.

Like so.

Like so.

Place the scones in the oven and bake for 20 minutes at 200 C.

Place the scones in the oven and bake for 20 minutes at 200 C.

I added a couple of minutes to the baking time since the scones were a bit "doughy" after 20 minutes. If they get too much color cover the scones with some foil.

I added a couple of minutes to the baking time since the scones were a bit "doughy" after 20 minutes. If they get too much color cover the scones with some foil.

These are best served right away but can be saved a day or so. IF you get any leftovers, put them in the toaster to get that lovely melted butter sensation again.

Enjoy the scones with butter and a nice (aged) cheese or why not with some cream cheese?

Enjoy the scones with butter and a nice (aged) cheese or why not with some cream cheese?

  • 500.0ml Flour
  • 2.0Tbsp Sugar
  • 1.0Tbsp Baking powder
  • 0.0tsp Salt
  • 80.0g Butter
  • 200.0ml Cream
  • Dried cranberries
  • 1.0 Egg