2 cups SR Flour

Pinch of salt

1/2 cup milk

1/4 cup water

1 tsp sugar

30g chopped cold butter

suggested optional flavours

Handful of:

Frozen raspberries and white chocolate chips OR

Frozen or fresh blueberries OR

Sultanas OR

Grated cheese and chopped chives

Rub in the butter


Place butter and flour together in a large bowl and rub with your fingers until resembles breadcrumbs. Add sugar, milk and water and chosen flavour, if any, and stir until a sticky dough. 

Place dough on a floured surface and knead gently into a ball, then squash or roll it to 2cm thickness, cut with a cutter and place in a greased or lined tin. Brush with milk to glaze and bake for 12-20 mins at 200 degrees, this will depend on your oven so watch them!

Serve with butter and enjoy!

White Chocolate and Raspberry Scones FTW!
Kids love cooking!

Big thanks to our friend Amy from Amy’s Once Upon a Pie for sharing her recipe and photos with us!

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