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Scones. ‘Sconns’. ‘Scoanes’. How ever you like to pronounce it (to rhyme with ‘cons’ is my personal preference), scones rule! They are quintessentially English, so that’s a good start, but they also taste amazing, particularly when smothered with jam and clotted cream.

**Baking time: 190c/375F for 15-20mins**

500g plain flour (plus extra for dusting)
2 rounded tsp baking powder
2 heaped tbsp of caster sugar
1 tsp salt
110g chopped cold unsalted butter
300ml whole milk
1 egg

Optional extras
Clotted Creeeeeeeam
Jammmmmm!

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44 Comments

  1. Elpheba says:

    After having struggled for years to make a good scone finally succes 🙃 Thanks so much for the recipe and instructions!

  2. Frank Johnson says:

    What should the oven temp be and for how long?

  3. Rituja B says:

    If I wanted to make savory scones, can I just eliminate the sugar? Or does the recipe need something in its place? If so, what do you recommend?

  4. Mitchell Robless says:

    FOR BAKING SONCES YOU CLOUD SET YOUR OVEN AT 220C HOW LONG CLOUD IT TAKE

  5. Gladys HernandeZ says:

    Y el huevo para cuándo?

  6. Maria do Carmo Giannini Balekjian says:

    I love scones with jam and clotted cream…best thing ever…yummy

  7. A.M. P.M. says:

    – About 4 cups flour (extra for dusting)
    – 2 ROUNDED tsp baking powder
    – 2 heaped tbsp caster sugar
    -1/2 cup butter (usually a unsalted butterstick)
    – about 1 1/4 cups milk
    AND
    – 1 egg for eggwash

  8. Nim says:

    What happens if I use Self Raising flour instead?

  9. Ying Yan says:

    How many fridge magnets have you got?!?!?!?!?!?!??

  10. Ellite Equine says:

    the thing i hate about Jemma is that she wastes alot of food. whether its not scraping the bowl, throwing away food that is perfectly edible and delicious just for a video(see her perfect cupcake video), or being too lazy to not reroll/reuse dough….

  11. Maria Jose Flamarique says:

    I'm in ready to put them in the oven and i don't find time or temperature. Anybody HELP

  12. Vineeta Ganju says:

    What temperature do you bake them in & for how long?!

  13. Rose27 says:

    yummy

  14. Suzanne Hart says:

    I love how when you made this you had no idea you was going to have baby Eden 😍

  15. Hameedha Abdul Nasser says:

    I just watched Salee's version of the same recipe on this channel !!!!

  16. D Lattimer says:

    Fantastic tip!!

  17. Numa Gregory says:

    how long must you bake them and what temperature?

  18. Hee Yoo says:

    What's a difference between rounded tsp and just tsp?🤔

  19. NoPants says:

    tattoos put me off… dirty dirty

  20. Ashlie Neevel says:

    Sacrilege! She put the jam first

  21. Teriser Bacchus says:

    I love it

  22. Michelle Crowder says:

    Made these beauties and I must say, in all my years of making ‘ok’ scones, these were the best ever!!!

  23. Jean Runyan says:

    This is the second scone recipe I tried. This is the first time the flour and butter was crumbly, just the right texture described. But both times, when I add milk, the dough just entirely becomes too runny. I am measuring everything correctly. Ended up adding about an entire other cup of flour to get the dough into a consistency that would allow me to shape it. Currently waiting for them to come out of the oven but I've a feeling it will be more like bread or biscuits. What am I doing wrong?

  24. Rory says:

    Must be amazing to have a partner who is a professional baker. Mmmmmm

  25. Honey Chopra says:

    Could their be a replacement for egg

  26. Andrew Wilson says:

    Just put all the trimmings on a baking tray and cook with the scones. Get some interesting and tasty snacks.

  27. atomic_ creeper says:

    Mme Ferlay ouais ouais

  28. Linda Mallia says:

    I just baked these they came out so good thank you ..i would cream then jam just a little of both ..yum

  29. kalpana Sadanandan says:

    I tried this scone recipe. It was perfect. Thanks.

  30. Panda Bamboo says:

    Thank you for the recipe, they came out lovely!

  31. Cam Cam says:

    I tried this recipe but I think 300 mis. of milk is way too much, hence, my batter was very runny. Epic fail!!

  32. Akane says:

    so she just threw away the dough because it’s not as good…? I’m horrified… you’re not running a bakery, you’re cooking for yourself

  33. mingzybaby says:

    Recipe doesn’t work. Plain flour with only 2 teaspoon of baking powder doesn’t rise.

  34. Aesthetic Blossom says:

    How long doess it bake

  35. Aesthetic Blossom says:

    How long doess it bake

  36. Halima Ahmed says:

    Made these with the kids today. Kids enjoyed making them and even moreso eating them!! They were yummy. Thank you

  37. Chassummer Sonatina says:

    Did I miss the temperature of the oven?

  38. Shelley Symons says:

    it said 2 tsp od baking powder, however it looks as though 2 tbsp have been added? I followed the 2 tsp and mine hardly rose at all?!

  39. Josephine Lo says:

    You didn’t say oven temp and time?! 😰

  40. athariell says:

    Always use this recipe and Im never disappointed:-)

  41. Billy Dickson says:

    How long in the oven and what temp ? please

  42. lebron james says:

    i made these and they turned out so good and i actually suck at baking so everyone should try this

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