Ever wondered where to find the best Thermomix scone recipes?
Maybe you’re a pro at the hand made scones but would LOVE to try them out in your thermie? In Episode 114, we share three of the best Thermomix scone recipes on the web. We were VERY popular amongst friends and family the day we made these.
The recipes we chose this week are:
Recipe 1 – “Best Ever Scones in the Thermomix” from Retro Mummy.
If you’re after your classic scone then this recipe is for you. Corrie from Retro Mummy has actually converted this recipe from the 1972 Country Womens Association’s winning scone recipe! So you know it’s going to be good!
These scones were loved by all, we followed the recipe to a tee, the only difference for us is that we had to bake them for 17 minutes before they were done. Each oven will vary though.
Pumpkin scones were a real treat when we were growing up. We LOVE LOVE LOVE pumpkin scones! What we particularly love about Thermolicious’ recipe is that she incorporates making the pumpkin puree into the recipe method rather than just saying ‘add the pumpkin puree’.
This recipe was so easy and the result was AMAZING!
Vibrant orange scones, even better than from the shops.
As suggested in the recipe we baked these in a cake tin close together so that they joined together. Due to the deeper tray in the cake tin (as opposed to a cookie tray) and the fact that they joined together, the result was a beautifully soft scone that you could pull apart to serve.
They looked SO GOOD!
Recipe 3 – Grain Free Pumpkin SconesR
Now if you are a pumpkin scone aficionado then these may not tick all of the boxes for you, however if you are looking for a grain free option these pumpkin scones will definitely scratch your itch.
They are delicious as a sweet bread either way, everyone who tasted them said that they were delicious. They are perfect served warm with some butter.
Here are some cool tips from this podcast…
- Sticky dough = Good for scones
- Use a floured baking sheet rather than a floured bench to contain the mess.
- We use a floured cookie cutter rather than the MC, we find that the shape isn’t quite right when we use the MC as the air has nowhere to go and deforms the shape of the scone.
- We have a heap of scone making tips and 3 yummy recipes for traditional, pumpkin scones and GF scones in the Tea Party Issue of The 4 Blades Magazine
- Bake your scones closer together and/or in a deeper dish for a softer scone
We also give you a brief history of scones which we hope you enjoy and will get you pumped up and ready to try one of these brilliant recipes yourself.
Do you LOVE scones? Which is your favourite variety?
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