3 ingredient traditional scones

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November 2, 2014

3 ingredient traditional scones 5 0 5 5
  • Prep: 15 mins
  • Cook: 1 hr 30 mins
  • 15 mins

    1 hr 30 mins

    1 hr 45 mins

  • Yields: 12

Ingredients

4 cups self raising flour

40g butter

1 ¾ cups any sort of milk

Directions

1Sift flour into a bowl.

2If you forgot to let the butter warm to room temperature first you can cheat, and with a grater, using the fine grate section, grate butter into the bowl.

3Using your fingers, work the butter and the flour together until there are no more lumps of butter and it has the consistency of fine crumbs.

4Make a well and add the milk, stirring with a butter knife until all ingredients are combined.

5Turn dough out onto a floured work surface and work together until it is a solid dough.

6Roll out to about 3cm thick and use a cookie cutter (or if you couldnt find one, a wine glass, as I did, though it was a little more difficult) to cut into 12 circles.

7You may need to cut some, then roll dough back out again to cut more (as I did) or you could manually fashion the blobs if you wanted.

8Put into a pre warmed slow cooker that is lined with baking paper and cook on high for 1.5 hours with tea towel under the lid

9Serve warm as is, or warm or cold with butter and jam, or pretty well anything you want to put on them. For variety you could add some sultanas or dried fruit to the dough.

10So so simple!

Submitted by Christy Roth

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10 Reviews

It’s says to cook on HIGH in recipe 🙂

You could try greasing it instead??

Nicole

August 23, 2017

Just made a batch of these. My first ever scones. My mum was very impressed and couldn’t believe they came out of the slow cooker. Yum yum and so easy.

Debbie

August 22, 2017

I dont think id be able to fit 12 in my slow cooker what temp do you put it on low…high..or auto

Marz

August 22, 2017

Yum looking forward to making these for school lunches and afternoon tea thx for the share 😉

Debra

August 22, 2017

Please can anyone tell me if baking paper is a must? Or what I can use as a substitute? I just can’t find any in the backwoods country.

Kareena Ruby

March 15, 2017

My kids and sister were very impressed love this recipe so easy i even got the kids to help thanks for this .

Natasha Devenie

May 17, 2016

Yummy, yummy, yummy. I didn’t think they would work but they are so delicious and not heavy either.
Thank you very much for the recipe.

Sally James

May 6, 2016

Absolutely amazing! So easy to make.

Rozi Pottsy

February 19, 2016

I made these for my dad who didn’t believe scones could be made in a SC’er
I sure showed him…..
‘Gee, these are even better than your mothers’
Perfect – Thanks for the recipe

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