Bake your Momma Some Scones

imageMother’s day is around the corner and nothing beats baking your Momma something special. For me it’s another story, for Mother’s day i like to make things for my children and love ones. Here, i’m sharing my version of to die for Mother’s Day Scone Recipe with all.

I have always loved scones. It’s crumbly like texture melting in the mouth simply reminds me of a good cookie + muffin dough intertwined making it that much more scrumptious and delicious. Not to mention, it smells so good once it’s baked out from the oven and ready to be eaten. I have tried various recipes in making the perfect scones for both savoury and sweet… but non the less, this is definitely the most requested favourite in my house.

I SWEAR! It’s ridiculously easy to make and my kids loves to help!

Here’s my ALL TIME FAVOURITE recipe for making my pretty famous + awesome scones. One that will get you hooked and yearning for MORE!


325g high protein flour

20g baking powder

40g fine sugar (or less)

pinch of salt

110g chilled butter

100 g dried currents/cranberries

1 egg

1 teaspoon vanilla

150ml whipping cream


Sieve high protein flour, baking powder, fine sugar, salt and chilled butter together until it forms into a breadcrumb texture. Add in your dried currents/cranberries

Mix in egg, vanilla and whipping cream into the mixture until it turns into a dough like texture.

imagePlace the dough onto a floured surface and cut it to your desired shapes.

imageUse egg yolk (not written in the ingredient list) and gently brush along the scones with the egg yolk.

imageBake in preheated oven of 170 degrees celsius for 8-10 min.


It’s so easy to make!! Delicious to eat and plenty of bonding time for me with the kids!

*I bet you can tell how much my lil girl enjoyed herself from the photo of her face. πŸ˜€


What more can a Mother ask for, right? πŸ™‚

Happy Baking! πŸ˜›



  1. I love scones too! I’ve never baked them from scratch before though…but I’ve done it from scone kits. Yours look really tasty, gotta love the slightly tart burst of flavor the cranberries would give. I bet it’s amazing when served hot with butter.

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