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Treacle Scones

Treacle Scones created by byZula

I had these for the first time when I moved to Scotland. This is what would happen if gingerbread and scones had kids. :-) I doubled the recipe when I made them and am not sure if I miscalculated, but there was a lot of liquid! So, if your dough is too liquidy, add small amounts of flour until you have a soft dough. They will still come out great! :-)

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25mins
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directions

  • Sift the flour and spices into a bowl.
  • Rub in the butter as finely as possible.
  • Dissolve the treacle, sugar, and salt in the milk.
  • Add to dry ingredients and mix lightly to a clear dough.
  • Turn out on to a floured board, divide in two, and form into round shapes.
  • Roll out and cut across into four or eight, but do not completely separate the scones.
  • Glaze with beaten egg.
  • Bake in a moderate hot oven for approximately 12-15 minutes.
  • Test for doneness.
  • Serve with sweet cream butter and a selection of marmalades and jams.
  • Note: You may have to experiment with the timing depending on the individual oven.
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"I had these for the first time when I moved to Scotland. This is what would happen if gingerbread and scones had kids. :-) I doubled the recipe when I made them and am not sure if I miscalculated, but there was a lot of liquid! So, if your dough is too liquidy, add small amounts of flour until you have a soft dough. They will still come out great! :-)"
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  2. byZula
    I had these for the first time when I moved to Scotland. This is what would happen if gingerbread and scones had kids. :-) I doubled the recipe when I made them and am not sure if I miscalculated, but there was a lot of liquid! So, if your dough is too liquidy, add small amounts of flour until you have a soft dough. They will still come out great! :-)
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