Classic mini-scone

The British afternoon tea staple!

Scone originated from Scotland in the early 1500s and the first known reference was made by a Scottish poet in 1513. The word probably comes from the Dutch “schoonbrot”, meaning fine white bread, and the closely-related German “sconbrot”, which means fine or beautiful bread. Is it a cake? A pastry? A biscuit? Or bread, as its origin suggests it? Hard to say, as scone has a unique texture which is entirely its own!

The best way to enjoy it is with jam and clotted cream. 


  • Flour T45
  • Butter
  • Sugar
  • Eggs
  • Cream
  • Salt
  • Baking powder

Contains gluten, dairy and eggs. May contain traces of nuts and sesame.


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