If you thought scones were tricky business, Andi Peters has a simple three-ingredient recipe which will change the way you bake.
Although Andi is a regular on ITV’s Good Morning Britain, today (Thursday, July 2nd) the TV presenter showed a different side to his talents. Andi headed to the kitchen to show off his culinary skills with his lemonade scones.
If you were intrigued by the simple recipe and want to try out Andi’s scones, then read on for this week’s recipe. Find out how to make the simple lemonade scones here.
Lemonade scones: Ingredients
The lemonade scones recipe seriously couldn’t be easier.
For the recipe you will need 300g of self-raising flour, 125ml of thick cream, and 125ml of lemonade. That’s it!
Viewers were shocked by the revelation that you could make delicious scones with just a handful of ingredients. One GMB viewer tweeted: “As someone who is rubbish at cooking/baking I am very excited to find out that there is a very easy recipe for scones, 3 ingredients and one of them is lemonade. Thank you @andipeters cannot wait to have a go!”
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As someone who is rubbish at cooking/baking I am very excited to find out that there is a very easy recipe for scones, 3 ingredients and one of them is lemonade. Thank you @andipeters cannot wait to have a go!
— Dawn (@Vegas21) July 2, 2020
How to make Andi Peters’ lemonade scones
Step 1: Preheat your oven to 220C and then lightly grease a baking tray for prep.
Step 2: Place the flour into a large bowl then add the cream and lemonade. Mix together to form a soft dough.
Step 3: Turn out the dough onto a lightly floured surface and knead. You will only need to knead the dough until it all comes together and the mixture is combined.
Step 4: Roll or press the mixture out to a thickness of around 2cm.
Step 5: Using a round cutter (Andi suggests 6cm), cut out your scones and pop them on the greased baking tray. If you use the 6cm cutter, the recipe should yield 8 scones.
Step 6: Bake for 10 to 15 minutes or until the scones are lightly browned. Serve with the classic jam and cream, or a topping or your choice.
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