Monday, 24 March 2014

Strawberry and yoghurt scones~ Secret recipe club 24th March 2014


This is my assignment with the Secret Recipe Club.The aim of the club is that you are allocated a blog from which you have to select a recipe and try it and blog about it. My assigned blog was AnniesNOMSThis blog is written By Annie. Browsing through her blog there were many  sweet treats and dessert recipes and were all temptingly delectable. I finally selected a healthier recipe which was Strawberry and yoghurt scones. I had to convert the recipe to grams and I also halved the recipe and I added a spoonful of mixed seeds and omitted the egg. The scones were delicious.

Delicious strawberry and yoghurt scones for a perfect teatime treat served with strawberry jam.

Ingredients:

170 g self raising flour
50 g wholemeal flour
85 g caster sugar
1 teaspoon baking powder
pinch of salt
5 large strawberries finely chopped
100 g muller low fat  strawberry yoghurt
1 tablespoon mixed seeds
1.5 tablespoons melted butter
1/2 tablespoon milk to glaze
2 tablespoons strawberry jam for serving.



Method:

1.Preheat oven to 200 degrees C / 375 degrees F and line the baking tray.
2.Place the flours, sugar, baking powder and salt in a large bowl and mix together.Toss in the strawberries and mixed seeds and mix together into the flour.
3.In a separate bowl place the yoghurt, melted butter and whisk together.
4. Add the yoghurt mixture to the dry ingredients and then mix until a dough forms. Do not overwork the dough.


5.Dust the work surface very well and knead the dough lightly , adding flour as you need to until the dough it less wet.
6.Roll out the dough to about an inch thick.
7.Cut out the scones, keep rolling out the dough and cutting as you need to. I made12 small scones with this mixture.



 8.Glaze the scones with milk and  Place in the oven and bake for around 16 minutes or until risen and golden brown.
9.Remove from oven and transfer to a wire rack to cool.



To serve cut the scones in half and spread with strawberry jam.

73 comments:

  1. These look nice and yummy. My daughter has just made scones for the first time. She wants to make me some for mother's day. I'll print out your recipe for her.

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    1. Great Maya I really hope she enjoys making these.

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  2. I love scones and will have to remember this one once strawberry season (one of my very favorite fruits) hits here in a few months.

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    1. Strawberries are available now in supermarkets already :)

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  3. Looks nice, new and professional...I think chef skill to be good at a range of course, Have extensive experience of specialty diets and food preparation.

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    1. Thankyou Robin for your lovely comment.

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  4. I absolutely adore scones! I could eat them all day. I love Delia Smith's recipe :)

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  5. Delicious... I made strawberry yoghurt scones last year after seeing Holly form Recipes from a Normal Mum making them on this morning.

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  6. Mmm! I love scones and these look delicious!

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  7. These scones look wonderful! Nice pick for SRC

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  8. These look delicious! I love scones and love that these have yogurt. Great SRC pick!

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  9. wow!!! wow!! awesome pictures dear!! luk so yumm and delicious!

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  10. Wow wow wow I must try these!

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  11. Seriously been drooling throughout this post. I need to make these. Like now!
    www.maxandmummy.co.uk

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    1. Hi Laura, there is nothing stopping you once you make them you will not be able to stop eating them especially with jam and clotted cream.

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  12. These look amazing! Never made scones before. Maybe will try them in the future.

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    1. I hope you do Ellen they are so delicious.

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  13. Oh they look delicious and so easy to make. Do you think the addition of yoghurt made a difference to the texture of the scones?

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    1. Adding the yoghurt gave them additional flavour and made them moist too.

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  14. They look amazing, never thought of putting strawberries in the scones :-)

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  15. You scones lok lush. Love the fact they have wholemeal flour and yoghurt too.

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  16. I have never made scones before, I really must try. Yours look lovely.

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  17. These scones look delicious. Have not tried them with yoghurt before, perfect for this weekend.

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  18. looks so yummy ...delicious scones

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  19. This sounds awesome! They look beautiful too :-)

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  20. Looks so yummy! Thanks for sharing. :)

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  21. One to remember for the strawberry season, they sound yummy!

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  22. Oh wow these look so good. Will be trying these this weekend!

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    1. Clare please do drop by and leave me some feed back as to how you enjoyed them.

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  23. Great recipe ... I'm adding this one to my list of ones to try :-)

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    1. Gail I really hope you have ago at these they were delicious.

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    2. I've book marked the recipe :-)

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  24. Oh yum these look do good! Thank you so much for sharing. x

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  25. These sound lovely! Thanks for sharing!

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  26. Those look absolutely wonderful! I love the strawberry and yogurt combination in desserts. So yummy!

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  27. Never tried yogurt in a cookie/scone recipe. I'll bet it helps keep it moist.

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    1. Yoghurt is a good substitute for replacing eggs

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  28. These look delicious, perfect Spring time recipe! X

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  29. yummy, think I need to make these xox

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    1. I hope you do get a chance to make them chloe.

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  30. I am going to make these, I love scones x

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  31. Sounds amazing - I have only occasionally made scones and they are so straightforward I always why I dont make them more!

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  32. Oh my gosh these would be RIGHT up my boyfriend's street - I'll make them for his birthday :D

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  33. These look and sound amazing. Definitely one for my 'must bake' list.

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  34. Gosh, what a lovely scones! Would love them for breakfast ;)

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  35. What a great recipe, I love the idea of strawberries inside the scone as well as strawberry jam! pinning

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  36. I might have to try these myself

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  37. These look really delicious. Definitely going to try.

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  38. Yummy - these sound gorgeous! Have never thought of using yoghurt in scones - I usually use buttermilk.

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  39. These look absolutely incredible! I have been craving a cream tea for ages now and this has just made it worse lol!

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  40. Thankyou for sharing this lovely receipe these look devine i can't wait to bake them :D

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  41. What an interesting idea - must try this.

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  42. I would love to try these, thank you for the recipe!

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  43. These sound delicious and would be easy for my daughter to adapt for her gluten free diet too!

    @jaizduck

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  44. Yummy I have to try these x

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  45. I must make these they look yummy x x

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  46. These look absolutely divine, I will definitely try and make these as soon as the strawberry season begins. Thanks so much for this recipe!

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