Couldn’t get better.
This entire weekend has actually been perfect.
Friday I handed in the big school assignment I had been working on for a long time, then 4 friends and I enjoyed the great weather together, had the most amazing dinner and then biked down to the lake to meet the rest of my class. Super cozy – me made a fire and made s’mores and talked and talked.
Up on the bikes again and then we biked down to the neighbor town where we met another friend and just sat and talked. Spontaneously two of my friends and I went to my house and where we slept.
After a fun walk in the morning they went home, and the rest of the weekend I spend on cooking, running, walking, photography and some crafting. Just as i like it :)
I really like scones. I’m not a big fan of actual cake and danish pastries. I like it, but I’d rather have a cookie, homemade Shrovetide buns, “buttermilk crescents” (those are very Danish – I have to share a recipe once) or a scone. You know, cake which are more bread-like.
So today I decided to make scones.
What I hadn’t thought about before is, that scones are very simple to make. They don’t require kneading, no rising and for this recipe everything can be made in one bowl.
I find it strange how most recipes on scones calls for heavy cream. Seriously? I’ve always made scones with yoghurt. I think the reason is that I once had a children’s cookbook in which there was a recipe on scones. That recipe called for sour cream, and since we never have sour cream I used yoghurt instead. I’ve done so ever since, and the scones turn out so good.
|Enjoying scones on the sunny terrace|