Drop scones are a regular feature in our household, as a weekend treat they give us a great excuse to slow down a little and eat a breakfast together. With lots of toppings, chatter, and sticky faces it never disappoints. We even dress them up for birthday breakfast celebrations!
I like to keep frozen soft fruits just for these occasions, and I heat up with a little honey for a tart warm sauce. This I serve with yogurt and oodles of honey!
I hope that you and yours enjoy this recipe, Katy x
Relax with this recipe - after a few breakfasts & pancake days you will work out your preferred 'mix'!
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Ingredients...(based on feeding a hungry family - around 4 drop scones each..)
Right, lets get cooking!
To cook - take your seasoned liner and pop it on your simmering plate, let it warm through for about 30 seconds. Transfer your mix to a jug so you can pour your cakes direct. Each drop scone pancake will use around 2 Tbsp of mix, so you should be able to fit 4 easily with room on your simmering plate. As soon as you see bubbles appear on the top surface and the edges have firmed up (not darkened) then you can flip over. Have a plate keeping warm in your simmering oven to store as you go, so that you can all eat together.
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