These scones have more of the texture of drop scones, it is a very soft mix but still makes incredible scones, they are even better served with jam and cream! Don't expect to be able to make these like normal scones though, the mixture is a lot thinner and definitely not handleable, but they are delicious scones none the less.
Added 18th September 2014
Recipe by Alison Wheatley
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