Drop Scones



Sometimes scones can be a little difficult and technical to make. That’s why when i found this recipe and try it, i fell in love. Because this recipe is simple and they always turned out great. The funny part is that you can do it by hand or in the food processor (for when you are feeling a little bit lazy). Perfect, right?

I have this recipe written in a piece of paper and I can’t remember from where I took, but from a little research, there are lots of recipes for this scones.

Who doesn’t love some warm scones? With butter, jam, cheese, whatever you like it will go great. For breakfast, a snack in the meddle of the afternoon, or even before bed. You also can do a big batch and freeze, it’s amazing for work day mornings, just wrap them in a kitchen paper and heat them up in the microwave! Easy, right?

Here is the recipe!


  • 250gr flour
  • 30gr butter
  • 50gr sugar
  • 100ml milk
  • 2 tsps baking powder
  • 1 pinch of salt


Start by pre-heating your oven at 200c.

If you are using a food processor just put all the ingredients in at the same time. Turn it on at full speed for about 15segs and that is it. Your scone mixture is ready to be drop and bake.

Grab a big spoon and just drop dough in a sheet pan cover with baking paper. You can do the scones in any size, but if you choose to bake in a smaller size, remember to adjust the time of baking.

It will look something like this…


Bake them for about 15min, if they are as big as mine. Although, because all ovens are different, after 11min start watching them as a hawk. They will be ready when they reach that gold color.


And please, try, TRY, and wait for them to cool a bit before eating them.

To freeze, just let them cool completely, lay them in a tray, place them in the freezer for a few hours, them you can transfer them into a zip bag, close it removing the air inside. They will be good for at least 3 months.

You can also make some variations to the recipe such as adding some raisins, chocolate chips, chopped nuts, the sky is the limit.

I am definitely baking them this weekend!


Let me know what you think and if you tried the recipe, I would love to hear from you.

If you have any questions, or suggestions let me know.


JustCombined Girl



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