Tuesday, 16 April 2013

Choc Chip scones (in Pop Cake Maker)

These have been very popular in our house (a bit too much for our 2yr old who spent the days I made them asking for "one more ball mummy"). The recipe is a sweet mix, as opposed to the savoury one used for the cheese scones I made last week. This mix makes 48, so based on last week's going soft I kept the mix in the fridge and made them as needed over a few days so they always tasted fresh (don't leave the mix in fridge for longer than 3 days). They are chrispy outside, lovely & moist inside. I am now wondering if I can freeze the mix, but will have to hold off on that as it is full of puréed food at the moment for the youngest!

You can see I over filled on my first batch, which was ok as the over spill was biscuity. Nice to pick at!

  • 1lb plain flour
  • 3oz butter
  • 2 heaped tsp baking powder
  • Between 1/4 - 1/2 pint of milk
  • 2oz caster sugar
  • Packet of choc chips
  • Mix together baking powder, flour & sugar
  • Rub in the butter so it resembles bread crumbs
  • Mix in the choc chips
  • Make a well in the middle and add the first 1/4 pint of milk. Stir in.
  • Gradually add the rest of milk until the mixture is sticky.
  • Make sure pop cake maker up to temp & sprayed with oil.
  • Add in mix so just over brim.
  • Cook for 4 to 5 mins.
The final product, get them quick!

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