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These soft and buttery Strawberry Sour Cream Scones are perfect for afternoon tea. The sour cream gives the scones a slight tang and a cake-like texture.
Scones conjure up images of an idyllic afternoon sipping tea and savoring tiny morsels of food with dainty china and lace tablecloth. No afternoon tea will be complete without scones. These lightly sweetened treats are best eaten warm with butter, clotted cream, and jam. Flavored scones can stand on their own with just a little butter, if desired. They are usually flaky and tender but some are more cake-like in texture.
Scones with Cake-like Texture
Today’s Strawberry Sour Cream Scones are more cake-like in texture but still quite delicious. They are soft and buttery with a slight tang from the sour cream. I came across this recipe in one of my cookbooks, Tea-Time at the Inn by Gail Greco. This is an interesting scone recipe that is egg free and uses sour cream. I was eager to give it a try but decided to use strawberries instead of blueberries as they are in season right now. It was one of those buy one-get-one-free kind of deal that I could not pass up.
The recipe below was adapted from Tea-Time at the Inn cookbook by Gail Greco.
Tools Used in Making These Strawberry Sour Cream Scones
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Dough Blender, Top Professional Pastry Cutter with Heavy Duty Stainless Steel Blades
Stainless Steel Pastry Scraper, Dough Blender & Biscuit Cutter Set (3 Pieces/ Set)
Stainless Steel Round Cookie Cutter Set, 3 pieces
AirBake Nonstick 2 Pack Cookie Sheet Set, 14in x 12in and 16in x 14in
Strawberry Sour Cream Scones
- Preheat oven to 425°F (220°C).
- Combine flour, baking powder, baking soda, salt, and sugar in a large bowl.
- Cut butter into flour mix until it resembles coarse breadcrumbs. Mix in strawberries.
- In a small bowl, combine milk and sour cream. Pour into strawberry mixture and blend with a spatula until a sticky dough forms.
- Turn onto a lightly floured surface and roll out to ½-inch thickness. Cut dough with 3-inch round cutter.
- Bake in oven for 15 minutes or until golden brown.
Scones and Tea Time
These delightful Strawberry Sour Cream Scones are best eaten warm with a little butter and a cup of tea.
Enjoy…..and have a wonderful day! 😎