We had such a busy weekend, with Tarini's birthday, her party and the omnipresent homework.
But on Sunday morning I made sure I tried out this recipe that I'd been waiting to make for over a week. This came together in a matter of minutes, and it used minimal ingredients. The best part was how quickly they cooked and the fact that you can cook them based on when you want one, or cook them and toast them later to reheat.
These were called Griddle Scones with Honey, but we ran out of honey, so I had mine with butter and jam. I imagine maple syrup would taste nice too (if you're fond of it... it's not exactly my thing) and I'll need no persuading to make these again with a fresh jar of honey :)
What better place to get a good, British scone recipe than from the BBC Good Food website? I love it because they just have simple, easy recipes for the stuff that everyone wants to try and make.
These scones are light, easy and perfectly versatile, so go ahead and make some now-- they'll make a nice substitute for your toast or sandwich ;)