This is really a simple and fuss free recipe with minimum ingredients required. I bake this with mum over the weekend with less than an hour as time is running late for me to rush back to KL. These bite-size scones are so convenient and I can take a quick bite while on my way to work.
180g self raising flour
50g butter, diced
50g granulated sugar
50ml whipping cream or milk
50g dried cranberries
1 egg, lightly beaten
(The proportions are so easy to remember, right!)
1. Combine oats, sugar and flour in a mixing bowl.
2. In a separate small bowl, combine egg and whipping cream. Now its time for action.
3. Rub the diced butter into the dry ingredients and mix with your hands until well combined. Then add the egg mixture to the flour mixture and add the cranberries.
4. Work quickly to form a soft dough and do not overmix. If the dough is too sticky, you can add in a little more flour.
5. Using your fingers, shape the dough into bite-size scones on a baking tray lined with baking paper.
6. Bake in a preheated oven at 190°C for 20 minutes or until golden brown.
7. Serve and enjoy while its warm. If you can't finish them, store it in a air-tight containers for up to a week but I bet it's gone within days ;-)
Oops before I forget, this recipe is adapted from Amy Beh's recipe.