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Make some warm homemade scones in less than half an hour. The sultanas are optional.
A quick banana bread for the bread machine. Use the DOUGH setting for mixing, then BAKE with the control set to light.
After trying 101 recipes for a white loaf, I always ended up with a heavy dense loaf. After experimenting for some time, I have come up with this light weight yummy loaf. Have a go and see what you think.
I got this recipe from a co-worker. Everytime I share these scones I always get a compliment. They are quick to make and moist. Serve them warm with butter or jam! You can also add sultanas or fresh blueberries to this recipe as a variation.
If you're looking for a fluffy and chewy naan bread recipe, this is it. This recipe is quick and easy to make and tastes fantastic alongside any Indian curry.
These scones have everything you want in a cheese scone. They're light, fluffy and full of cheesy goodness. The trick is not to handle the dough too much and work very quickly. If you can do that, you'll be rewarded with a fantastic scone. Serve with lashings of butter for that indulgent treat. Perfect for picnics, afternoon tea or elevenses.
Super quick and easy pizza base which does not require yeast. Made with 4 simple ingredients which can then be completed with your favourite toppings! I usually fry half an onion and use that along with half a can of chopped tomatoes, a fresh tomato, some peppers and tuna. You could also use bacon, ham or chicken.
These scones are far from plain! They are lightly sweetened, soft, fluffy and delicious. Serve with lashings of clotted cream and jam for a superior afternoon tea.
Delicious cheesy, bacony goodness served warm or cold! These are truly the most tasty savoury scones ever! Perfect for suppertime or breakfast. Irresistable!
Very quick tasty scones, not as dry as bought ones. My family love them so much, so I make these every second day, 2 or 3 batches of them and they are always eaten. Everyone says these are much better than bought scones. These ones are raisin scones.