Usually when its Winter time, I think of warm beverages, fireplaces and sweets that are on the comforting side. We’ve been making these yummy cranberry sweetheart scones for years at my house. They’re sweet, tart, buttery and so good with tea! I kinda feel a little British while eating these.. no but really I do. Don’t make fun of me!
Plus these yummy scones are so easy to make and require so few ingredients, that there is no way to resist them! Having unexpected guests or in the mood for a sweet treat that can serve as breakfast, snack or dessert but don’t want to spend a whole lotta time making it? Then this is definitely for you!
- 2 cup + 2 tbsp flour
- 1/3 cup + 2 tbsp sugar
- 1 tbsp baking powder
- ½ tsp salt
- 6 tbsp chilled unsalted butter cut into 12 pieces
- 2/3 cups dried cranberries
- 1 cup heavy cream
1. Preheat oven 400 degrees. In a large bowl combine 2 cups flour, 1/2 cups sugar, baking powder, salt and butter mix with a fork/butter cutter. This process must be done rather quickly, as it needs to stay cool. Mix until it resembles coarse meal. Then add the cranberries and heavy cream. Quickly mix until incorporated and resembles a dough.
2. Using the remaining 2 tbsp flour, lightly dust a clean surface and transfer doug. Roll out the dough gently using a rolling pin into a ½ inch thick disk. Using a cookie cutter (or in my case the top of a regular drinking glass) cut our circles (should be about 1/3 cup size wide. Place scones on on un-greased baking sheet. Sprinkle tops with remaining 2 tbsp sugar. Bake until golden brown 15 minutes.
Makes about 12 scones
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17 thoughts on “Sweetheart Cranberry Scones”
These look divine!
These look truly delicious.
I’m not a huge scone fan (they’re just too dry for me), but these look stunning.
these definitely aren’t dry- I can assure you! Thanks!
They looks gorgeous!
yummy looks great too.
NIce Scones!! I really love them. I follow a BBC Scone recipe where they use yoghurt. But your scones look like they have more sponge. I will try next time with the cream. Thanks
haha i know what you mean- they’re not very spongy though. My recipe comes out to have a perfect good scone consistency. Thanks!
Oh, these scones look so good! I’ve never made scones before but, after reading a lot of recipes for scones, I will give in and try these 🙂
These scones look so tasty – perfect slathered with come cranberry jam – I am in love with cranberries right now so everything reminds me of cranberry 😀
Great recipe and blog post!
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Those are just gorgeous–I love craisins. I wish my scones turned out this well!
These are just gorgeous and I cannot wait to give them a try!
thanks so much!