Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Almond Mixed Fruit Scones

I made some cream scones again. I have a little of the heavy cream left and I wanted to use it before it expired. I remember this cream scones recipe is very easy and yummy, no beater needed, just a fork/spoon to mix the dry ingredients and lastly pour in the heavy cream (or use a food processor). Form a dough, cut and bake, very easy.

I added raisins and candied pineapples in my almond scones this time. Oh mine, this scones are just so delicious, so good when it was still warm and also very good when it's cold or days later (if it can last that long). I offered my hubby a piece when it was still warm, he refused to eat it. I was like this is a very tasty stuff, still he shakes his head, oh well more for me and the kids then. Guess what, he came home today and decided to try one, less than 3 minutes later he came out from the studies and took the whole container (only 2 left), I had to yell at him, you got to save one for me ya, don't finish all! LOL! It is that good, can even convert my hubby!


SIG said...

Oh wow, I have some heavy cream left, wondering what to do with them. Thanks. That's lovely.sntdyfkg

Big Boys Oven said...

have them with thick thcik cream (clog cream) and jam, ooooohhhh I will definitely drop dead!

daphne said...

what a great way to have breakfast/afternoon tea! and i like the part when u said your hubby nearly finished it off even though he thought he might not like it at first.

Anonymous said...

Yummy! Your scones looks soo delicious. This will go into my "To Do List" for sure!


tigerfish said...

Remind me of English tea time of scones and tea. I love scones that are warm. So what to do when you want it warm? Microwave ah?

eastcoastlife said...

My hubby loves scones. I'm gonna try this. ^-^

Happy holidays!

Aunty Yochana said...

Hi Little corner of Mine,

wishing you and your family A Very Happy and Healthy 2008.

rgds. Lucy

Little Corner of Mine said...

Hi D,
Try this, easy and delicious, a great way to use up the heavy cream! :)

Hahaha BBOven!

Yes Daphne, normally he won't eat scones.

Glad you decided to try this Tricia. Feedback to me ya! :)

Hi Tigerfish, you microwave it if you want it warm like you do with biscuit.

Hi eastcoastlife, hope you & your hubs like this easy cream scones too. Happy Holidays to you too! :)

Thanks Lucy! :)

Beachlover said...

wow!! you scone look like my cookies!!hahaha!!..I never make scone b4..I still have some leftover heavy cream from tiramisu but have to check expire date first..oh!! I just bought another 2 big baking book,have plenty of scone recipe.maybe I should make some ,hubby whacked all my homemade cookies,gone !!.your look lovely..Thanks for your idea:))

Dwiana P said...

I wish I have time to make this. I really need to make this yummy scones sometimes though. Good choice for this winter and holiday.

Edith said...

wow this sounded delicious. Definitely going to give this a try next month. Thanks for sharing. Happy Holidays!

swim said...

Can you post your receipt for the scones and also receipe for making nasi lemak ( the rice part?). thanks!


bigfish_chin said...

Hi, guess would b nice if taking this with a cup of coffee ~
Nice cookies leh!

Little Corner of Mine said...

You're welcome beachlover! Yes, go make yourself some scones, if it turns out great, it's delicious! Soft and fluffy ya!

Thanks Dwiana. This scones is sure yummy, hope you find time to make some.

You're welcome E. Hope you like it too!

Hi Veronica,
The recipe for scones is posted already. Just click on the hyperlink of cream scones.

As for the nasi lemak, just like cooking rice in the rice cooker, instead of water, you put coconut milk, add a pinch of salt and black pepper and two knots of pandan leaves. Very easy!

Thanks bigfish. Yes, great with coffee, but since I added almond essence, it's delicious eating it alone too.

WokandSpoon said...

I've got some cream left over as well - must try your recipe - looks lovely!

swim said...

Thank you very much for the Nasi Lemak receipe. Wow! It is really easy. I will be trying it and let you know how it goes.


Cranberry said...

Wow, these scones just look simply delicious! How I wish I could have some to go along with my cuppa of coffee!

Little Corner of Mine said...

Wokandspoon, do give it a try!

You're welcome Veronica, yes it's very easy to prepare nasi lemak at home. :)

Thanks Cranberry. I wish to have some for my cuppa of coffee now too!