BREAKFAST THOUGHTS: HOW TO BAKE SCONES:


baking scones

Baking has become a form of therapy for most people in this season; mostly insinuated by the amount of banana bread that has been baked and hashtagged online. Hence, the decision to join the bandwagon by baking British scones. If you follow me on my social media pages, you'll also notice that I love me some baking, and this is an opportunity to amplify my skills. 


However, before I share the ingredients and the link to my video showing how I bake my scones, I want to check-in on everyone. I hope y'all are doing alright, as it's been such a tough and challenging time for both countries I identify with; Nigeria and the United States (U.S.) For the latter, protests have rocked major cities to show strong displeasure about the unwanted killing of George Floyd and several Black American people at the hand of racism and the police, while at the former a young girl reading in church, was raped and murdered. Still on Nigeria, a little girl was raped by 11 men and another shot by the police.


My heart is dismal, with the continuous tragedy that has trailed this year. I hope in all of these going on that you find a way to lend your voice to justice. Also, comfort those who are grieving, and remember self-care is important in maintaining your sanity.


Scones are quite easy to bake for a beginner and take about an hour to put together. P.S. Heat oven at 350 degrees or 180 celsius, before baking. You can also source other ways of baking scones from YouTube.


Ingredients 

One cup of flour

Vanilla dropping (optional)

Baking Powder (2 tablespoons)

1/2 tablespoon of salt

Butter (proportionate to the flour)

Cream & Milk 

Eggs (2)

A little cup of water


The bake time is 20 minutes, after which scones are best served with strawberry preserve and clotted cream. Watch the full video on my Instagram Tv, and leave your comments below.



Besides, I want to leave you with a bible verse, to encourage you into the new week. 


2 Corinthians 1:3 Praise be to the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of compassion and the God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our troubles so that we can comfort those in any trouble with the comfort we ourselves receive from God.


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