Golden on the outside, soft and fluffy on the inside – there’s really nothing better than a fresh, warm handmade scone topped with jam and a good dollop of cream.
In fact, scones are the one recipe I’ve never tried to master, because in my mind they just can’t be beaten by the ones my mum, and my nanna, used to make. One of my favourite memories are of weekends when I came home ravenous after a game of netball, and tucked into a massive serve of freshly made scones with my family. And then there were all the evenings spent at my nanna and grandad’s eating warm pumpkin scones topped with butter for supper.
It was a real treat, then, to be able to try so many of the delicious scones available in the Swan Valley. I mean, it’s a hard job, but someone has to do it, right?
I managed to wipe away the crumbs long enough to take detailed notes on every scone I ate, and am super excited to share my top picks in this new article on the Swan Valley blog.
From cheesy savoury scones, to honey sweetened scones, and of course simple but unbeatable classic scones, the Swan Valley has a perfect morning tea for everyone.
Want to know more? All you have to do is click here to read all about the Valley’s best scones – then take a day trip yourself to give some of them a try!