Scones, an afternoon tea classic, are often served with clotted cream and jam. They are pillowy, buttery and have a nice, crunchy outer shell, making it a must to have a bite right after they've been baked.
Adding buttermilk helps make the scones more supple and springy, and also adds a slight tanginess.
There is also the possibility of adding things into the scone batter itself, such as raisins, chocolate chips, citrus peels, any dried fruits you like, and more. If you are interested in spicing up you scones, you could add to the batter cardamom or cinnamon, or both!
If you lose the outer crunch of your scone, you could toss them in the toaster.
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