White Chocolate Blueberry Scone Recipe w Lemon Glaze
I’ve been really looking forward to sharing my white chocolate and blueberry scone recipe with you. It’s been on my “to do list” since my lovely friend and Thermomix Group Leader Gemma announced a “Scone Off.” Gemma requested pictures of everyone’s favourite Thermomix scone recipe. I immediately knew which recipe I wanted to share.
A quick morning tea that can be ready in 30 minutes!
- 450 gm self raising flour
- 2 Tbs caster sugar
- 30 gm butter
- 310 gm milk
- 90 gm blueberries must be frozen
- 115 gm white chocolate bits
- 1 cup icing sugar
- 2 tsp lemon juice
- 1 zest of one lemon
- 2 tsp water or as needed
Preheat the oven to 180-degree celsius.
Place baking paper on a tray.
Place flour, sugar and butter in TM bowl. Combine 20 sec/Speed 7.
Scrape down the bowl.
Add berries and chocolate chips. Mix 15sec/Speed 2.5.
Scrape down the bowl.
Add the milk to the dry ingredients. Combine Knead 35sec.
Flour the bench and hands. Tip dough onto the bench and form into a round circle.
Transfer the dough to a baking sheet. Cut the circle into wedges and separate the wedges slightly.
Bake for 25 minutes or until golden.
Combine the glaze ingredients in a bowl.
Mix until smooth. Add more water if necessary.
Use a spoon to drizzle glaze over the cooled scones.
Handle the dough as little as possible to ensure a light scone mixture.
Prior to owning a Thermomix I would always make scones in the food processor so converting my recipe to the Thermomix was a cinch. If you don’t have a Thermomix use your food processor to combine the butter and flour. Then mix the remaining ingredients in with a large spoon. Try to use your hands as little as possible, scones like to be cold. The warmth from your hands will melt the butter, this results in a heavy scone.
Are you wondering what my scones taste like? Obviously, they’re delicious! Even with the addition of white chocolate, they’re not overly sweet. The lemon glaze gives a lovely sweet, tart finish to the fruity treat. The texture of my scone is light and buttery on the inside. I love eating these when they’re hot and find they don’t need butter or cream to be fabulous.
The inspiration for my scone recipe came from Bakers Delight. I liked the idea of the Bakers Delight scones with fruit and white chocolate, however, they tasted a little artificial. My scones are more natural and homemade tasting scone.
As with all scones, they’re best consumed on the day of baking. Having said that my kids took them to school the following day and were pretty pleased with them for recess.
If you’re looking for a basic, never fail scone, I have a classic Thermomix scone recipe here that I’m sure you will love.
What I love about this recipe is that it’s quick and no fuss. Just 5 minutes effort with the Thermomix and 25 minutes in the oven. Then the gorgeous smell of freshly baked scones will fill the house. Even if you don’t have time to make this recipe, now why not pin for later.
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