Raspberry Cream Scones

Raspberry Cream Scones

 

Raspberry Cream Scones

 

Raspberry Cream Scones

You need look no further if you’ve been searching for the perfect scone recipe. This is it. These raspberry cream scones come together quickly…and instead of my usual dried fruit addition, I mixed in some luscious, plump red raspberries.  These drew all sorts of praise from my knitting group…even sans clotted cream…rich and tender, they really were excellent without any accoutrements.

Raspberry Cream Scones~


Ingredients

Adapted from America's Test Kitchen

  • 2 cups flour
  • 1 tablespoon baking powder
  • 3 tablespoons sugar
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 5 tablespoons cold butter, cut into 1/4 inch cubes
  • 1/2 cup fresh raspberries
  • 1 cup heavy cream

Instructions

  1. Preheat oven to 425º.
  2. Combine flour, baking powder, sugar and salt in mixing bowl. Whisk to combine. Cut in butter with pastry blender until it looks like coarse born meal with a few slightly larger lumps. Gently stir in fruit. Add heavy cream and stir with spatula or fork till dough begins to form.
  3. Pour out onto counter top and knead very carefully till dough comes together into a slightly sticky mound...only about 5-10 seconds. Pat into a rectangle about 1 inch tall. Cut into 8-12 rounds using a biscuit cutter.
  4. Place onto parchment or Silpat lined baking sheet. May brush with cream and sprinkle with sugar if desired. Bake 11-14 minutes till light brown. Cool on rack 10 minutes before serving. May serve warm or at room temperature. These freeze well.
  5. You may also make these in the food processor. Be careful not to over process.

Yield: 8-12 depending on the size of your biscuit cutter.

    Total time: 20-30 minutes

      These are best on the day made. Freeze leftovers and just pop in the microwave for a delicious treat.

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        Nutrition Facts
        Serving Size
        Amount Per Serving As Served
        Calories 2425kcal Calories from fat 1336
        % Daily Value
        Total Fat 148g 228%
        Saturated Fat 92g 460%
        Transfat 2g
        Cholesterol 479mg 160%
        Sodium 1563mg 65%
        Carbohydrate 246g 82%
        Dietary Fiber 11g 44%
        Sugars 48g
        Protein 32g

        Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet. Your daily values may be higher or lower depending on your calorie needs:

        Calories 2000
        Total Fat Less than 65g
        Sat Fat Less than 25g
        Cholesterol Less than 300mg
        Sodium Less than 2,400mg
        Total Carbohydrate 300g
        Dietary Fiber 25g
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        Comments

        1. Oh boy, scones. I just love scones. Something about the texture. I’ll bet raspberry is delicious in a scone.

        2. Pegasuslegend says:

          One of my favorite scones, make them all summer long in season they never looked this good will be trying your recipe next time! Lovely photo do you give lessons? I need them these are just stunning!

        3. Like the idea of putting the raspberries inside, makes for a much flavorful scone. The crackly appearance gives me the impression they would just melt in your mouth. Great post!

        4. The Mom Chef says:

          These look amazing. I love, love, love scones and raspberries are my favorite fruit. Thank you for sharing the recipe. You can’t go wrong with America’s Test Kitchen, can you. Claudia’s right too; the photography is stunning.

        5. Oh my goodness, these are amazing. I have never made scones but you have convinced me I need to try. Just gorgeous!

        6. looks so good!

        7. they look and sure taste so amazing.

        8. Lovely and nice Lizzy, the red is striking out here and there between the scones.

        9. Those look wonderful, Lizzy! Lately, I tried making some peach scones (low-carb) and they really were not great. I will take some tips.

        10. Mmm, these look fantastic! I love jam on scones, but these look like they’d be perfect on their own!

        11. Lizzy what nice idea for scones!! look delicious! I think baking is far my favorite thing of cook! lol

        12. Three-Cookies says:

          The magic ingredients are raspberries and heavy cream I suppose. This does sound absolutely divine, buttery and creamy!

        13. Curry and Comfort says:

          These looks absolutely delicious! I am a big fan of raspberries in bake goods. 🙂

        14. I have been thinking of making scones for quite sometime and now I have your recipe , def will give thse beauties a try , the look just gorgeous 🙂 .

        15. I’m thinking I was a part of your knitting group! These look wonderful.

        16. I’ve not making scones for ages, yours look so pretty and delicious with the raspberries in it!

        17. Those scones look so happy and relaxed, for some reason. Tea time!

        18. Lynne @ 365 Days of Baking says:

          Ooh, I made some of these a while ago and they were the most moist (sounds weird), ok, moistestest scones I’d ever had and very delicious with the freh raspberries.
          And yours are so pretty, Liz!

        19. MMM they look like little cookies! These look delicious!

        20. Definitely printing out this recipe. I have a hard time with scones…they don’t always turn out for me.

          {swoon} these raspberry cream scones look so good. I wonder if frozen raspberries will work too?

        21. Becka (The Elegant Eggplant) says:

          These look delicious.. and fairly simple too! I love raspberries in my desserts… my favorite berry by far!

        22. oh man you’re making me hungry

        23. yummy yummy..Delicious..

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        24. Yet another reminder of me not having breakfast. 🙁

          Sigh… I could go for some raspberries right now.

        25. Balvinder ( Neetu) says:

          Loved your Raspberry scones. I have made scones with strawberry and blueberry. But never really tried raspberry in baking. they are so delicate.

        26. Cassie//Bake Your Day says:

          I love scones. The raspberry looks so beautiful in them too. Yum!

        27. Sounds similar to my scone recipe and if I toss in raspberries then that means I get to have the scones to myself, as my wife doesn’t enjoy raspberries. 🙂

        28. These are gorgeous and I HAVE been looking for the perfect scone recipe–they’re always too dry or too sweet, but I’ll definitely try this one.

        29. Looks delicious, I love the lovely color of raspberries on your scones…oh and your chocolate chip cookie cake looks scrumptious!

        30. I can only imagine how wonderful these taste! Gorgeous photos too Lizzy!!

        31. Christine's Pantry says:

          Looks so good. Will have to try this.

        32. Jen at The Three Little Piglets says:

          Scones are my weakness! And using heavy cream makes ALL the difference, IMO.

        33. Another winner, Lizzy! These look delish!

        34. This looks deliciousss

        35. I love scones and great tip about freezing leftovers and then throwing them in the microwave for a quick treat. These would be great to have on hand for holiday guests. Yum! 🙂

        36. I love scones and these look so pretty and yummy! Love, love, LOVE raspberries!

        37. These look incredible. WOW. And I adore Raspberry. YES! x

        38. I haven’t made scones in far too long…these look amazing! PS: I have a holiday giveaway going on right now!

        39. Mmmmm … I didn’t know cookies and scones can be made with sweet cream. I must try this one! Love raspberries, my country is the biggest producer of raspberries in the world 🙂

        40. Raspberries… cream… scones… Test Kitchen – you nailed it all and the photos are proof! Perfect!

        41. I REALLY have to be your next door neighbor! You make so many delicious treats. These scones look and sound phenomenal!

        42. Wow, these scones look awesome, love the raspberries in it. Must taste so good!
          Hope you are having a nice week Liz 🙂

        43. The Baking Gypsy says:

          Oooh these look just too good to be true! Fortunately they are!
          These scones look soo good…I’ve been craving scones too. I would love to make these!

          xoxo,
          Tammy

        44. I’m always looking for new ways to bake with raspberries, and I just love this idea Lizzy. The scones are gorgeous!

        45. Wow – these look really impressive and delicious!

        46. Very very similar to the basic recipe that I use! I haven’t tried them with fresh raspberries yet, though. What a lovely addition 🙂 Glad your knitting group loved them!

        47. Oooh….YUMMY! Perfect for a get together – portable! I imagine they were a huge hit!

        48. My goodness those look amazing! Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

        49. Baker Street says:

          I was planning to bake some blueberry scones today! Your recipe sounds perfect! Think i’ll give this a go! 🙂

        50. Well…from now this become also my recipe for scones: they look so good!! Thanks Lizzy

        51. Awesome scones! I wish we’d get these type of scones around here…raspberry, oooohhh:)

        52. Wow these look amazing! Just thinking raspberry cream makes my mouth water. I will absolutely have to give these a shot. And I don’t know if I’ve every said this before but I love the design on your site, especially the header so cute!

        53. They look great! I have tried only plain scones and with raisins..

        54. Vicki Bensinger says:

          I love recipes like this. So simple but with outstanding results. These look delicious! I’m sure I’d gobble them up before anyone else could eat them. Great photos.

          Sorry I haven’t been by in a while. I’ve been soooo busy with classes. No time for me!

        55. Ꮮуռ (ᶬˠ ᶩᶤᵗᵗᶥᵋ ᵐᵋˢˢᵞ ᴻ ᶜʱᵋᵋᵏᵞ) says:

          You’re really an amazing baker, Lizzy! These raspberry cream scones are beautiful and look very soft and delicious! 😉
          I have to ask you for some helpful tips on baking for a beginner like me! ;P

        56. Terri @ that's some good cookin' says:

          Gosh, Lizzy! These look so good. If I made then, I would eat the whole thing all by myself!

        57. Cheap Ethnic Eatz says:

          Oh Liz these look great. I have a baking itch as we speak and I have blueberries to use. I will make this after my comment 🙂

        58. Nami | Just One Cookbook says:

          My favorite scone is in Monterey where I have to drive at least 1.5 hours. I’ve been meaning to make one myself and your recipe sounds pretty easy for me to follow. I bookmarked and let’s see how soon I can make this… =P Eventually I will. For now I’m satisfying that I found and bookmarked the delicious one. lol.

        59. Ooo raspberry cream! Delicious! I am somewhat addicted to eating scones so I try not to make them too often, but I will have to try these babies out!

        60. The Slow Roasted Italian says:

          Geez, take a little blogging break and here you are baking up all these delicious goodies!

          YUM!!!

        61. I can’t wait to make these for my scone loving husband. They look awesome, Lizzy.

        62. These look mouthwatering! I adore scones and the heavy cream makes a huge difference. The texture looks perfect too.

        63. I love how simple this recipe is!

        64. These are just gorgeous; I love raspberries and don’t often see them in baked goods so I’ll have to try this soon.

        65. Alea Milham says:

          Your scones look fantastic! Thank you for sharing this delicious recipe with the Hearth and Soul Hop.

        66. I am a scone fanatic. I just love them and they are so versatile and easy to make! Your raspberry cream ones look heavenly!

        67. These scones look divine, Liz! They would be perfect with tea right now 🙂 So yummy!

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