BAKING: Dreamy Coconut Scones

I had a girlfriend come over yesterday for Tea, which had put me in the mood to bake. Hoping to find something low in Sugar, I had stumbled across a few idea’s that wouldn’t have us packing on the mouth watering crystal. Not cookies, not cupcake, not brownies but Scones. With only 1/3 cup of Sugar in the entire recipe – I think I did not too bad.


I’ve been toying with idea’s on what I would do for my YouTube channel, after seeing someone yesterday post a Baking Tutorial, I had my “Ah Ha” moment, and here is what came from it. 


What are your thoughts… fun? successful? Would you watch something like this again from me? I would love to hear your feedback. I actually had a lot of fun putting it all together. It took me 15 minutes to video and about 6 hours to edit {teehee}. However now that I know what I am doing, it should be much much quicker next time. 


Should I expand my blogging to include vlogging as well?






Dreamy Coconut Scones Recipe


2 cups Flour
1/3 cup Sugar
1 tbsp Baking Powder
1 tsp Baking Soda
1 tsp Salt
1/2 cup Butter | cold and cubed
1/2 cup Coconut
3 tbsp Coconut Milk
1/2 cup Sour Cream
1 Egg
Brown Sugar | for dusting

Directions

Adjust oven rack to middle position and preheat oven to 400 degrees.
In your stand mixer, mix Flour, 1/3 cup Sugar, Baking Powder, Baking Soda and Salt.
Cut Butter into cubes and drop into flour mixture; turn your mixer on and let it work the Butter in leaving it looking like a coarse meal.
Add in Coconut.
In a small bowl, whisk Coconut Milk, Sour Cream and an Egg until smooth.
Pour Sour Cream mixture into Flour mixture until it forms a large dough ball.
Roll dough into 6 equal Scone balls, squishing them down slightly, giving you a small flat surface.
Sprinkle with Brown Sugar.
Bake until golden, about 13 to 15 minutes.
Serve with Devonshire Cream and Jam along side a Steaming cup of Creamy Earl Grey. 
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  1. If you feel you are ready for it you should definitly do it 🙂

    xx
    meinmode.blogspot.com

  2. You should definetely include more vlogs on your blog 🙂 You made me feel like baking something right now

  3. Amazing Tai!!! Absolutely amazing! You are such a star!

  4. Aaah these look heavenly! I’m going to high tea at the Little White House in Fort Langley tomorrow. I’m so excited, they have excellent raisin scones with jam and Devonshire cream. I would totally try these coconut ones at home!

    ~Britta
    http://www.vancouvervogue.blogspot.com

  5. You have no idea how much I’m drooling right now! I’m a coconut fanatic!

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