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Monday, February 1, 2010

Bible Study and Scones :-)

Don't you love getting with friends, reading God's Word and discussing it? I do.

What about warm scones, fresh cream and jam? Yep, have to admit, it's a weakness. Today I combined the two and went to my KYB (Know Your Bible ) group to nourish my soul, and took along morning tea, to nourish the body.

KYB has been a part of my life for a long time. I love it. It encourages daily homework, has lessons built on the Word of God, and lets me get together with other women to encourage and share. I've been to groups in Toowoomba, Bourke, Condobolin and now Dubbo. It's lovely that some in the group here in Dubbo have been in a group with me in Bourke as well. This term we are studying the Psalms.

So, how to make the scones? Well here's a super easy recipe from an old friend, that has worked out everytime I've made them, and are usually a hit. (As long as not too many friends are on a diet) :-)


Turn oven onto 450f (239c)

Prepare a tray, by greasing and flouring and putting in the oven for 5 minutes before you put the scones in the oven.


3 cups of Self Raising Flour
3 Tablespoons Icing Sugar
1 cup of Cream
1 cup of Milk
1/2 cup of Sultanas


1.Put all ingredients in a bowl. Mix lightly with a knife.

2.Turn out onto a floured bench. Lightly bring all ingredients together with your hands. Knead very gently and briefly. Gently pat into a mound about 3 cms high. Dip your cutter into the flour and cut out the scones. Put them on the hot tray close together, but not quite touching. Cook for 12 minutes

Serve with cream and jam and don't eat too many.


  1. oh my goody goodness are there any scones left?

  2. These look lovely mumma haase! -Katie

  3. I too love KYB. I went to my Mum's group while she was away and I was overwhelmed with such lovely Godly women. They were all really seeking to know God's will even at their precious age (average age 70+). So there's hope for us Kayleen. Not quite 70 yet......Scones look yummo by the way. Would they still be fresh if you posted me some?

  4. Those scones DO look good. I might have some for lunch? Now Mum, I know you have a blog now and everything, but don't go sharing the family secrets...