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Mike 5th Jan 2016 Manager
thank you ,look forward to trying this recipe ,also sounds delicious
Simple for my dementia patients to make and they taste good. I have added this recipe to my recipe book and will continue to use it with my baking group .
Another no fail recipe is lemonade scones.
3 cups SR flour, 1 cup of cream and 1 cup of lemonade. mix altogether with a knife and knead on a floured bench top. Cut out scones using a glass. You can paint milk on the top of the scones but I don't bother( they go brown regardless). Bake at 210C for 10-15 mins.
( depending on the size of the scones).
You cannot "kill' this recipe. I have had patients knead and stretch the dough (until they were satisfied), added extra flour, added yeast ( she insisted). We have used lite cream, diabetic lemonade, sometimes sifted the flour but usually don't bother and it always works and I always get compliments.
Russell 14th Dec 2015 R.A.O. Volunteer
Have used this recipe in the past and can't be less complicated , works everytime and a real crowd pleaser.
Natalie 2nd Dec 2015 Diversional Therapist
How easy is that. The residents could do this very easily and enjoy it too. Look forward to making them as a Christmas treat. Thanks.
kay 1st Dec 2015
Looks like a quick and easy recipe that even the Clients can help in making them