Here at the Pantry we make our scones fresh daily, we do three flavours; plain, fruit, and cheddar & Dijon mustard. There is constant high demand for them so they are made several times a day. With the approach of Mothers Day we have thought up of several variations to our recipes.  Anybody can make these so why not treat your mother to a homemade scone this mothers day.


Cheddar and Dijon mustard scones

Makes 10 scones



  • 450g self-raising flour
  • 110g butter
  • Pinch of salt and pepper
  • 100g cheddar cheese, grated
  • 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
  • 300ml milk
  • Dash of Worcestershire sauce


1. Preheat the oven to 190c
2. Rub the butter into the flour and add the salt and pepper
3. Add the grated cheese, Dijon, mustard and mix
4. Make a well in the centre to the mix and slowly add the milk bit by bit until the mixture comes together to a wet and sticky consistency
5. Lightly dust a table top with flour and knead the mix lightly for 5 minutes


6. Pat out the mixture until it is 2cm thick


7. Using a large cutter cut out the scones try to keep the scones close as to not waste the mixture (over working the mix will hinder the final height of the scones)


8. Place the cut scones on to an oven tray that has a greased sheet of baking paper


9. Put grated cheese on top of the scones and cook in the oven for 12 minutes


10. After 12 minutes take the scones out and leave to cool before removing from the tray


11. Serve warm with a lovely cup of tea and a nice helping of butter, enjoy.


They say that variety is the spice of life, so why not try a variant on this recipe, instead of mustard try adding chopped chives for and old-time classic or for an extra kick throw in some finely chopped garlic. Different cheeses will enhance the scones why not use goats cheese instead throw in some cranberries to sweeten the deal. the world is your oyster when it come to these scones experimenting can be interesting… What flavours will you discover