Super soft and fluffy, these Weber Q Lemonade Scones are the perfect camping recipe, or you can whip them up at home on your Weber Q or home oven.
And topped with jam and cream, they make the perfect snack.
These scones are super easy to make and always a hit with my family. And when we are camping, I find making lemonade scones are more straightforward than the original ones that require butter.
And when we go camping, I prepare all the dry ingredients at home and seal them in an airtight container.
Let’s make Fluffy Weber Q Lemonade Scones.
I will also include the oven settings below the method, so if you want to make these at home, you can even if you don’t have a Weber Q.
This recipe will make up to 12 whole scones, depending on the size of your cutter and the width of the dough. I use a 7cm cookie cutter for mine. The size of the scone may also adjust the cooking time.
- Plain Flour
- Baking Powder
- Thickened Cream
Sift flour and baking powder into a large bowl, then add the salt.
Add the lemonade and then the cream, and using a spoon, mix until well combined.
The dough will still be very wet and stick at this point.
Now is time to set up your Weber Q with a convection tray and trivet; turn onto the high setting and preheat your weber to 200°C.
If you are using the Family Q, like us, make sure both the outer and middle burner is on to preheat.
Turn the dough out onto a well-floured surface, and knead. Add extra flour if needed till the dough no longer sticks to your hands.
Form a round ball and flatten it with your hands until it’s around 2 ½ to 3 cm in width.
Coat a round cookie cutter or rim of a glass in flour and press into the dough to cut out your scones. Remember to recoat in flour before cutting out each scone. Doing this avoids the dough sticking to the cutter or glass.
Gently knead the leftover dough and repeat. Finally, place your scones onto a lined baking tray and baste with cream.
Once your weber q has reached temperature, place your baking tray onto the trivet, close the lid and bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown.
Note: if you use the family q, make sure you turn the middle burner off entirely and leave the outer burner on medium/medium-high.
You can adjust the burner knobs as needed to keep the temperature at the 200°C setting as much as possible.
Serve hot with butter or allow them to cool and serve with jam and cream, or for something different sliced fresh strawberries with cream on top.
Preheat your oven to 200°C and bake for 17 minutes or until golden brown.
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Soft and Fluffy Weber Q Lemonade Scones
- 3 cups Plain Flour Extra for kneading
- 6 tsp Baking Powder
- pinch Salt
- 1 cup Lemonade
- 1 cup Thickened Cream
- In a large mixing bowl, sift the flour and baking powder. Add the salt and stir.
- And the lemonade and thickened cream, then stir with a spoon until combined.
- Set up your weber q with a convection tray and trivet, then preheat for 10 minutes or until it reaches 200/220°C. Refer to Note 1 for burner settings
- Empty your scone dough mix onto a well floured surface, and sprinkle more flour over the top of the dough.Knead until smooth. Add more flour if needed, a little at a time if the dough is still really wet and sticky.
- Create a ball out of the dough and using your hand flatten the dough until it is around 2½ to 3 cm high.
- Coat a 7cm round cookie cutter in flour and press into the dough. Place the cut out scones onto a lined baking tray.
- After scones are cut out, gently knead the left over dough and repeat the above steps until all the dough is used.
- Baste your scones with cream and place the tray onto your trivet and bake for 25 minutes or until golden brown. Turn the tray around halfway through to get a more even bake. Adjust the knobs accordingly to maintain 200°C. Refer to Note 2 for burner settings
- Refer to Note 3 for oven settings.
- Family Q – Turn both burners onto the high setting while preheating.
- Baby & Q2200 – Turn the burner to the high setting.
- Family Q – Turn the inner burner off and set the outer burner to medium to medium high.
- Baby & Q2200 – Turn the burner to medium to medium high.
- Preheat your oven to 200°C and bake for 17 minutes or until golden brown.
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