• Makes 16
  • 20 minutes
  • Difficulty Easy
  • 5 Ingredients

A quick and easy recipe for parties, afternoon tea, or when unexpected guests pop in.

Ingredients (makes 16 Scones)

  • 3 cups Self raising flour
  • 1 cup Cream
  • 1 cup Lemonade (regular or diet, but can't be flat)
  • 1 cup Dried white mulberries (available from Costco. Can be substituted for any other dried fruit of your choosing)
  • 1 cup White chocolate chips


  1. Mix together the flour, cream and lemonade in a bowl.
  2. Once combined, add the mulberries and white choc chips.
  3. Roll the dough out on to a four lined board.
  4. Cut the scones into desired shape (I made hearts, as it's the only cutter I had at the time)
  5. Bake in an oven that has been preheated to 200 degrees Celsius, for 10 minutes.
  6. Take the scones out of the oven and place on a wire cooling rack.
  7. Enjoy the scones with butter, or jam and cream.


This recipe is my adaptation on the classic lemonade scone. It is tried and tested in our household, and loved by all who try them.

  • These look so pretty! Haven’t seen dried mulberries around my usual shops for a bit.


  • They’re so cute and sure they’re delicous too thanks


  • Have never seen mulberries in my usual store but it sounds like a really decadent scone thanks for sharing


  • Need to give these a go. Thanks.


  • I’m going to try this recipe, but I think I might substitute the mulberries for either blueberries or cranberries


  • i love the recipe and i have never thought to make scones into any type of shape so that is a great idea as well. thanks so much for posting this recipe


  • Certainly sounds quick and easy – will definitely try this one!


  • What a very different scone this is – thanks for sharing the recipe.


  • I’ve never been able to master scones… maybe this will be my first!


  • An interesting recipe; looks great and we love scones so thanks!


  • Interesting sounding scones – like to try different types of berries. Like the shape of the scones too.


  • Mulberries had me and then you mention Costco . I live in WA not here. Thinking of using some I have frozen. Should be ok they work cooked frozen in cakes.

    • Costco is awesome for some products and I buy for friends that don’t have one near them. Maybe you could see if someone in your network has access to one?


  • I’ve never seen mulberries in a supermarket before. They must taste delicious!!

    • And now I’ve got a mulberry tree in my garden!! :-)


  • oh I love anything with white chocolate in it – I love the sound of your recipe.

    Thanks for sharing


  • I love scones and your recipe sound’s delicious!


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