1. 5 stars
    I love a scone and was quite skeptical about how they would turn out, but these were great and really fluffy and light, thank you.

  2. 5 stars
    Scones cream and jam cooked perfectly in an air fryer, what more can you ask for in the middle of the afternoon? Lovely recipe and quick to make thanks.

  3. 5 stars
    I need all the help i can get when cooking things that are not frozen, your instructions and step by step pictures are really helping e thank you.

  4. 5 stars
    I made twice the amount , left out the sugar and added cheese. Cooked 3 minutes extra . Haven’t had air fryer long and not confident yet . The scones were perfect, thanks for the recipe.

    1. Really happy your scones turned out good Barbara, and it is the easier recipes where you can build your confidence 🙂

  5. 5 stars
    Left out the sugar & added cheddar, salt, pepper & thyme. Absolutely deeeeelicious! Thanks for the recipe.

  6. 5 stars
    No Fail Scones

    Quarter cup cream (any)
    Quarter cup lemonade
    Three quarters cup self raising flour
    brush with milk
    makes 4 scones in small air fryer

  7. 3 stars
    Using my Tower airfryer and exact recipe quantity timing was way out. Second batch I baked on 160° for 9 minutes, turned over and a further 5 minutes.
    Pretty good
    Chris, Worsley

    1. Hi Christine,

      Sorry you were having trouble. We have just bought the Tower air fryer to see if many of our recipes are far out with regards to cooking times as we use mostly a Philips air fryer XL and Cosori XL 🙂

    2. 5 stars
      I have a Tower air fryer and mine turned out first time. May be they are not all the same and differ sometime i know a few of my other electronic kitchen gadgets have this problem, where the same gadget does not do the same as the same gadget used by my mum.

  8. 5 stars
    Made my own self rising flour & doubled the recipe as you suggested, & they are fantastic! Thanks for a great recipe. 😊

  9. 4 stars
    It never even occurred to me that I couldn’t make scones in my air fryer. I used my normal potato and cheese recipe and, since my Instant Pot Vortex is square, made 4 big ones instead of 6. But I never use self raising flour. No Kiwi woman of my generation would, and even my English husband doesn’t like the aftertaste. I make my own baking powder with 1/3 baking soda and 2/3 cream of tartar. I had to learn to make Yorkshire pudding in a real hurry when I got married, and also pease pudding. I never tasted either until I went to dine with my parents in law. Fortunately for Roger, I like both. My scones turned out great in the air fryer even though I forgot to put baking paper under them. A couple of times I used my potato and cheese scone recipe to make bread, just using yeast instead of baking powder and was delighted with the result. Thanks for your recipe. It looks like a good one.

  10. 5 stars
    Really good recipe, first time trying them and they were delicious, cannot wait to cook these again for the coronation!

  11. 5 stars
    Thought i would try my mothers scone recipe in my air fryer and they turned out as though they were cooked in the oven. I used your timings and they were spot on many thanks for the hints and tips, loving your blog.

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