Yes, really. TBH they don't look like scones. They look more like little buns with rounded tops. They are crispy on the outside - not burnt but not a scone texture. They taste yummy though, even without butter. Youngest and I worked hard. We doubled the quantity of ingredients because 12 scones wouldn't touch the spot with my brood. We actually made 32. They are not cold yet but there are only 20 left! Middle took two and then came back for another three. While these were cooling we made Jo's lemon meringue pie. We followed her advice and bought a pastry case. When I opened it, it had a dome in the middle. Yes, I poked it and so it ended up with a hole in the bottom!. There was so much meringue mixture that we dolloped six spoonfuls on a baking tray and shoved them in the oven too. I wasn't sure about when to take them out. The meringue was still soft but I stuck a skewer in and it came out clean (I know that you do this with cake so I thought it might be the right thing to do). I'm hoping that the meringue will crisp up a bit as they cool. I also chopped up all the veg in the fridge - carrots, leeks, squash, aubergines, red pepper and orange pepper and chucked them in a big roasting tin a la Primary Cat. There were some sugar snap peas too so I threw them in. We've had a very productive hour and a half. I don't think I'd want to do this too often but I did it today because I didn't want to go to Tesco so decided to use up everything in the fridge.