• Leigh

Use Your Discard to Make Sourdough Raisin Biscuit Scones in the Air Fryer or Oven

These scones are simple and quick to make and will enable you to use a cup of your sourdough discard. The biscuit scones get their rise from baking powder, so you can bake them immediately and don't have to depend on your discard/starter for the rise. If you have a mature discard/starter, you'll get extra rise as well as extra flavor. You can use dark or golden raisins in the biscuit scones, or try a mixture of the two. The biscuit scones are great for a special dinner treat, for breakfast, or with a cup of tea or coffee. Not too sweet, the biscuit scones are soft in the centers and crusty on the outsides. I like to use my air fryer to make the biscuit scones, but you can also bake them in the regular oven at 400 degrees for about 20 minutes. Enjoy!