Irresistible Strawberry-Ricotta Scones by Claire Saffitz | Dessert Person

Irresistible Strawberry-Ricotta Scones by Claire Saffitz | Dessert Person
In this video, Claire Saffitz shares her expert tips and techniques, ensuring that even beginners can successfully recreate these delectable scones. Watch as the scones turn golden brown in the oven, filling your kitchen with the heavenly aroma of strawberries and buttery goodness.

Prepare to be amazed by the incredible flavor and texture of these Strawberry-Ricotta Scones. They are perfect for any occasion, but especially fitting for Mother’s Day. Surprise your mom with this homemade treat that shows your love and appreciation. Don’t forget to garnish with a dusting of powdered sugar for an elegant touch.

Whether you’re a seasoned baker or just starting out, this video is a must-watch. So grab your apron, preheat your oven, and get ready to indulge in the finest Strawberry-Ricotta Scones, courtesy of Claire Saffitz. Treat your mom (and yourself) to a truly special and delicious experience this Mother’s Day!

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Strawberry-Ricotta Scones
Makes 8

12 ounces ripe strawberries, hulled and very coarsely chopped
2⅔ cups (345g) cake flour, plus more for rolling
¼ cup (50g) granulated sugar
2 teaspoons baking powder
1 teaspoon baking soda
1 stick (113g) butter, cut into ½ inch pieces, chilled
¾ cup whole milk ricotta cheese, strained in the refrigerator for at least 2 hours
1 cup (240g) buttermilk, chilled, divided
Demerara sugar, for sprinkling

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Video Series:
Producer/Director: Vincent Cross
Camera Operator: Calvin Robertson
Editor: Hal McFall
Assistant Editor: Asher Rogers
Theme Song: Michael Guggino

Animation Credits:
Character Designer/Animator: Jack Sherry
Character Rigger: Johara Dutton
Background/Prop Designer: M. Cody Wiley
Background Illustrator: Jagriti Khirwar

10 Replies to “Irresistible Strawberry-Ricotta Scones by Claire Saffitz | Dessert Person”

  1. Worth watching just for the cutting tutorial. I never would have thought to do this on my own.

  2. love cats but shame on you for allowing him up on baking surfaces, you're giving him attention by talking to it, you're encouraging the behavior, some people really don't deserve the privilege to raise cats.

  3. I made the zucchini scones this morning! Very yummy and loved that video as well! Thank you!

  4. Could I swap out my AP flour for cake flour when I make biscuits too? Mine usually turn out pretty good but they could be lighter/fluffier.

  5. I’ve been looking for a scone recipe like this. I had the best scone from a place in Massachusetts back in the 90’s that I’ve wanted to recreate. This might be it!

  6. Looks nice.But if I made these there would be nothing else to eat on that day.

  7. Those look seriously good???? I actually made my first scones following the video with you and Natasha did and they turned out well!

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