This easy 3-ingredient slow-cooker scone recipe has taken over the internet - here's why!

If you’ve suddenly found yourself with lots of time on your hands (and a constant need to nibble on treats),  you are not alone.

That’s why we think these three-ingredient scones might just be a game changer for you.

What’s even better is that you can just pop them in the slow cooker, forget about them and enjoy the smell of freshly-cooking scones around your house for 90 minutes!

These three-ingredient recipes have become a smash hit on the internet as people search for quick and easy foods that don't use too many percious ingredients.

Our other favourites include, three-ingredient banana bread and this slow cooker Malteser/Baileys fudge.

The scone recipe, which was shared on the Slow Cooker Recipe and Tips Facebook group, is super-simple to make and you'll get a batch of light, fluffy and delicious scones.

Here's how you make them!

Slow cooker scones recipe

Slow cooker scone ingredients

• 1 cup of cream
• 2 cups of lemonade
• 3 cups of self-raising flour

Slow cooker scone method

• Mix together all your ingredients, and roll out the dough out onto a lightly-floured surface.

• Cut out the scone shapes, and brush the tops with a little milk.

• Line the inside of your slow cooker with baking paper and add the scones. Place a tea towel under the lid of the slow cooker and cook on a high setting for 90 minutes.

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> Make bread in your slow cooker

>The 2-ingredient slow cooker roast recipe Aussies love

> Pavlova in a slow cooker!

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