Annascaul Cafe offers the best scones for those walking the Kerry Camino and Dingle Way

Where to find the best scones on the Kerry Camino
It seems that scones originated as a scottish form of bread. Aido’s use flour today  when making them but in the past  people used oats as the main ingredient. In 2021 , almost 600 years since their origin  Annasaul cafe has come up with a great recipe. The cafe  bakes  scones  for Kerry Camino walkers and our usual customers using this recipe:

130 butter, chilled
480g self-raising flour
2 tsp baking powder
250ml buttermilk
1 egg
100g peel or raisins/sultanas
2 tablespoons of sugar

Orange zest is optional but Annascaul cafe believes that this is a crucial ingredient and helps to keep the scones moist and adds sweetness as a substitute for sugar. In fact, less sugar can be used.

Aido’s is a  new cafe in Annasaul and they work with offer simple ingredients. Simple they may be but their quality is second to none.

They offer the best scones on the Kerry Camino along with other cakes and great coffee. Additionally, they offer great soups and toasties. Their cafe is incredibly welcoming. The ambiance is light and cheerful. Totally what would be expected from a family run business.

Aido’s competes on friendliness and its location in Annascaul is perfect as a stop-off point for those travelling along the Kerry Camino. Dingle Way walkers will totally enjoy this quiet and unassuming cafe “Highly recommended !! ”





Annascaul Cafe and Pottery
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