Fruit Scones Baked in the Ninja Foodi Max

Fruit Scones
Fruit Scones in the Ninja Foodi Max

We used the ample sunshine this morning to do some baking (Fruit Scones powered by sunshine!) using the Ninja Foodi Max.

Here’s a simple recipe and method for home made fruit scones, give it a go and you’ll be pleasantly surprised at the results!


350 grams self raising flour

1/4 teaspoon salt

1 teaspoon baking powder

85 grams butter cut into cubes (margarine works too!)

3 teaspoons caster sugar

175 millilitres milk (add slightly more if needed)

1 teaspoon vanilla essence (we currently cant get any due to lockdown so have managed without).

100 grams sultanas (or mixed fruit if you prefer).

Beaten egg or milk to glaze.


Place all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix to form a fair stiff scone dough (I made it easier by using a food processor).

Turn out onto a floured surface and knead gently until smooth then roll or pat out until 1/2 or 3/4 inch thick and cut into rounds with round cutter, (I used a glass, you should only get 8 to 10 Fruit Scones out of the dough).

Fruit Scones

Put 4 or 5 in the ninja basket and bake on 190 for 15 minutes place on a rack to cool and repeat for remaining.

2 Comments on "Fruit Scones Baked in the Ninja Foodi Max"

  1. Itchy Bahookie | December 1, 2020 at 11:37 am | Reply

    Tried these scones as a first time foodi user, came out excellent, many thanks for a great recipe.

  2. Made these today, used a smaller cutter and they are lovely. Means I have to have a couple though because they’re smaller. That’s my excuse anyway!

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