As we're a bit limited on culinary options at the moment, my mind - in the shape of a large question mark - wanders into the storecupboard, to see if anything in there strikes me as a possibility.
Couple that with a Tweet from Dan Lepard regarding scones, and there you are.
After exhaustive research, a.k.a. around half an hour or so of looking at various recipes, I chose a recipe which intrigued me for it's use of yoghurt in the scone dough.
Everything went rather well, apart from a moment when I paused to yell at son for climbing all over my head whilst trying to get his lunch instead of just waiting *sigh*, but once I got going it all came together fairly easily.
350g self-raising flour
quarter of a teaspoon of salt
1 tsp baking powder
90g cold butter, cut into cubes
4 tbsp demerara sugar
150g natural full-fat yoghurt
4 tbsp full-fat milk
1 tsp vanilla extract
milk to glaze
1. Cut a piece of baking paper to fit your baking sheet, then place just the sheet in the oven to heat up at 200deg C fan/220deg C/gas7.
2. Put the flour, salt, butter and baking powder into a food processor and whizz until the butter disappears. Add the sugar and give it a second's whizz to combine, then tip into a large bowl, stir in the fruit and make a well in the middle.
3. In the microwave or a saucepan, warm the yoghurt, milk and vanilla together. It should be hot and may well go slightly lumpy but tip into the bowl anyway and mix well (first with a knife, then with fingers) to combine with the flour/fruit mixture.
4. Once the dough has all come together, give it a couple of folds to make sure it's smooth, then tip onto a sheet of cling film, flatten to around 1.5cm and begin cutting the scones out. Repeat by pressing the dough together and cutting again, until you are left with a scrap which can be formed by hand.
5. Quickly, remove the baking sheet from the oven, place the baking paper on board, then the scones on top of that.
5. Glaze the tops of each scone with some milk and place in the oven to bake for 12 minutes or so, until risen and golden.
Then, it's just a matter of keeping the children at bay until you want to eat them!