This recipe is very versatile as you can change out the filling to make a different kind of scone easily.
A few examples of optional fillings:
Ham and cheese
grated apple and a pinch of cinnamon
Parmesan cheese and a crushed garlic clove (I like this with Italian dressing in place of the oil)
Strawberries and bananas (used in this tutorial)
Note that if you use something wet like strawberries and bananas or grated apple you will need a little more of the mix to compensate for the stickiness but a little sticky is okay.
1 cup Pancake mix (plus more for dusting)
1/4 cup milk
1 tablespoon oil or melted butter
1/2 cup filling (optional)
Mix everything in a bowl, it will form a dough instead of the normal batter that pancake mix makes.
Shape it into a log and use a piece of thread to slice it into 4 pieces. To do this, get a piece of thread and slide it under the log, then cross the thread over the dough so that it slices the dough without losing the shape too much. You can use a knife for this but you will have to reshape the scones when you place them on the baking sheet
Put it on a greased baking sheet and bake at 350 for 15-20 minutes (10-15 minutes for plain scones) or until they start to get brown on top, then cool until it is not too hot to eat.
Enjoy just like that or slice them in half length wise and top with butter or jam or whatever you like.
Plain ones are fantastic sliced and then topped with
a fried egg, a piece of ham and some cheese to make a biscuit egg sandwich (Similar to the ones they sell at Timmy's)