6 Reviews

This was a lot of fun. I must say that I am not much of a baker, but I did pull this off pretty well. I will definitely be trying these again... it makes a nice side for a wonderful, filling breakfast. I used chopped scallions (since I already had some on hand from a previous dish I had made). I'm not sure if it is my oven temp, but this did seem a bit doughy, but the flavor was very good (definitely add salt). Thank you for posting. (Made for PRMR)

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rosie316 May 31, 2014

What a fabulous recipe.....I am no scone baker, but these little lovelies came out beautifully!<br/>So light and fluffy, but full of flavour!<br/>I grated half of my cheese, and cubed the other half...the grated to distribute throughout the mixture a little more evenly, and the cubed for that extra cheesy punch every now and then.<br/>Fresh garlic chives from the garden complimented it perfectly.<br/>I used the trusty KitchenAid, to bring it all together, adding around another 2-3 tbsp. cream to the dough, top get it all to stick together.<br/>I threw it straight onto the silicone paper lined baking sheet, and patted it into shape on there, moving it around to prevent it sticking as I did so.<br/>I baked for just under 20 minutes in a fan forced oven, and the results were absolutely wonderful.<br/>DH is loving them with soup for his lunches at work, and I am loving them just as they are.<br/>Definitely a repeat recipe. Thanks Annacia!<br/>Made for PRMR.

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Noo May 17, 2014

I made these 'just because' and because I made them I was totally disinterested in my dinner. These are wonderful as a snack or for breakfast or soup and salad. Just great period! I diced the cheddar and followed the recipe as written other than reducing it for two of us. I just used regular organic, unbleached AP flour and couldn't be more pleased with the results. Thanks for posting this gem. Made for The Bistro Babes ZWT 8

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K9 Owned August 19, 2012

I received this recipe from a recent TOH Cooking School and made them for a ladies breakfast at church. Very good and straightforward to make. I highly recommend King Arthur Perfect Pastry Blend flour. The precooked bacon is also an easy shortcut. I'm not much of a baker, but these were easy enough for me and everyone enjoyed them. Thanks for posting the recipe Annacia!

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DeniseBC September 27, 2010

These were wonderful scones. I served them for breakfast and they were perfect for my boys, warm with a large glass of milk. Made for Photo Tag.

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mary winecoff June 11, 2010
Bacon-Cheddar-Chive Scones