7 Reviews

Very good! I love the bits of banana in these. I made two changes by adding some diced pecans and sprinkling demarara sugar and cinnamon on the top. I also doubled the recipe to make 8 scones so I could freeze some.

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pamjustinewright February 02, 2014

its perfect ! i used self raising flour and omit the baking powder, plus a handful of choc chips. fantastic !

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nuryaveiel May 25, 2011

Delicious! I added 1/2 cup of mini semi-sweet choc chips and I got rave reviews from everyone, will definitely make again!!

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JKTYREE May 09, 2011

LOved these little fellas..I made them as individual scones and got approx 13 out of the batch. I used self-raising flour so left out the baking powder and also added some cinnamon. I cut down the butter to about half as well which didn't seem to affect the result any. Thanks for posting!

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**Mandy** July 06, 2009

Good base for a banana scone and I will make them again but we thought it needed a little something more ... chocolate chips? nuts? glaze?

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GramCracker April 13, 2009

Very good and so easy! Great recipe! I may also add some cinnamon next time. Yum!

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Domestic Chef January 21, 2009

I followed the recipe to a T and they turned out great!! They also freeze very well. I have been taking one for lunch. I take it out of the freezer in the morning and at lunch; they are thawed and ready to eat.

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JareeB February 25, 2008
Banana Scones