So easy to make. I was looking for an easy scone recipe to make to have with tea/coffe and this was it. I added a little bit more sugar to make them sweeter. Next time I will add cinnamon.
Wonderful--this recipe impressed my British friend, who had been complaining about "American" starbucks scones. We had with clotted cream and jam made from very small strawberries when the scones were hot from the oven.
This recipe I found slightly complicated for scones... but they looked great and were a hit with the Danes Im living with. Possibly a bit doughy at the bottom... i.e. not perfect, but close :) Thanks for sharing
Yum Yum Yum Yum Yum. That is all my kids could say. I had lost my mums recipe and tried this one. It was so easy to make and 10 mins after coming out of the oven they are all gone. I am going to try variations with sultanas and chop chips. This is one I am definately going to make again. Thanks
I made these and put chocolate chips in them and sprinkled sugar on top prior to baking. I also cut them in triangles with a pizza wheel. Don't know if I didn't roll they out thin enough or not, but had to bake for approximately 22 minutes. I thought they were a little salty and will probably back off on the salt next time. Otherwise, they were really good. I will make again.
I am just now beginning to get into making scones and each time they become a little easier. We enjoyed this recipe very much. I made it exactly as written. The only different thing I did was to cut them in wedges instead of using a round cutter. I just like that wedge look. Thanks for the great recipe. I will make these again.