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OUTSTANDING SCONES!!! I made these for lunch today and was amazed at how tasty and special they were! They have a very fluffy, moist inside with a crunchy crust and the flavour is a perfect blend of all the spices and herbs added. I unfortunately didnt have any fresh herbs on hand, so I used dried, but the taste was still so yummy, that I picture them to be extraordinary with fresh ones. The perfect excuse to make them again soon! ;) I used whole spelt flour to make them even more healthy and I found the nuttier taste of the flour was a nice addition to the overall flavour. The cheddar on top melted into crispy-gooey goodness, which I luved! To make my dough workable I needed 12 tbs milk, but then it was very easy to handle and I ended up with 9 small scones from the full recipe. THANKS SO MUCH for sharing this lovely recipe with us, bluemoon! Ill definitely make it again (maybe using a different cream cheese or a different herb combination). Made and reviewed for 1-2-3-Hit-Wonders August 09.

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Lalaloula August 11, 2009

I made these to have with meatloaf. They are really yummy. I really enjoyed these. I did not add the cayenne pepper as DH doesn't care for it. Very good, and easy to put together! Made for 1.2.3 Hits

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kittycatmom March 22, 2009

These were good and easy, however next time I'll use less pepper or skip it all together - the resulting scones can vary in taste depending on the cheese used--I used one that was high in garlic, so mine tasted very garlicy. I don't have a 2-inch cookie cutter so I used a coffee cup, which is probably a bit bigger than the 2-inch diameter, so I got 6 scones, which was enough for the three of us. Thanks for sharing this quick and easy bread recipe.

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ellie_ January 15, 2006
Cheese and Chive Scones