3 Reviews

Delicious scones, Minde! I did use cow's milk, as I didn't have soy milk around, but otherwise kept to the recipe, including fresh cherries, which I luckily found at my local market. When creating the scones, I made two balls, and pressed each into a round flat, which I sprinkled with slivered almonds and some course sugar. Don't forget to put some flour on your worrkspace, as the douh is slightly wet. So delicous, I'll definately make again! Made for our VIP, MINDELICIOUS, for Veggie Swap 26 - Septemeber!

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Katzen November 20, 2010

Oh yum, yum, yum!!!! Mindy, these scones are fantastic! They have such a nice muesli like flavour with a soft and flaky centre and crunchy crust. Mmmm! The fruit is a great addition and I can see lots of potential for whatever strikes your fancy. Maybe a banana variation or some peach added, just whatever you have on hand. So versatile!
I added some cinnamon to the dough and liked that a lot. Vanilla would be great also, I think.
Since my dough was a little too wet for shaping it into wedges I just cut out rounds and that worked out nicely. Next time I might decrease the milk (I used rice milk) a tad more, though.
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this true winner here with us, Mindy!
Made and reviewed for Adopt a Veggie Tag January 2011.

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Lalaloula January 19, 2011

Super yummy. The kids love them and they are easy to make!

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MissHeidiJ October 24, 2010
Cherry Almond Mini Scones (Vegan)