I made this recipe for DH. But I tasted it and it's very good. DH is happy with it. I used only 1 cup of chocolate chips and he said it was yummy. I used heavy cream in it. Thanks diner :) Made for All you can cook buffet
I made these yesterday and they turned out incredible! I used half and a scone pan which divides them into individual triangles (from World Market). I will be making these again for only 250 calories!!
Great recipe, easy to follow and quick too, only added two more table spoon of the flour because the dough is so soft, and I didn't roll and cut it, only use hand to mold it a little to a kind of giant cookie form. Taste great and fit perfectly with tea or milk. First time ever making scone and very proud of the result ^^.
These were so yummy! I made sure to use the pastry flour as recommended and it produced a very tender scone. I also used bittersweet chips and they were perfect!
These scone had a nice taste and texture. I used cake flour and half and half and reduced the chocolate chips (1/2 cup for a half recipe). With out the choc. chips these wouldn't have been sweet enough but together the sweetness level was just right. I didn't add all the recommended liquid mix and still end up with dough that was too wet which caused them to come out a little flatter then I think they might have otherwise, but this didn't affect the flavor. Made for PRMRT.
Diner you have a real winner of a scone recipe here! I used cake flour and then half-and-half as you had listed in the ingredients. I found using the cake flour did present a softer texture to the scones than I'm used to which was a very pleasant treat. I loved the chocolate chips in these and know I'll be making these often as they mix up quickly and without issue and really give a final scone that is tasty and lighter in texture than most scones I've made. Definitely will be making this one again and again! Thanks for sharing in NZT game! :)