I made these scones mostly for DH because he likes chocolate chip scones. But I still like them :) It was easy to do. I used the food processor to mix the dry ingredients and the cold butter. They have a great texture. DH likes them a lot. Thanks KitchenCraftsnMore :) Made for Name that ingredient tag game
Very good basic scone recipe but it is still better to use BUTTERMILK rather than soured milk - you get a more moist scone with good texture. At least that is what I find. Thanks for a good recipe tho.
These were yummy and easy. I used sour milk in place of the buttermilk. I also added some toffee chips. I had to reduce the oven temp to 400 and bake for an extra 10 minutes. Thanks!
WOW wonderful, not overly dry at all!!. I did add a few extra chocolate chips. I've made anything like this before and very easy....I will be making these again
Wow, these are great! I've made scones before and they were very dry and hard, but these were soft and light. We doubled the chocolate chips but otherwise we followed the recipe. I made my own buttermilk using Buttermilk. They were gone in 1 day and I had to make more. Thanks for a keeper!
Pure heaven! Light, flakey, tender and chocolate! This is my first attempt at making scones and you have converted me into a scone addict! I can't stop eating these! My dough was a bit on the sticky side and I needed to add just a bit of flour to work with it. I made my own buttermilk and baked on parchment paper for easy removal. Thanks with all of my scone-lovin' heart for posting this!
Very nice scones. I had to add about 2 additional tablespoons of milk to get the right feel with the dough, but other than that, I followed the recipe exactly. This is a keeper for me.... Oops... I just realized that I forgot to brush the tops with milk and sprinkle on the sugar, but that doesn't make any difference. They're still great!