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The minute I set my eyes upon this recipe, I knew I had to give it a try and so glad I did! They are fantastic! I'm going to serve them an hour from now with our evening pot of hot tea and I can predict, everyone's going to ask for another batch! The only little thing I didn't have was cinnamon-sugar, and I substituted it with light brown sugar, worked well! These indeed look like they've come straight out of a gourmet bakery! Thanks so much, Inez, for sharing the recipe.
Oh MizzNezz these are sinful! I made them for a brunch meeting and served alongside fresh fruit. They were so quick to whip up, smelled great while baking, and looked beautiful out of the oven. I'd never made a drop biscuit before and I love the irregular shapes. Thanks for a recipe I'll use again and again.
These were amazing! I doubled the cinnamon because I really like it, but other than that followed exactly. So good (and so easy!), I had to make them again the next day! Thanks for posting!
Sorry, but this did not turn out for me. I followed the recipe exactly, and the biscuits turned out very bland. They did not have a biscuit texture, either. Thanks anyway.
I found this recipe today and made it about 10 minutes later! These are the first biscuits I have ever made and they turned out great. I may make them just a bit sweeter next time but that is the only thing I would change. I got 8 large biscuits so they had to cook for about 16 minutes. I ate mine with the leftover melted butter and raspberry jam. Thanks!
I had noted this recipe in an old TOH Cookbook from 1998 and have been meaning to make it. When I saw your recipe posted here and just had to bake them for an afternoon snack. Delicious, moist, cinnamony (my fav spice) - just fabulous! Tagged in the Flour Challenge Photo Tag April 2008.
These are just EXCELLENT! My Thursday morning church group LOVED them! Because these gals love their sweets, I did take some liberties...added more sugar ( 3 Tbsp.) increased the cinnamon to about 2/3 tsp., tossed in 1/2 cup of raisins, and replaced all the milk with buttermilk (plus 1/2 tsp. baking soda added to the dry ingredients). Because I made them larger than the recipe called for, they took a minute or two longer in the oven; the finished batch produced 8 huge "Cinnamon Drop Scones." Had to promise to make them again real soon!...Thanks, Grammy Bunny
Wow, they don't make enough stars to rate this one! These biscuits were so moist and delicious! A perfect side with breakfast. Relaly appreciate this recipe. Thanks for posting!
I made this with homemade cream cheese frosting. Really good thanks!!!!
These had a good flavor, but I think next time i will modify the recipe a bit, use half crisco for half of the butter and a bit less milk and roll them out and cut enstead of drop. Otherwise, very good.