Easy and Delicious!! I changed the recipe a touch by using 1 3/4 cup flour and about 1/2 cup oats because I like an oat texture to my scones. Also I added a little more cream because of the oat and they still came out perfect!!
Absolutely delicious. Great recipe. I made two batches: one with chocolate chips and the other with white chocolate chips, craisins, and slivered almonds. Wonderful!
So delicious! I admit I was skeptical from the dough (seemed heavy) but scones were light moist with a lovely flavor.
These should be named, "American Scones". Too much sugar! I grew up in a British home and my family owned a British bakery, so I had scones almost daily. These are just too sweet. I would definatly find a recipe with less sugar.
Tea and scones! So, I've seem to have taken on an English Lady's qualities and European manners all to be delivered via my computer. Let me know if it's working.
So good...tender, soft and crispy on the outside...My favorite scone recipe now. Thanks.
These scones were fab! They literally melt-in-mouth! TERRIFIC!
This was my first time making scones. Thank you for making it super easy! We added semi-sweet chocolate chips, and they tasted like a cross between a flaky biscuit and a cookie. I did substitute soy flour for about 1/3 of the flour, and they were ready after 12 minutes.
We loved them! They were the best I have had to date. I added craisins and chopped pecans to mine instead of the raisins and they turned out great!
Awesome recipe! I made these using whole wheat flour, fructose, and skim milk... and they turned out fantastic! I used currents and baked at the suggested 425F for 24 minutes. Thank you!