5 Reviews

I halved the recipe to make 8 scones. I really enjoyed the chocolate chips with the tart fresh cranberries. The scones were fluffy and I found them best warm just to the point that the chocolate melted. Instead of combining the cream, sugar and cinnamon to form a paste, I just used a little cinnamon and sugar mixed together and sprinkled it on the top. Thanks for a great recipe!

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LUv 2 BaKE June 16, 2006

These scones are great! I also used Craisins and I brushed the top with milk and sprinkled with cinnamon-sugar because I didn't have any cream on hand. They turned out great that way and I love the addition of chocolate with the cranberries. Thanks for the addition to my scone recipes.

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Wendy13 January 22, 2005

Loved the tartness of the cranberry compared to the sweetness of the chocolate. Pared these with lemon curd and devonshire cream- decadent! Only change I made was in the final steps i did not combine the cream and the cinnamon and sugar to make a paste- instead I brushed the scones with the cream and sprinkled the cinnamon and sugarover all. Yum- a definate new favorite in our house.

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BothFex January 30, 2004

These scones are delicious! They are very moist. I used craisins instead of fresh cranberries, as I didn't have those on hand. They were great with my morning cup of coffee or tea. Thanks for a wonderful recipe, Denise. I'll be making these again!

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Whisper November 08, 2003
Cranberry Chocolate Scones