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As far as spice flavor, molasses flavor, and texture these are wonderful! However they are very much lacking sugar and a pinch of salt. My favorite recipe for basic scones uses 5 tablespoons of sugar, so since there is molasses in this recipe I will try 3 tablespoons of sugar next time. Thanks for a great recipe!

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Dans La Lune December 18, 2012

This is by far the best scone recipe that I have ever made! (as per my 5 family members!!). Light and fluffy, easy to make WOW! I served it with lemon curd (which I had made earlier and froze--did you know you can do that and just take out a couple of tablespoons when you need them? It unfreezes in just a few minutes). Excellent!!

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Kim S. December 24, 2008

Easy to make, good flavor. Quite strong ginger scent in raw dough, but just right once cooked. My children loved them....I'm going to make a batch to freeze, for lunchboxes and recess snacks.

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Terri Newell November 01, 2008

Some gingerbreads are too strong for our tastes, but this one had just the right amount of molasses. The dough was easy to work with & the final product is a firm but soft scone. I think the recipe is perfect as is, but I threw in a handful of white chocolate chips anyway. :) Thanks for posting, lazyme! Congratulations on your football pool win!

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**Tinkerbell** October 22, 2008

This is the recipe I've used for years. My family dearly loves these scones. They're delicious, quick and easy.

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libertycooker July 31, 2008
Gingerbread Scones