I gave this recipe 5 stars! What a wonderful scone! I got to try a this recipe in my Culinary class. The copy I have came from Maines Paper & Food Service Inc. There are slight differences. The ingredients are slightly different. There is no bread flour is calls for all-purpose flour, 3/4 c sugar, 1 tsp salt. The rest is the same including the directions. Maines says the final cost to make this recipe is $4.33 and it costs .43 cents per portion. When our Chef made these he did different flavors. He made one with cooked bacon, one with cooked sausage and another with orange zest (leaving out the ham & cheddar). I think our chef skipped the freezing part though. These are so good and would make a nice breakfast or a great brunch. I think they would be perfect for on the go. I'll will so make for breakfast some morning! Thanks for posting such a yummy recipe! Christine (internetnut)
Excellent scones. Made them for breakfast this morning with the kids and we had them hot, with butter. We all gave 10 thumbs up, but will settle for Zaar-5.
I loved this! We had it for breakfast this morning, very nice to just take breakfast out of the freezer and have it ready 40 minutes later! I did freeze some for later too. One kid liked it, the other no. But the adults give it 5 stars! Thanks!
These are so delicious! I made these for your "I broke my camera" cookathon and I am sure glad that I did! I mixed up on the directions and used an 8 inch pan, but they were still good. Even DH liked these and I may have to fight him for the extras that I have in the freezer :) I have added this to my OAMC collection, thanks!
These are amazing and easily the best scones I've ever made! Everyone loved them. They said they were fluffy, tender, addictive, and so good! I made some changes, partly due to taste and necessity. But the base of the recipe was all yours and feel credit should go where it is due. I used 2 c bread flour and 1 c all-purpose, because I ran out of bread flour. I used 1 c heavy cream and 1 c whole milk. The ham I got rid of in favor of bacon, and to make my life easy, I used a 4.3 oz pouch of Hormel's Real Crumbled Bacon which is 1 cup and 1 tablespoon of bacon. I used shredded cheddar instead of dicing some. Instead of scallions I put 1/2 tsp of onion powder in the dry ingredients. I used a 9-inch pan and they took 40 minutes to cook. Otherwise all directions were followed. Thank you for this recipe!