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Love these! I made them with rosemary ham and aged cheddar and the flavour was perfect. I used a gluten-free flour (Bob's Red Mill all purpose) as per my household needs and they were very well received. Thank you.
Sorry, but these really lacked flavor. I've never made scones before. These turned out okay...they weren't bad, they just weren't good. DH didn't like them at all, though. Wish I would've followed my instincts and added some herbs for more flavor. I followed the recipe exactly except had to use milk/lemon juice in place of buttermilk.
Loved it! Its been a long time since I made scones but this one was really good. I did not have buttermilk so I substituted with one part plain yogurt to two parts milk. I also used asiago cheese. I liked the little bit of heat. I froze mine to take to work for lunch or mid morning snack.
My girls caught on to the hint of cayenne and weren't in love with these but my dh & I thought they were great!
EXCELLENT! a TRUE "kid pleaser", as I do daycare and 8 kids, ranging in ages from 2-9 (a few picky eaters between them), gobbled up one whole batch of this! I will DEFINATELY be making this again, as well as keeping it in mind for snacks and something to pack in my daughter's lunchbox. THANK YOU for posting.
This is my first time making scones too and I will definitely make them again. I made these for OAMC and I believe they will freeze well. The texture in the final product was fantastic. Thanks for a great recipe.
My first time making scones and they turned out great. The instrustions were easy to follow and the only thing I did differed was to use parchament paper and not cooking spray. I did twice the amount and got 16 very large scones. I am hopeing they freeze well to add to the school lunches.