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Super simple to make, and so good (like all of Loula's scones!) I used a new cinnamon honey I got from the fruit truck (unpasteurized and local), and added frozen blueberries - I'm obsessed with blueberries right now! I wish I could have found my camera when they came out of the oven, because they were soooo gorgeous! Since I'm the only scone lover in the house, I got to have them for breakfast (and lunch some days) for the week. I really liked these! Made for Veggie Swap #61.
So easy and so delicious! This was a great last minute "what should we have for breakfast?" answer! I subbed almond milk and it was fantastic!
Another winner from Lalaloula. Your biscuits and scones never disappoint. These were lovely. Made exactly as written. Loved the addition of the honey. A lovely light, tender, semi sweet scone. I can't wait to make these again, they were wonderful served with soft butter and pansy jam. Thanks so much for sharing.
Yum! Just what I wanted, a low fat not too sweet scone. I used all wholemeal flour and sugar instead of honey and these were great.
I made these for a playgroup morning tea & they were a hit. I used chocolate honey & the honey flavouyr is just nice, nice too overpowering. I used all white self-raising flour (I'd run out of wholemeal) and left out the baking powder, served with just a little butter, these were a hit with both mums & toddlers, thanks for posting!
These were very tasty. Mine didn't seem to rise very much. I may have patted the dough a bit to thin. I think adding an egg wash to the tops and sprinkling them with sugar before cooking would be a nice touch. These are easy to prepare and freeze well too. I just zapped in microwave for 30 seconds to reheat. Thanks for posting. :)