5 Reviews

Quick and tasty. I made 7 out of the batch and had to cook for 20-25 min instead of the 15 recommended. Great recipe if you need to quickly whip up a dessert or breakfast.

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billybolo March 24, 2011

Pretty easy to make, not healthy (what pastry is?), but still delicious. A little too crumbly, I had the same problem as the user above: my scones flattened and looked like hardy pancakes. My sweet fiance said they were great, but I think I would try and make smaller bunches. I just old fashioned oats. The lemon juice is great for cutting sweetness. Overall, give it a shot.

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Katie_Veg March 19, 2011

This was great! I made a few changes due to what I had around the kitchen. I used this recipe in my blog, posted here: http://susnasty.blogspot.com/2009/08/blueberry-oat-scones.html

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susnasty August 09, 2009

These were deliciously tasty, but mine came out a bit soggy. I made six scones using this recipe - next time, I plan on making 12 and seeing if they come out firmer and drier. Otherwise, a great recipe!

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EvilOlive May 27, 2009

i've never had the original from starbucks, but these scones were great and very fast and easy to make. mine spread out quite a bit as they baked, and they may have been flatter than they should have been, but everyone still thought they were great.

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veegkitchen57 August 14, 2007
Like Starbucks Blueberry / Raspberry Scones