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I made half a recipe. Used whole wheat flour only. We enjoyed them and will definitely make them again. Reviewed for PAC Spring 2008.

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TLu April 18, 2008

These tasted good, but I'd hardly call them diabetic-friendly at a whopping 25 grams of carbohydrate apiece!

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Northwest Suechef May 08, 2007

These are scrumptious. I made then a tad more diabetic friendly by using 1 cup white flour and 3/4 cup of whole wheat (I made a half recipe). With the addition of the ww flour they still came out light in texture. I used my round biscuit cutter instead of making wedges thinking I would get more but smaller scones. I still got 8 lovely scones. Oh well, sometimes you just have to bite the bullet...or in this case the scones and I have done so quite happily.

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Annacia May 03, 2007

This was my first attempt at making scones. These are better than those bought in a bakery. They were easy to make and I took them in to work. My coworkers loved them too. You scored another winner Sarah!

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ElaineAnn November 01, 2006
Maple Pecan Scones