4 Reviews

This is such a great recipe! I love how versatile it is--instead of trying to find separate recipes for different flavor combinations--you can just mix & match with this one recipe! I cut the recipe in half & used organic white flour to make it healthier. I used 1/4 cup almonds & 1/4 cup choc chips--and did not freeze them as directed (I was in a hurry). I baked them @ 350 for 15 min & that was perfect. What I really appreciated with this recipe was the detailed instructions. For someone who doesn't make scones very often, it really helped & that is a big reason why I picked this recipe. I was able to cut them into the wedges due to the well-written instructions (I've had problems in the past) but also look forward to trying the "scoop" method. Thank you again!

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LUVMY2BOYS February 22, 2016

These are so easy to make, and boy are they delicious! Perfect combination of flakiness and softness. Just the right amount of sweetness as well. My family really enjoy them. Kudos Chef Glaucia.

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pressure_cooker February 11, 2011

WOW! What a hit. Followed to a T and they were amazing. No more hockey-puck scones in this house!

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capecodmama May 30, 2009

I just made these scones and they're fantastic, not too sweet not too dry. I found the bake time was closer to 30-33 minutes. I will definitely make these again!

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csamartano November 29, 2008
Scones