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Oh-so-good! Ate more than my fair share, too. Hey, do you think my jeans would fit if I sewed two pairs together?

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gailanng August 11, 2014

These turned out great! Tender and light. I mixed them in the food processor and they were in the oven in less than 10 mins. We enjoyed with sausage gravy and one with honey.Thanks for sharing this recipe, I'll be making these again.

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Lucky in Bayview February 23, 2013

Delicious scones Katzen. I enjoyed these tasty little treats very much. I halved the recipe and used a small juice glass to cut out the scones and ended up with 7 lovely biscuits. They were light, tender, fluffy and tall. Thanks for sharing a recipe that I will make again. Perfect served with beans and ham. Made for NA/ME Fun in the Sun 2013.

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Baby Kato February 21, 2013

I was lazy, and instead of using a cutter, I patted the dough out and sliced it into squares. These have a wonderful texture and flavor. Thanks for posting!

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Chocolatl December 31, 2010

Excellent biscuits/scones!!! I made this exactly as written other than making 1/2 of the recipe. Light and flaky with a wonderful buttery taste. I had them warm with some butter and some fresh fruit for breakfast. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for 123 Hits Tag Game.

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diner524 April 25, 2010

These are so delightful! I made them as a treat for a mama with a new baby, and she raved about them as well. I did make two changes; I had some fresh peaches that were on their last legs so I decided to make these peach scones. I used a bit more sugar (about 1/4 c) and pressed the peaches into the top of the dough after rolling it into a circle (didn't want to make the dough tough overmixing). Finally, I sprinkled the tops with cinnamon sugar b/c you can never have too much cinnamon ;). They turned out so yummy--nice and crusty on the outside and tender/buttery on the inside. It was hard to give these away for sure! Note: I used a 2-inch cutter and the yield was 20 scones! Maybe my baking powder/soda were just really good LOL? Also, like Lalaloula I did not use all the liquid called for. Made for Veggie Swap 12.

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smellyvegetarian July 11, 2009

I made these as a surprise for my sis today, cause she has an exam at uni and they turned out very nice! The directions are very clear and the dough was easy to work with (I did add the liquid little by little, though and had some left). These smell heavenly when baking and mine were done after exactly 15 minutes. I could not resist and had to taste one warm from the oven. YUM is all I can say! The texture is light and fluffy, the crust crunchy and everything else youd wish for in a good scone is there, too. PERFECT! Thanks so much for sharing this tasty treat with us, Katzen! Made and reviewed for our VERY IMPORTANT CHEF (and super duper host) in Veg'n'Swap #12.

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Lalaloula July 03, 2009
Scones / Tea Biscuits (Canadian Living)