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These are really good! They are soft on the inside with a lovely crunch to the crust and the taste is mmmm moreish! :)
The nutty pecan flavour goes great with the sweetness from the white chocolate. A very decadent scone, that is best for your tea or coffee break.
I made half the recipe and used 3/4 c spelt flour and 1/4 c whole spelt flour, which worked out nicely. Next time I might reduce the sugar to 1 tbs or so, cause I found the white chocolate added enough sweetness.
All in all another wonderful recipe by her majesty the Queen of Scones. :)
THANK YOU SO MUCH for sharing this with us, Annacia!
Made and reviewed for Veggie Swap #25 August 2010.

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Lalaloula August 14, 2010

These are delicious! Very light, a little bit sweet but not too much and full of flavor. I used Lindt white chocolate and pecans. They were very easy and I can't wait to have another one tomorrow morning with my coffee.

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Lainey6605 October 04, 2008

Excellent! Oh so sweet and light. I used white chocolate chips & walnuts because that is what I had on hand. The kids gobbled them up!

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Sccuddlers April 10, 2008

Wonderful scones as usual, Annacia! I got lazy (yes, again!) and used white chocolate chips instead of chunking up a slab. I don't like the way the chips react to the oven temps, so I'll probably bite the bullet and cut up a bar in the future. The scones themselves, however, were absolutely delicious! The dough handled very well and wasn't sticky at all, and the scones puffed up beautifully like little pillows. You really have the BEST scone recipes!

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Chilicat September 03, 2007

These are incredible--wonderful taste and texture!!! My husband and I both loved them (actually my husband was lucky he got any of them, because I wanted to eat them all myself!). I did sub 1 1/2 cups of whole wheat pastry flour, plus 1/2 cup of oat flour for the AP flour, brown sugar for the sugar, and half white and half dark chocolate for the white chocolate (I didn't have any AP flour, white sugar, or enough white chocolate)--and they still turned out great! A ten star recipe! Thanks Annacia!!!

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So Cal Gal June 01, 2007

very good scones! I did increase the baking powder to 3 teaspoons, used half and half cream in place of milk, I used white baking chips in place of the chunks, we loved these, thanks for sharing Annacia!...Kitten :)

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Kittencal@recipezazz November 25, 2006
White Chocolate Pecan Scones