By LARavenscroft on August 06, 2007
"This is an adaptation of a recipe that I found on Pamela's Products website. The original recipe was for current scones, but I wanted something that was cinnamon raisin and this is what I came up with."
Serving Size: 1 (41 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 10
"Yummy, I used Biscuick baking mix, grated orange rind and dried cranberries. Also didnt have any milk (found out last minute) so used 6 oz carton of vanilla yogurt and about a teaspoon of the juice from the orange, as dough was a tad too crumbly. After I added the spoon of juice was perfect. Patted out into large round and then cut in wedges. Baked on greased baking stone,Brushed the tops with egg white and sprinkled sugar. Will try your cinn/raisin variation nex t time(didnt have raisins today)"
"I made these this morning and they are delicious....make them! Then, ENJOY!"
"These are definitely WONDERFUL!! I did use dried cranberries in place of the raisins and they gave it a really nice tart background! I was pretty generous with the cinnamon as it is a favorite spice of mine. They spread nicely and make a huge scone so next time I'll use a smaller scoop. Shared with my small group at church and everyone raved about them!! Tagged in Gimme5 tag game and will be making them again and again!"
"These are incredible right out of the oven! I'm bringing them to a baby shower this afternoon and I had to taste test one. It'll be a miracle if I'm able to keep my hands off of them for the rest of the day. I know I'll be making these again soon. I'm looking forward to trying lovesaquickie's recommendation with the lemon zest and the almonds. Thank you very much for posting!"
"I made these for a celiac friend. She loved them-hence the 5 stars.She said things usually turn out better with a mix than from scratch,but I've been fairly successful making gluten free products from scratch for friends. I live in Canada so I had Kingsmill Foods Rice Bread and Baking Mix. I didn't think to try them before I sent the 8 left over home with her. Next time!!!"
"I made this for an English themed Bunco party & it was a hit with all 12 ladies there, plus a few men who hang around to sample the potluck each month. I followed the recipe, but left out the cinnamon & raisins, added about 2 Tablespoons of lemon zest and 1/3 cup of sliced almonds. I served it with Lemon Curd. Delicious combination, I will make it again following the listed ingredients for a breakfast treat, adding 1/3 cup walnuts, I'm a nut fan! Thanks."
"Raisins, cinnamon, scones & all in one package! Now how could I pass on this recipe? No way! And happily you supplied me with a great breakfast treat! Raisin fan that I am I did use a bit more than listed (3/4 of a cup, actually!) & that was enough to put a pleasant smile on my face! These have a wonderfully simple taste to them that I found mose enjoyable! Thanks for sharing a keeper of a recipe! [Tagged, made & reviewed for a teammate in the Aus/NZ Special Recipe Swap #19]"