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    This is my mum's recipe for a light Scottish scones. They're always a winner.

    Recipe #383094

    Our family favourite. This dish is always made for family parties

    Recipe #383058

    I use this when I have foreign guests. This is a traditional Scottish Sweet with a adult twist. I get lots of compliments as it just melts in the mouth.

    Recipe #265556

    I find this very easy recipe yet one that's really classy. I find the sauce tastes better if you make it the day before so that the flavours can mature. I've also used red grape juice instead of wine and it tasted just as good. I've been using this recipe for over 15 years and still love it. I even use the sauce as a pouring sauce for Ice Cream. I often increase the recipe so that I have leftovers just for that. The time that it takes to reduce the liquid is variable dependent on the quantity. I've estimated that it can take up to 20 minutes but it could take less time. They can also be put into a pretty jar and given as a gift.

    Recipe #264082

    Just gorgeous and moreish. I use this recipe every Christmas for gifts. I'm surprised they make it out the house as I'm always eating them myself or using them whenever a guest comes to call. You can also use icing sugar to coat them instead of white chocolate

    Recipe #467339

    From Barbara Cousins "Cooking Without"

    Recipe #334196

    From "More form the Sensitive Gourmet" by Antoinette Savil

    Recipe #334195

    This is the recipe that my mother likes to call her Christmas Soup. The recipe comes from the "Old Dough School" in Glasgow (Glasgow West of Scotland College of Domestic Science) which I am proud to have gratuated from. In my day it was called Queens College, Glasgow. It has now become part of Glasgow Caledonia University. The last reprint of the book that I have is from 1967. The book was mainly for students who were training in Home Economics or to be Cooks or Chefs. Hope you like it?

    Recipe #285743

    I've lost count of the amount of compliments I get with this melt in the mouth confectionery. I cut this into small bite size squares and put into a pretty box to give as Christmas gifts or into rectangles (approx. 6cm x 8cm) and wrap in greaseproof paper and the local school sells them at fundraising craft fairs.

    Recipe #263857


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