The instructions are as I originally found this recipe, for cutting out with a round cutter, but for scones I always pat the dough into a circle and cut it into wedges with a knife. The less the dough is handled the more tender they will be. I am not sure where this came from originally, I found it on the 'net somewhere.
I found this on the 'net in a hungry search for ever more scone recipes. This was listed as being a prize winner in a recipe contest for wheat germ. They don't contain egg so a true scone aficionado would probably say these are a biscuit not a scone.
Another no-bowl cake recipe. Found this one on a MasterCook recipe e-list back in 1998. Haven't tried it yet but hope to soon. Update: I have tried this now and used half all-purpose half whole wheat flour and no nuts. It worked very well. Not a high rising cake but it was nice and moist when we had this for breakfast the next morning. Took 25 minutes in a 9 inch pan.
Another companion recipe to the no-bowl banana nut cake I have tried and posted. A snack style cake. I haven't tried this one yet but plan to. The few utensils required for putting no-bowl cakes together is just so appealing!
This is a recipe I clipped from a Woman's Day magazine way back in 1980. I didn't try it for many years but when reviewing my files in search of low fat recipes for a family member I came across this one. Not a fancy cake but homey and good! I have also make this with fresh peaches with good results.