Chocolate Chip Scones ~NancyCreative

The first time I had these scones, they were made by Priscilla. She brought them to work as a snack for a co-worker’s birthday, and they were really good. She had made them with dried fruit and everyone wanted the recipe. The second time I had these scones, Brenda had made them and brought them…

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Pumpkin and orange scones — Basil&Co

Don’t you just get sick of waiting for holidays to come around? I mean why do we have to wait an entire year for a Christmas tree? Or for Thanksgiving and the pumpkin pie? It’s just not fair! Well I’m gonna let you in on my little secret how I keep the holiday spirit going […]…

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Luscious Lemon Blueberry Scones

This is a simple, quick and easy recipe to make on lazy weekend mornings alone or with the kids. This will produce consistent flaky, buttery, soft-centered, bakery quality scones time and again. Mix and match dried fruits, different citrus zests and even some chocolate morsels; white or dark. Perfect plain or topped with butter, preserves,…

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Savory Bacon Cheddar Jalapeno Herb Scones—Super Simple & Superb!

Savory scones you say? Absolutely! Packed with cheesy, spicy, herby flavor! Perfect with soup, stew, salad & pasta. Serves as handy little sandwich breads as well. Fun to make so include your loved ones or even those you would like to become your loved ones…baking makes fine friends 😉 Ingredients 3 cups unbleached all purpose flour…

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Scones, Biscuits & Crumpets: For the Love of Muffins

Blueberry, corn, cranberry, or oatmeal raisin, just to name a few. We fill our much-loved, portable breakfast indulgences with sweet fruits, grains and creams. Often times making them healthy, often times not. Yet, our satisfying breakfast delicacies possess an origin and a past… The word muffin comes from the French word moufflet which is often…

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Luscious Lemon Blueberry Scones

This is a simple, quick and easy recipe to make on lazy weekend mornings alone or with the kids. This will produce consistent flaky, buttery, soft-centered, bakery quality scones time and again. Mix and match dried fruits, different citrus zests and even some chocolate morsels; white or dark. Perfect plain or topped with butter, preserves,…

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Scones; Fit for Royalty & Not Just a Plain Old Biscuit

Ahhhh, Lovely Scones! Biscuits, as we American’s know them, but sweet and light with a crisp exterior and soft, flaky interior—quite enjoyable. These buttery, mouth-watering delicacies can be eaten alone or, more traditionally, served with tea, jam and clotted cream, just as the British. Scones have gone through centuries of ovens, the first declaration in…

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