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The only thing I did differently was toast my pecans, and add a bit of orange zest, other than that followed recipe as written. These were delicious, light and fluffy, with a wonderful flavor. Will be making again for Christmas morning to go with our coffee!Read More
The only thing I did differently was toast my pecans, and add a bit of orange zest, other than that followed recipe as written. These were delicious, light and fluffy, with a wonderful flavor. Will be making again for Christmas morning to go with our coffee!
These scones have excellent flavor and texture, well worth making.
I added cinnamon and used brown sugar instead of white. I also added flaxseed, ground up, in place of 1/2 c flour. Delicious!
Great scone recipe, hubby and I went back for seconds. I used frozen cranberries instead of dried, walnuts instead of pecans as I had none, pastry flour as I am trying to use it up, and almond milk. I did need to add a splash of milk to get the dough to the consistency I wanted. We will be making this one again!
The batter was TOO wet after adding the milk so I added at least a cup more of flour. I decided to stop trying to make it stiff enough to roll out. So I ended up dropping heaping spoonfuls onto a cookie sheet and flatten it slightly before cooking. I forgot to do the egg white but it was ok. I did add 1/2 cup white chocolate chips to the mix. Lastly, making the glaze took a bit more milk than the recipe says. I shared them with my neighbors and everyone lived them!
Really yummy, great texture, easy to make and way too easy to eat! I made mine without berries & nuts, and they were terrific. Only (slight) change I made was to grate solid butter in rather than chopping it up, and I added some cinnamon in.
Delicious - my first attempt at scones. I added orange zest, and used some left over toasted pecans from a previous recipe. Instead of the glaze I sprinkled the tops with turbinado sugar. I put some extra chopped pecans on a few of them for fun, but they got a little too toasty. I will eat them, but maybe won't do that again.