Dorothea 08/233/2016 08/21/2016
Love this recipe! I usually use raisins instead of currants, and canola oil instead of butter (cuts down on the cholesterol and saturated fat!). Mine have never come out "fluffy" perhaps because I let them brown a little longer, but they are definitely lighter than wheat scones. I love how fast and easy it is when I feel a sudden desire for a scone!
Rachel Richards 07/201/2016 07/20/2016
Mine came out like fluffy cookies too :/ really wanted dry traditional scones. Any tips?
Michelle 04/113/2016 04/23/2016
Delicious! Left out the currants and added a do or two of lemon essential oil and they are amazing! Definitely lighter and fluffier than a normal "Fair scone", but still delicious!
Joan 02/44/2016 02/14/2016
They are tasty. However they turned out like large, fluffy cookies instead of scones. I followed the recipe but used bittersweet chocolate chips instead of currents. Maybe being in Phoenix made a difference... I wanted scones.
Jo 05/122/2016 05/02/2016
Perfection! I added 1 t. cinnamon, 1 hefty C. Pecans, and the zest on 1 lemon! My new obsession. Sure is nice to curb that "bread" craving with something this delicious! Thanks Pamela!!!!
Joan Schraufek 12/355/2015 12/22/2015
Made Pamela's gluten free orange zest scones for my gluten intolerant son in laws. They were a hit and they loved them. It was a nice sweet treat for them. Love your mix and recipes.
Andrea 08/235/2015 08/24/2015
I love these every time. I usually use dried blueberries instead of currants though, just a personal preference. And sometimes add a dash or two of cinnamon to the batter =)
Ellen 04/92/2015 04/03/2015
We really enjoy these scones. I make them in a variety of flavors. My boys prefer chocolate chips. I like cranberries and pecans. I usually leave out the orange zest. I use coconut sugar in place of cane sugar. They're really yummy and not too sweet.
Barbara H 05/120/2015 05/01/2015
Love this recipe. It made 10 large scones using a large ice cream scoop (2 1/4 inch) . Next time, I will make them with the smaller scoop.
Erin 11/324/2014 11/21/2014
Hi there, I was just wondering if I could pre make the dough at night, fridge it, & make the scones in the morning. I plan on making a more savory version: bacon, cheddar, & chives. TIA.
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