Yield: Yields 8 large scones.
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One of the best all-time scone recipes. The recipe bakes up light and fluffy and buttery. Always a huge crowd pleaser. I add a bit more butter and always need a little extra cream to get the ingredients to bind at the end. To the below reviewer: maybe your baking powder is old? I've never had that problem--make sure you roll them out thickly.
WHERE IS THE RECIPE ?? Like many others, this recipe will NOT come up !!PLEASE HELPCastlewoodgirl
Excellent and easy. Everyone loves these. My 16 year old daughter just made them and they came out perfect the first time.
ugghhh...i can't "get" the recipe... i am a member... already logged in and ready to go... but for some reason this recipe won't come up for me :( so sad...i'd wanted to make these for christmas morning. please, anyone... if you could email me this recipe for double ginger scones i would be ever so grateful :) thank you..and merry christmas to all :) email@example.com
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