Yield: Yields 8 scones.
These scones have a fine, tender crumb because of the cake flour and lack of kneading. The dusting of cinnamon sugar complements the tartness of the cherries.
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Very good as is and also seems like it would work well with other dried fruit and/or other nuts. Some might prefer crunchier decorator sugar on the top, which I'll try next time.
I have so many scone recipes but I keep coming back to this one! I've made them plain and with different add-ins, it all works.
My 10 year old and I made these tonight and they were SO easy and incredibly delicious!!! We used a scone pan instead of using a cookie pan and they came out perfectly. Wonderful recipe!
Made them for Easter brunch. AWESOME! tender, tasty. will be a keeper!
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