Yield: Yields 8 large scones.
It's a hit every time! The recipe calls for plenty of ginger but the flavor is perfect and Never overwhelming. Moist, fluffy, an absolute treat.
Fabulous, easy and delicious! I tend to add molasses with ginger in my baking so this was a nice change. I made a double batch and froze some for Christmas Day brunch!
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.
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