Thursday, July 20, 2017

A SCONE KIND OF DAY


 The cookie jar was empty.  I wasn't in the mood to make any.  What really sounded good was scones.  This recipe is so easy and only takes 15-20 minutes to bake.  I was out of white chocolate chips, which I usually use, but I had some dried cranberries and pecans.  Actually you can add anything you want!!

If you know me at all....you know I put drizzle on everything.  So my scones aren't complete without some drizzle.

Making a pot of coffee and will enjoy a scone while watching the "Dodger" game.  

 

20 comments:

  1. Wanda, oh yummers. Maybe I will bake scones sometime soon, I never have, the white chocolate chips sound delicious. We are on the same wavelength, today a friend came over for coffee and ginger pear scones that I bought.

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  2. Oh ginger pear scones sound wonderful.
    My original recipe calls for dried apricots, white chocolate chips and walnuts. But anything goes....haha

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  3. That's the ticket! Sometimes scones are just the thing.

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    1. Isn't that the truth. It was just a Scone Kind of Day!!!!

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  4. That sure looks great indeed. Thanks for sharing!

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    1. Had one for breakfast this morning. Yes good indeed.

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  5. Your scones look delightful, my friend! And the fact that you enjoyed them with a cup of coffee while watching the Dodgers well, it doesn't get much better than that {{smiles}}

    Happy weekend, dear one. Hugs!

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    1. It was a sad day indeed, Stephanie. The Dodgers lost, and that ends the long, long, winning streak...but we wipe and tears....and start all over...HaHa. Just like life!

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  6. Everything you make looks so yummy and "forbidden" to me. Your drizzle just tops it off.

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    1. For you Sue....I would not add the drizzle. The scones have VERY LITTLE sugar.

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    1. Christine....Come on down......haha.

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  8. I wish you lived nearby so you could teach me how to make scones. Mine are never good. You must have a great recipe! I made your wonderful banana bread for our friends who come on Tuesday once a month. They loved it! They slathered on the cream cheese while smacking their lips. They said, "Cher, this is the best banana bread we have ever eaten!" I said, "You can thank Wanda."

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    1. So glad the Banana Bread was a success. I am going to post the Scone Recipe, as several have ask for it. It's really Easy-Peasy... Love and Hugs.

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  9. Every once in a while I will get hungry for a scone and throw a batch in the oven. Love them...they are different from any other baked treat. xo Diana

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    1. Yes they are...and without my drizzle, not that any calories. My recipe only takes 1/2 cup sugar.

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    2. Should have said...many...not any!!

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  10. Oh, this looks so delectable! Wish I could sit and enjoy it with you, dear Wanda. xo

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  11. Wanda, I first tried scones at my friend's house, and she made them with a drizzled icing on top. I liked them a lot. Scones don't have as much sugar as cookies it seems. Your cranberry and pecan scones look so good, and with a cup of coffee, oh my.

    ~Sheri

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