Scones on a Sunday

I maybe gluten-free, but my daughter, Ms Iz, certainly is not. She is very good about eating my versions of baked goods and pastas. But, every now and then, she wants the real deal.

Her request this weekend was for some “gluten-full” scones, please. I happily made them for her.

I’ve used the NY Times recipe for Tea Scones for years. I wonder, too, if this is Gran Fran’s scone recipe of choice. It’s a nice recipe, very simple and when you take your time with it, the results are great. Very fluffy and satisfying.

Ms Iz loves lemon curd on her scones, and not too much butter. As you can see below, I made half a batch with chocolate chips. These were well received, but the orignal ones went over big.

So, get your paper, a cup of tea and some berries and settle in with these wonderful scones.

Click on this link to the NY Times online to get the recipe.


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  1. Posted September 15, 2011 at 2:47 am by RChristopher @ | Permalink

    Great post! I remember having my first scone on our honeymoon in Bath. Was hooked ever since. One of my favorite recipes calls for heavy cream. We top it off with clotted cream, strawberry jam and wish we were back in England. Cheers!

  2. Posted September 18, 2011 at 7:14 pm by Gran Fran's Daughter | Permalink

    I'm glad I could bring you back to Bath!

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