Sunday, January 21, 2007

I love bread.

When I am stressed I eat. I am sure that is true for most people. And what do I crave the most (besides delicious milk chocolate)......bread. You will usually see me making the yeast rolls or something along those lines when I am stressed out. Well, these are another favorite of mine. My mom shared this recipe and we used to have it every year for Christmas. They are an old English recipe that has been passed down our family. They are not the traditional fluffy biscuit-like scones you will get in a coffee shop. They are flat and very sweet. Nothing is added to them. You can slice them open or just leave them whole. I like to put butter on mine - particularly the new Country Crock flavored spreads. The honey butter is fabulous. They are wonderful on their own, but you can top them with butter, honey, jelly, or whatever floats your boat.







Scones

Sift: 3 c flour
½ c sugar
2 t baking powder
1 t baking soda

Cut in: 1 stick margarine
1 c buttermilk

Knead: 2-5 times. Divide into 4 balls. Pat out to about ¼ in – ½ in thick circle. Cut into 4-6 pieces (triangles – like a pie). Heat griddle to 300
degrees. Fry. NO GREASE!

Makes 16-24 scones











I hope you enjoy these. They are always a huge hit with everyone in my family. Also a little pocket note to brighten your day!

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

Thanks for sharing the recipe! I love checking out your blog and wanted you to know that I think it is great! You are so very creative and I love that you share family recipes!! Thanks, Lisa

Anonymous said...

Would you mind sharing your recipe for the baked potato soup that you had mentioned a few posts ago! That just sounded so yummy!

Ilene

Godchick said...

The scones look yummy! I will definitely have to try the recipe soon!

Erica S said...

I noticed you liked the honey butter flavor--I have an incredible honey butter recipe that I'm guessing you would love--goes great with any kind of bread! I've seen your stuff on SCS--very talented--TFS all you do!

SCS name--ericabeth

Rosella said...

Thanks for sharing your recipes. Sounds like my MIL she used to bake too when she was stressed or sad, to the delight of us. She has passed away though.
Now baking is not my cup of tea, but I do love to eat baked food. I have always enjoyed scones. Didn't realize they are fried?! So I will just HAVE to try this. Thank you for sharing with us!!