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  • noun Plural form of scone.

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Examples

  • Anonymous - Canned and frozen fruit are not generally a good substitute for dried in scones, there is just too much moisture, especially for this recipe.

    Apricot Oat Scones | Baking Bites

  • One of the things that I like about scones is that they are very versatile.

    Baking Bites » Print » Coconut Scones

  • Grace said ... swoon-worthy, eh? sounds good to me. and even though the pumpkin scones weren't up to your standards, i'll bet they're still better than the real starbucks version.

    Guilt Appeasing Scones For Playgroup

  • The great thing about fresh scones is that a merely good scone will taste almost as good as a spectacular scone, served side by side, if they are both hot out of the oven.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • I've been wanting to do some pumpkin scones this year.

    Guilt Appeasing Scones For Playgroup

  • One of the things that I like about scones is that they are very versatile.

    Coconut Scones | Baking Bites

  • The coconut is mild, but a wonderful change from plain scones or those made with blueberries or currants, both of which are fairly common.

    Baking Bites » Print » Coconut Scones

  • The best part about these scones is that they can be whipped up in 15 minutes (tops) and baked off in another 15.

    Archive 2008-09-01

  • The coconut is mild, but a wonderful change from plain scones or those made with blueberries or currants, both of which are fairly common.

    Coconut Scones | Baking Bites

  • The great thing about fresh scones is that a merely good scone will taste almost as good as a spectacular scone, served side by side, if they are both hot out of the oven.

    Guilt Appeasing Scones For Playgroup

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