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I have made these three times now! I can't get enough! These have a lighter texture than many scones, but they are still very good. I used about a half a cup of buttermilk because my mixture seems a bit hard to mix with just 1/3c. I also like to add a little vanilla extract. Some have commented about the difficulty of shaping them....I used an ice cream scoop and they turned out nice and round. Wonderful recipe! Thanks for posting!
It was good but very hard to mix even with the electric mixer, it was so thick.
This is a great scone recipe! These are great that they are moister than most scone recipes. I made half the recipe and received 6 large scones. I can see using different flavors of chips with these too - like cinnamon chips to give them a real twist. We enjoyed them immensely!! Thanks for sharing this recipe! :)
This was so easy and delicious! I love just about anything with chocolate chips and this was no exception. I love loads of chocolate chips, so I'd probably add a bit more just for my taste, but I'm not holding my exceptional love of chocolate chips against this recipe. Made for ZWT6: Family Picks.
Wonderful sweet scones!!! I made 1/4 of the recipe and using a 1/4 cup, it made 4 perfect sized scones. Thanks for sharing the recipe. Made for ZWT6.
Very good! Moist texture and lots of chocolate chips.
I thought these were quite nice. I used mint chocolate chips. I think I'll try them again with cinnamon chips. I thought they were more scone like than biscuit and very easy to make.
This is an amazing scone recipe, with a nice light and biscuity texture and just enough sugar. I love the buttermilk in it. I make it all the time and everyone I make it for loves it. I always use Ghirardelli semisweet chips. Cut the butter in half though -- one stick is enough and it still comes out great!
I can't believe I haven't reviewed these yet! They are soooo incredibly simple to put together and soooo amazing hot out of the oven with a cup of coffee! I tried forming them into triangles but then they puffed up and it didn't matter. I've baked them right from the freezer - such a nice feature for having company!... make the batter several days in advance then just pop them in the oven when you need them! THANKS!