These scones were wonderful! Made a half recipe last night for breakfast this morning. Kept 2 out and put the rest in the freezer. Very tasty, soft scones. I wasn't too sure, b/c the dough was not really kneadable--was very, very sticky and most ended up on my hands! But I didn't add more flour and they turned out well! Thanks for posting! Will likely make again!
These were made for breakfast this morning with the remainder now in the freezer to be enjoyed at a later date. I took one reviewers suggestion and added in a dried herb mixture. I used a pound of low-fat sausage and reduced the butter to 4 tablespoons due to the large amount of cheese being added. No fat plain yogurt was thinned and used for the buttermilk. The scones were great and the timing was perfect.
These are really good. Great to grab from the freezer for a breakfast-on-the-run. I think this recipe is very versatile, and plan to experiment with adding different things to it.
Tish, these are great. I used low-fat sausage and half whole wheat flour and both worked great! Next time I make them I will add more sausage (turkey) and some herbs per my dh's request. They heated up easily in the microwave (direct from freezer) and I think they're actually better reheated. I put each slice in a little ziptop sandwich bag and then put all of those in a larger freezer bag. Hubby is so happy to have self-serve breaky that isn't cereal.
Lovely! I used some organic sausage that was very lean. Easy to make.
Wow! these are good! My dependable Seimens mixer (Circa 1980) couldn't handle this large batch, so I took over mixing by hand. I had leftover bacon that I subtituted for sausage. The first batch is still cooling, I couldn't resist. Delish!
My husband and I loved this recipe ! We used turkey sausage.. they turned out great ! Thank you !