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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!

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StacyMD187373 May 16, 2009

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.

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PaulaG November 23, 2007

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.

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Lightly Toasted October 05, 2007

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.

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gourmetmomma September 02, 2007

Lovely! I used some organic sausage that was very lean. Easy to make.

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julimac November 15, 2006

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!

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FunkiMonki January 15, 2006

My husband and I loved this recipe ! We used turkey sausage.. they turned out great ! Thank you !

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Chef MacPherson June 23, 2005
Sausage and Cheese Scones for Your Freezer