The Foolish Kitchen wants to share a method for baking rich flavorful scones using any flavors or add ins that you like. Using this quick and easy method, you can create delicious scones using the flavorings you already have. These scones are a terrific hand held quickbread that you can make everyday and take anywhere, no knife and plate required. Here are fully illustrated, step-by-step instructions to make a small batch of scones and over a dozen recipes in a wide variety of flavors to get you started. Soon you will be inventing customized recipes and flavor profiles of your own. Create a signature flavor scone for everyone in your family!

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The Recipes Included

Rum Raisin Scones
Banana Rum Raisin Scones
Chocolate Peanut Butter Scones
Coffee Brandy Scones
Mint Chocolate Chip Scones
Peanut Butter And Lime Scones
Strawberry Rhubarb Scones
Very Lemon Scone
Pineapple Coconut Scones
Chocolate Coconut Scones
Blueberry and Lemon Scones
Very Blueberry Scones
Ginger Peach Scones
Gingerbread Scones
Maine Blueberry And Maple Scones
Very Ginger Scones
Cranberry Orange Scones
Apple Cinnamon Scones
Bourbon Pecan Scones

Advance Reviews

Oftentimes, scones disappoint. They can have the consistency of a hockey puck or the texture of crumbling dirt. I’ve often wished there was a way to know that if I took the time to bake my own scones, I could get the Holy Triumvirate of consistency, texture, and flavor just right. At long last, prepare to be pleasantly surprised! Joyce Godsey’s The Foolish Kitchen’s Every Flavor, One Recipe Scone Book takes all the guesswork out of baking scones so that you can expertly bake your own. From the best ingredients and equipment to use to proper storage of baked scones to myriad flavors to try, Godsey’s book gets it right. I personally tested her Blueberry Lemon and Banana Rum Raisin scones. They had sublime flavor, perfect texture, and, accompanied by a little cup of tea, were sunshine on a plate. – Chris Bunje Lowenstein