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UPDATE 6/21/16 Please pardon the wait, but I will add the recipe to this page soon. I will move it from a previous blog.

 

Currently, The Scone Reviews are all residing at my first blog. For the sake of consistency, until I move them all here, too, I have just posted the Lemon Curd recipe there.

 

Check it out.   It is a bit of heaven!  ;^)  It’s worth the trip over.  (After all, it’s just a click.)  ;^D

Also, on the sidebar on that blog, I have listed all of The Scone Reviews (so far,) as well as the Creme Fraiche (Devonshire Cream) recipe, and now, the Lemon Curd.

Enjoy!  ;^)

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UPDATE 6/20/16 Please pardon the wait, but I will be updating this page and adding the scone recipe here as soon as I can. Thank you.

 

Tea is wonderful, but tea AND scones…heaven!  I have been on a mission to find the best recipe for scones.  Scouring my cookbooks and the internet for scone recipes to experiment with is one of my joys.  I thought I might be on this scone-tracking journey for quite some time.  I hardly expected to find the recipe for the be-all-end-all-of scones so quickly, but I did.  I have written four posts about it in a previous blog.  My plan is to move the Scone Reviews to this blog.

I have to tell you, you will want to check the ingredients list, and make these immediately!

The BEST Scones EVER!

 

I have one addition to make these even more amazing.  (Is that possible?)

I frosted the most recent version with orange icing.

I whipped 4 Tablespoons of soft butter with 1 cup of powdered sugar and added about 2 Tablespoons of orange juice.  You may add more orange juice or powdered sugar, depending on the consistency you like.  Then, I grated about 1 Tablespoon of orange zest into the icing.

I wanted the icing to infuse the warm scones, so I waited about ten minutes after taking the scones out of the oven, and then frosted them.  I also wanted the icing to drizzle down the sides a bit, so I added a touch more orange juice than I first mixed in.

Enjoy!

Please, let me know if you make these and what you think!  ;^)

P.S. I’ve linked up with Tea Rose Home and the Link Party:

http://tearosehome.blogspot.com/

Check it out!  There are some amazing people over there!  ;^)

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