ET Scone Home

Lamest title ever? YEP. Moving on...

This scone recipe from Prudent Baby is pretty excellent. 
If you've had scones before that were terrible, just try these. They will erase that stale memory from your taste buds.

I didn't use a cookie cutter and my dough was a little TOO moist, so they came out all kinds of weird shapes. But my plan is to make them in cute little <3 shapes for my Valentine. 
'Cause I like love him and stuff.
[My new bible study group demolished this batch of blueberry scones and I only had one left to show you.]
Kevin's Famous Scones
(with my own additions & commentary)

2.5 c. flour

0.5 c. sugar
2.5 tsp. baking powder
0.5 tsp. salt
6 T. COLD unsalted butter
1 c. heavy cream
0.5 c. frozen fruit (Frozen helps keep the fruit intact) or chocolate chips(yum!)

A stand mixer works best, but I used a hand mixer and it got the job done. Mix first 4 ingredients. Add butter (chopped) and mix to a meal. Add cream and mix. Add berries and mix. Place onto flat surface and form a 1/2" thick circle. Sprinkle with more sugar and cut into wedges or use whatever shape cookie cutter you want. Place on baking sheet. Bake in 425 degree oven for 15-17 minutes.


I might try making them with whole wheat flour next time... and I'm definitely adding more fruit! I usually hate baking (it's messy & all the measuring annoys me) but this recipe was very simple. 
Try to eat just one. I dare you.


  1. I'd try go halvsies with the whole wheat and white flour at first. They might be too heavy if using all whole wheat. I think it's the cream that makes them yummy.

  2. this seriouysly looks SOOO GOOOD!!! such a cute blog!!!


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