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Chocolate Chunk Scones

Chocolate Chunk Scones recipe
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Very Good. My 13 year old daughter made these and entered them in our County Fair and they got Reserve Champion and they were also chosen for the State Fair!!
posted by
A.B.
on 8/7/2010
time
prep:
15 min
total:
40 min
servings
total:
12 servings
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posted:
8/7/2010
Very Good. My 13 year old daughter made these and entered them in our County Fair and they got Reserve Champion and they were also chosen for the State Fair!!
posted:
5/28/2009
A blue ribbon recipe!
posted:
3/1/2009
These scones were delicious!! Next time I think I'll add fruit or nuts for a different flavor.
posted:
4/27/2008
This was outstanding! I am a 2nd grade teacher and our current unit in Social Studies is about England. Since scones are a popular food in England, I decided to make these for my students to try - and they tried them and LOVED them!! I served them with tea - it was a great treat for my class!
posted:
4/3/2008
This is soo good! I loved how it looked like a giant [and I mean giant] chocolate cookie without any mushy middles, or burnt bottoms. Like the previous comment, it'll definately satisfy ANY chocolate craving.
posted:
1/17/2008
One of my favorites when I need a chocolate fix! I substitute milk for the cream for a healthier version. Works great. I also make them more like biscuits. I found it was easier.
posted:
8/16/2007
These were great! I just made they were fabulous I will definetly try these again.
posted:
6/10/2007
The scones were wonderful! Several girlfriends and I had gone to London a number of years ago and vowed to have tea and scones upon return to the U.S. Four years later, we finally had our tea party. The scones were great, along with chocolate dipped strawberries. Of course we are chocoholics, so it was not too sweet or too much chocolate! I made them in the shape the recipe said, although we enjoyed them in London in the shape of a tall biscuit. Will make them again!
posted:
4/26/2007
I was very yummy
posted:
10/21/2006
the first time i used chocolate but found it rather sweet i now use saltanas instead
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