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Your sister is so sweet! I would love to have lunch with my grandma who passed away about 27 years ago. I didn't appreciate her wisdom and grace and would love to talk to her about some things I didn't understand then. It is very foggy here too - but everything is covered with hoarfrost - breathtaking!
Congratulations Ann! Just email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) with your address and I will pop it in the mail to you.
Easy Drop Scones are a little moister than a traditional English scone, and they pack a lot of flavor. While the recipe calls for dried and fresh cranberries, I have also made them with blueberries, cherries, and apricots. The possibilities are endless! And you can skip the white chocolate chips if you so choose, but I like the little pockets of sweetness they provide in contrast to the tart cranberries. I use raw cane sugar to sprinkle the tops, regular sugar works fine in a pinch. I love the ease of this recipe, just mix, drop and bake. No rolling or scoring as in other scone recipes. Bake up a batch and see if you like them as much as I do!
Go to my recipe pages for the printable page: https://sites.google.com/site/ohfercuterecipepages/easy-drop-scones
And thanks for stopping by today!