Monday, November 17, 2014


Good Monday morning.  I would say "I can't believe it's been a while since my last post" but that wouldn't be an accurate statement.  The most accurate statement is "Whew! time has flown by since my last post"! I never intend to stay away so long but things happen and one day slips into another.  I guess I'm just trying to stay up with life.

I've been looking through some Pinterest pins to find a recipe for scones. The more I drooled over the photos the more I just had to pull out the ingredients and get down to business.

After measuring and blending and mixing and patting and slicing...these are what jumped out of the oven.

Yummy blueberry scones with a light confectionery frosting. 

I took this photo with the camera on my phone so it's not the best quality but there's plenty of quality in these scone.  

In case you get a "hankering" to make a few of these you can find the recipe Here

These delectable treats were made on the spur of a moment, I didn't have the heavy cream on hand that the recipe calls for so I substituted yogurt for the cream. In spite of the substitution the scones turned out delish!




Down On The Farm said...

That looks DELICIOUS!!! Wish we could visit over one of these scones and a nice cup of hot tea. Welcome back :)! Blessings from snowy Missouri!!

Pat said...

With all this cold weather now is the time to bake. Looks yummy :)

Felicia said...

ummmm these look and sound yummy.

Deb~Paxton Valley Folk Art said...

A perfect treat for a cool fall day with a cuppa! They look delicious Willa.

Connie said...

Good Evening Willa, I'm up late blogging tonight, but very happy about it because I found your charming blog. These blueberry scones are making me want to go in the kitchen and burn the midnight oil, baking :) I would have to go out into the cold and dig into the freezer (we keep it in my husband's workshop) and going outside after 11P.M. in the cold isn't appealing:) I do have a question for you. I've been reading a few of your posts and your wisteria is beautiful. Does it take along time to get one growing as large as yours? We purchased a small home in the country and I want to start planting and having a country garden. Wisteria are so pretty, but I don't know much about them.
I'm your newest follower. A wife, mom and grandmother from the pacific northwest. I love gardening, but have never had a big yard until we made this move last spring. I also sew, quilt, re-purpose, craft, paint and play and sing in what my daughter calls an "Old Geezer Band" :) I love making new blogging friends and would love to invite you to visit my blog and hope that you would follow me back. I've met so many lovely people through blogging.
Looking forward to hearing from you.
Happy Thanksgiving.
Connie :)

peggy said...

Got my printer cranked up for this recipe. I love scones, just the word itself makes me hungry.

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