tasty treats:

There’s just something about long weekends that beg for long, leisurely breakfasts (that generally begin just after noon). On Monday morning, Justin and I awoke with absolutely zero plans. We putted around the house in our pyjamas before whipping up these bad boys to fill our bellies. While scones are not typically the first thing I gravitate to (something about their dry crumbliness isn’t generally my schtick), this recipe is definitely one I’d use again and again. The results are dense (yet surprisingly moist), quite easy  to prepare, and made for the ultimate breakfast treat.

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11 Responses to “tasty treats:”
  1. Julia says:

    Hello Jacquelyn! First of all I just loooove your new blog design, very nice!
    And I also love scones.. I tried some here: http://www.snow-in-april.com/2011/12/scones-petits-pains-ronds.html They were really delicious.. I definitely have to try your recipe!

    • Jacquelyn says:

      Hey Julia!

      Thank you so much! Your scones looked AMAZING. I think I’ve changed my mind about scones :) I’ll definitely have to try your recipe

  2. dustjacket says:

    They look so delish…perfect for a lazy morning start.

  3. shodja says:

    l o v e l y

  4. I absolutely love maple anything and scones + tea can’t be beat. I will definitely try this recipe!

    • Jacquelyn says:

      Well you will LOVE these. They were a big hit in my house (and surprisingly they still taste amazing 5 days later! Love that)

  5. Mmm…these look yummy. I’ll be saving the recipe (and hopefully trying it out soon!).
    J
    p.s. LOVE the new design. I’m itching for a blog redesign myself but haven’t had much time to look into it. Kudos!

  6. I LOVE IT HERE!!!!!!!!!! j, everything looks absolutely. amazing. supa dupa fly! well done, you and Aprile Elcich! oxox

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