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"This is similar to a recipe I've used for years out of an old Betty Crocker recipe. What makes these fluffier than most recipes is the 3 teaspoons of baking powder. Most recipes call for less and are, therefore, less fluffy. I didn't have much white flour and used mostly white wheat flour. It worked just fine. I suggest that you live a little..."
Jan 1, 2010 on Food.com
"These are wonderful scones. I think the Starbucks scones have led people to believe that a scone should be sweet like cake or a cinnamon roll. A real scone is like a dry biscuit with fruit and/or nuts with just a hint of sweetness. You can add jam on top to make it sweeter. As others have said, dried cranberries are nice and will make these a ..."
Dec 26, 2009 on Food.com
"This is one of those recipes to keep in mind when are short on time. If you think to take your butter out of the fridge and let it soften, you can throw this together in a flash. A dollop of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream is wonderful. I may keep a can of cherry pie filling in the pantry when I need a quick dish for a potluck."
Dec 26, 2009 on Food.com
"Easiest cookie dough I've ever worked with including several on RecipeZaar that say they are the best. I used Kittencal's icing that hardens and they are perfect. I love a lemony cookie and added the zest of one lemon. Two would have been even better IMHO."
Dec 24, 2009 on Food.com
"I'm rating this 5 stars because it is so simple and is a crowd pleaser. I put it all in my crockpot and took it to work to have for a weekly lunch we have. Everyone talked about how good it tasted as it simmered in my office all morning. Come lunch time, it was perfectly done and everyone really liked it. Definitely a good dish when you are st..."
Nov 17, 2009 on Food.com
"This is a yummy, easy recipe. I used half white wheat flour for added fiber/vitamins. This made the dough a little drier than it would normally be and so not as sticky as scone dough usually is. I turned it out on my baker's mat and had to knead a bit more. I patted it into a circle and used my pizza cutter and made 8 scones. I also chopped b..."
Nov 14, 2009 on Food.com
"These are really very good if made as the recipe is written (i.e., using the icing. The dough by itself really isn't very flavorful in my opinion, but the sweet icing on the not-so-sweet cookie makes a great combo. I would like to try these with some lemon zest and see how that works. I used 1 teaspoon vanilla in the cookies and the 1/2 teasp..."
Nov 1, 2009 on Food.com
"These are really great muffins. I made them for a brunch with the girlfriends, and the next time we were having a get together I asked if they wanted a different kind of muffin or the chocolate ones and the vote was unanimous for these wonderful muffins. You won't be sorry!"
Feb 8, 2009 on Food.com
"This is such a nifty idea. But you MUST have the time right or your popcorn will burn and there is a very fine line between perfectly popped corn with few kernels unpopped and a bag of ugly black burnt popcorn. Don't dis the recipe until you've experimented with it a bit. My microwave takes around 2 mins, 30 sec. Stop it when it slows a bit...."
Aug 3, 2008 on Food.com
"This is five stars because it is so quick and easy and good. I served this for New Year's Day with tortilla chips and used regular Jimmy Dean sausage and chunky rotel without draining it and good ol' Philly cream cheese. I browned the sausage in a skillet and added it to the crock pot on high until the cheese was melted and heated it through, the..."
Jan 1, 2008 on Food.com