Wednesday, August 27, 2008

Scones for Teacher's Day

My older boy asked me to make something for him for his teachers. Since I want to make something easy for him to bring to school, I baked a batch of cream scones for him to bring.

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The plain ones without mixed fruits are for the boys breakfast tomorrow. The younger one especially likes his scones plain.

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10 comments:

Amy said...

Hi Lee,

Your cream scones looks exceptionally SCRUMMY! Do share your recipe and tips, plzzz!

Btw, I baked walnut moonies, using your recipe, with extra portion of walnut, it is super duper DELICIOUS! burp, burp!

Happy Teacher's day to you too! You're a great on-line teacher to me. :)

Anonymous said...

can share the scones recipe?

fiona

Ms. _____ 2 be ! said...

You kids are lucky to have you as their mom. His teacher is lucky to have him as a student in class who's mom make such yummie things got her.

Anonymous said...

hello leelee,

what's cream scones? did you spread a layer of fresh cream in the middle?
i used to eat a lot of plain scones with fresh cream and jam in my younger days. oh boy, did i put on weight.
haven't eaten scones in decades.
p.t.

Hugbear said...

Hi pt, it is actually scones but I used thicken cream in it. I like to spread butter and jam on my scones but not fresh cream.

jthorge said...

Lee Lee,
Love to see your bakes. These scones look very delicious! Feel hungry now. :P

SweetBites said...

Hi Lee Lee, ur scones look so scrumptious. Ur son's teachers must have really enjoyed them.

ChezzyHeart said...

Hi Lee Lee,
Cld u share this recipe? with raisin? wld love to try out for my dd, ^^

thks inadv

Hugbear said...

Chezzyheart, I have shared the recipe before. You can find it under 'Baking'.

ChezzyHeart said...

Thks Lee Lee, I found it...=)
So if i want added dry fruits. Any special steps to add in the fruits? thks =0

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