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Monday, June 27, 2011

Our Little Helper Making Scones



Today we made scones!


Scone Recipe

3 cups flour
1/2 cup sugar
5 tsp baking powder
1/2 tsp salt
3/4 cup cold butter 
1 egg
1 cup milk
1/2 tsp vanilla

Preheat oven to 400 deg. 
Grease baking sheet very lightly.
Combine all dry ingredients in a large bowl.
Cut butter into dry ingredients. 
Beat egg, add milk and vanilla mix into dry ingredients.
Drop by spoonfuls onto baking sheet.
bake 12 to 15 minutes until lightly golden on edges.
Enjoy!!!

27 comments:

  1. Very cute!! What a great job :)

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  2. thanks for stopping by! I'm following you back! Wishing my kids were closer to their grandma, I know they miss her! Thank goodness for skype atleast :D

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  3. thanks for stopping by! I'm following you back! Wishing my kids were closer to their grandma, I know they miss her! Thank goodness for skype atleast :D

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  4. Mmmm that looks delicious:)I'll have to try that. Thanks for stopping by from the Tiggerific Hop. I'm following you back:)

    Deb @Focused on the Magic

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  5. great job :) I've never made scones before but they look yummy!

    visiting from the hop!!!

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  6. I've never made scones, either, but I'll have to try that! Yum! Thanks for visiting me through the Tiggerific Tuesday Blog Hop! I can't wait to look at more of your blog.

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  7. That is adorable and they look yummy.

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  8. Thanks for stopping by TattleTott Productions. I'm already a follower - small world as I also had a grandma Bonnie =)

    Sandie lee

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  9. thank you for stoping by my blog and following me. I'm following you back.

    bookgirl @ my magical moments

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  10. Thanks for stopping by and following my blog. I'll follow you too! :) Looks like you're a great grandma. My parents live right up the street from us and are very active in my kids' lives - I love that! Your scones look yummy. We tried to make them once, but they weren't all that I expected them to be! LOL

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  11. Hi there,

    Thanks for the follow. I am so sorry about the delay. I was vacation last week and am trying to get caught up with everything. I am followering you back. Great to meet you!

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  12. Those look delish !

    Following back from OneLittleMom.blogspot.com !

    -Arianah :)

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  13. Those look yummy and you have a very cute helper.

    New follower from www.crazycoolwithasideofcrafty.com

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  14. So yummy ;)) Love it...Hello there.. My name is Marilyn over from http://theartsygirlconnection.blogspot.com/ & I found ya via blog hop, loving your blog & officially following.. Hope you can visit me sometime.. Hope all is well with you.. TY

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  15. Love scones! Newest follower. Hope you'll visit me.

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  16. Happy to follow back from Follow Me, Chickadee. I have never made scones before, but these look delicious! :) I have some little hands here at home that I know would love to dive right in and help! :)

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  17. These look yummy! I love scones, also. Lately I've started freezing the unbaked scones, then just popping a few in the oven whenever I want. I cook them at the same temperature; just add a few minutes.

    Thanks for following me from the hop!

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  18. These look great! I wish I had that kind of help in the kitchen! LOL! Thanks for stopping by my blog. I am now your newest follower!

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  19. How fun and what a cutie! New GFC follower from Staci at 7 on a Shoestring

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  20. Thanks for visiting, now google friend following you too, Karima x
    www.karimascrafts.com

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  21. Ahhh that's so sweet you had a helper! I'm following you back from What's Cooking Wednesday!

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  22. thanks for the recipe, following back!

    Bethanie

    http://thischicasguideto.blogspot.com/

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  23. What a cute little helped you have! The curly hair is just adorable!

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  24. Oh, this is lovely!!! Such a cute lil helper and yummy scones!!! Will try this recipe!!! Thanksss.

    Following you back from Thursday Blog Hop :)

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  25. I love to see children in the kitchen. The scones look fabulous. Thank you for the recipe.

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  26. With an assistant cook - the recipes can only get better :)

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