Another day, another amazing creation from the Flour Cookbook. These scones are delicious and super easy to make!
It’s as simple as combining the dry ingredients…
combining all the wet ingredients…
I am having a love affair with Creme Fraiche. So much more amazing than sour cream!
Combining the two together and placing them on a baking dish is a circle…
Wipe the drool with your apron…
and bake. Wait and wait and wait while your apartment starts to smell like cheese. These babies smell ah-maz-ing! And then, they are ready. Everybody out of the oven.
Again, wipe the drool off with your apron. Cut them up and enjoy the best breakfast ever.
This scone is really very light and had cheese melted in the middle. Does it get any better than that? Nope. I am surprised by how easy the recipes in the Flour Cookbook really are.
The treats are special and decadent but totally do able. It just goes to show how little ingredients, like creme fraiche, can make a dish unique and even more delicious.
Melted cheese, soft interior, and crispy crust.
I realize that this is like foodie torture, making such a good savory breakfast item and not sharing the recipe. There is a cure! Order the book and make them for yourself!
I am off to a pumpkin patch so that I can pretend like its really fall! Hope ya’ll are having a happy Sunday!
YUM! I tried making cheddar and jalapeno scones but they turned out so dry. I bet the creme fraiche helped make them taste perfect.
Wow – these look so light and airy. The still-melted cheese looks great too!
I love cheddar and these look so good! I’m going to make some tomorrow for sure 🙂
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