Mix well all the ingredients. I put ice in a gallon thermos then add water and all the ingredients.
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Scones conjure up thoughts of dry, flavorless blobs of cooked dough.
An experience that leaves you searching for a liquid solution to the parched palette.
But this recipe, I can assure you, is everything delicious!!! Made with butter and buttermilk these scrumptious scones are a wonderful addition to any meal! We love to have them for Breakfast. I serve Greek yogurt, granola and Strawberries and blueberries with the scones!
And of course steaming hot cups of coffee.
Mix all the dry ingredients with the butter. I mix in my stand mixer with the whisk attachment until well mixed. At this point I switch attachments to the flat beater. Then pour in the cold water slowly until it's of the right consistency.
At this point I may divide the dough. to do half chocolate chip and have cranberry, white chocolate chip. Often, I double the recipe.
Once it is in a ball shape I add 1/2 c of dried Cranberries and 1/2 c of white chocolate chips and mix that well.(I usually use my hands, but you can use the mixer gently) If the dough feels sticky add a bit of flour and mix with your hands.
I use a pizza stone to cook my scones.
Form the scones into rounds about 4 in round and 1 inch high. Sprinkle with raw sugar.
I use a metal straight scoop to cut them into quarters.
If you make a 6" round cut into 6ths.
Bake for 12-14 minutes. Looking for a golden brown.
Remove from oven and let cool. Store in an air tight container. But they don't usually last that long here.
They freeze well.
Gently mix in the cranberries and white chocolate chips.
Separate the dough into three sections. Pat each section into a flat circle. I use a pizza stone for these scones. Sprinkle with raw sugar, Divide each section into 4ths. Separate so they are not touching.
Bake in a preheated oven to 400° for about 15 minutes. Ovens are all different. Yours may need a little longer, or a little less.
Let the scrumptious scones cook slightly before moving them to a serving platter.
Fix a nice cup of coffee, invite a friend over and enjoy!
Stir sour cream, softened cream cheese, and maple syrup together. Set aside.
In a sauce pan cook onions, garlic or garlic powder, and other toppings until onions are translucent. (If you're adding any meats cook them separately. You can cook peppers, mushrooms, onions, garlic all together.)
Stir eggs and milk together. Pour into pan. Cook over medium heat. Continually stirring. Sprinkle with salt and pepper. Set aside.
Place 3 tortilla's on a cookie sheet. Place in a Preheated 350 degree oven just long enough to heat through. Flip once. About 3 minutes.
Spread sour cream mixture on each tortilla.
Add some scrambled egg on each tortilla.
Add toppings. (Peppers, meats, etc)
Sprinkle Shredded Cheese on each tortilla.
Bake in a preheated oven to 350 degrees for 10-15 minutes.
Slice as you would a pizza and enjoy!!!
Let pastry sheets thaw a bit. Roll out one sheet a few times on a lightly floured surface. Cut into squares. Grease cookie sheet.
Fill each square with a spoonful of Preserves (recipe below). Place the preserves diagonal on center. Fold corner to corner, Seal with the edges of a fork. Brush with egg. Top with Raw sugar.
In a heavy saucepan place some butter heat slowly. Pour in a few Tablespoons of water. Then pour in rinsed raspberries . Add maple syrup, brown sugar or white sugar to taste. Stir continually until liquid. Add 3 Tablespoons of cornstarch to the mixture. Stir well. Use for Turnovers, as a topping on ice cream or over pound cake. Also wonderful with whipped cream.
Preheat oven to 350.
Combine flour, oats, baking soda and cinnamon in a bowl set aside.
In mixer with paddle attachment mix together, butter, sugars and vanilla.
Add pumpkin puree.
Slowly add dry ingredients just until mixed scraping sides.
Add chocolate chips.
Place by rounded spoonful on baking sheet.
Bake for 10-11 minutes or until you say oops there's something in the oven!
Best served with large amounts of coffee.
Grease 9 x 13 pan (will make two batches. I usually make one and make the other into a loaf)
Preheat oven to 350
Dissolve shortening in the 6 cups of hot water. Set aside. Water should be around 130 degrees.
In a separate bowl, mix 6 cups of flour, 6 tbs sugar, pinch of salt, 4 1/2 tsps of yeast together.
Pour hot liquid over mixture, stirring until mixed. Add additional flour until pulls away from sides of bowl. Pour onto a floured surface, kneading for at least 10 minutes.
Form into a round ball. Cover with greased waxed paper or parchment paper and a towel. Let rise for 10 mins.
At this point I divide the ball in half. I set one half aside for a loaf of bread. It will make 2 batches or one batch of buns and one loaf of bread.
Take the ball and Roll out the half into a long rectangle. Melt butter. Brush butter onto dough. Liberally sprinkle sugar and cinnamon on dough. Begin to roll long side being sure to brush butter and sprinkle sugar as you roll.
Place buns, edges touching, in 9 x 13 pan. Let rise for 20 mins.
Bake for 20 minutes or until cooked through.
Mix Confectioner's sugar with a splash of milk. Mix until desired consistency. Spread on each bun.