Cranberry Orange Scones
Total TimePrep: 20 min. Bake: 15 min.
Recipe was super easy to follow and results were exactly as described. I did not use a glaze or sugar on top. If I make these again I will add a little mor sugar to the dry mix. I would also enjoy a little extra orange zest, but that is my taste. This recipe is a keeper!
Easy and fast. I just whipped these together this morning for my hubby. They came out perfect! No substitutions. Made exactly as written. Made the glaze too but not the butter.
Delicious! I made the glaze, but not the butter. Followed directions for scones exactly.
These came out great and my family loved them! The only problem I had was not enough orange flavor, but maybe my oranges were too sweet.
Wow! The scones were delicious, the recipe easy to follow. One thing I did different was befor baking, I put the dough in the refrigerator for 10 minutes, than cut into slices and baked. The scones came out perfect. Loved the taste of orange and cranberry.
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I love the flavor of these but the dough was very wet and they didn’t rise very well the first time I made them. The next time I added a little more flour and they did better.
I chose this recipe for a Quick Breads class my chef husband will be teaching for our culinary classes through our county rec. center. Before we present the classes, we always try to do a test run. Needless to say this recipe was such a hit! I always had in my mind scones were hard to make but after trying these I know better! The cranberry orange flavor hit the palate so nicely! I am for certain, this recipe is going to be a hit with our students on Saturday! I love Taste of Home recipes! My favorite go to site for recipe research!
I used fresh squeezed orange juice and swapped the half-and-half for buttermilk. I also used sugar sprinkles instead of granulated sugar. They came out amazing! This is my new go to recipe
I think the flour amount is incorrect. It is too wet using 2 cups.