18 responses

  1. Cheryl F.
    February 23, 2013

    Hey, I like both scones and boy bands!

  2. CarrieM
    February 23, 2013

    Julie where did you get the paste?

    • Julie
      February 24, 2013

      Carrie – I get mine at the Cookbook Company, but it’s fairly easy to find – in fact I’ve seen it often in the baking section at HomeSense and Winners!

  3. Carol S-B
    February 24, 2013

    Carrie, I wanted to ask the same thing.
    Ha ha! Oh, how you make my day with your writing, Julie. “a spread of all-you-can-eat beige in the morning…” that’s EXACTLY how I feel about those “included” hotel breakfasts. I try to eat real at them and it’s darned near hopeless.
    Sometimes they have *very* hard-boiled eggs. I want the protein, but… oh, my.
    Usually, for me, it’s a piece of w/wheat tost, little peanut butter, and an orange if they have them. I am grateful for the food: I realize it’s not easy to please everyone, keep it stocked, clean, and moving along.
    But I so much prefer *your* all- you- can- eat idea! especially so beautifully accessorized with drizzled icing.

  4. stacey snacks
    February 24, 2013

    Julie,
    Just made these, using Dannon lowfat yogurt.
    They came out light and gorgeous! Best scones we ever ate, hands down.
    I added lemon zest to the mix, and lemon juice to the vanilla icing!

    Fantastic!
    Stacey Snacks

  5. Cory Lievers
    February 24, 2013

    *drool*

  6. Cheryl
    February 25, 2013

    So what’s the difference between a biscuit and a scone? Richer, more sugar? I just made my stand-by baking powder biscuits and realized how similar the recipe is to this.

    • Julie
      February 25, 2013

      Yep, they’re pretty similar, and you nailed it – scones are typically made with an egg and more sugar. A little richer, sweeter and denser than a biscuit.

  7. Annie
    February 26, 2013

    Williams Sonoma also carries the vanilla bean paste.

  8. LeanneS
    February 26, 2013

    I really enjoy your writing Julie. And you do inspire me to cook and bake more than just the same old standbys. Keep up the great job.

  9. Amanda @ Once Upon a Recipe
    February 28, 2013

    How did I not know that you’re a fellow Alberta gal? (I’m from Edmonton)
    PS. These look fabulous. Nothing beats a good scone, in my opinion.

  10. Laura
    March 1, 2013

    Love these. Starbucks has mini ones and every time I see them I am so sad because of course they sound wonderful but old scones are, well, old scones. So clearly I should just make these next time the craving hits!

  11. Marjie
    March 2, 2013

    Plz put me in ur email list. Wow. What fab recipes! Live the stories. Thx!!

  12. catherine
    March 3, 2013

    just made these on this snowy Calgary morning, husband declared them “awesome”!

  13. Kate
    March 5, 2013

    Oh, my!
    I’ve been looking for a Starbucks knock-off. I have wandered from following your blog of late… thanks for the open-arms welcome back with this recipe :)
    I must have been experiencing amnesia to have stayed away so long. You are hereby bookmarked!

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  16. Lori
    November 22, 2014

    Was I the only one where the dough was sooooo sticky that I couldn’t pat it, let alone cut it? Maybe 3 cups of flour? Help!!

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