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Raspberry White Chocolate Scones – Food Wishes ctm magazine

Raspberry white chocolate scones don’t sound like something I’d order in a bakery. But if the baker explained that it wasn’t going to be too sweet, and that the raspberries had been freshly dried, and the white chocolate grated and used like butter, then yes, I would order this scone. Enjoy!

For the fully formatted, printable, written recipe, follow this link: https://www.allrecipes.com/recipe/8351935/raspberry-white-chocolate-scones/

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  • Tomass Cully on February 24, 2022

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  • Riley Smith on February 24, 2022

    Sconehenge… omfg… 😂😂😂😂

  • Susan Devoe on February 24, 2022

    My Scottish grandmother always made scones…and she, like everyone else in the U.K. (where they originate), always pronounced them as scawns, not scoans the way they do in the U.S. (where they do NOT originate), for some weird reason. For someone growing up hearing them being properly called scawns, hearing the word scoans is like nails on a blackboard!! It's like you in the U.S. having a burger introduced to the U.K. & having them call it a booger over there — made from hambooger. See what I mean?? And as they say in the land of the cuppa, NO, it is NOT a scoan, it's a scawn — okay????

  • Jac Shank on February 24, 2022


  • JSquidy on February 24, 2022

    4 hours at 225 scorched my raspberries, so beware anyone making this: keep an eye on them and pull em when they look like John's here

  • Venugopal Chary on February 25, 2022

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  • Brigida Flores on February 25, 2022

    Mmm 🙏 ✋

  • teresa sanhueza on February 25, 2022

    Puede ser en español

  • L1623VP on February 25, 2022

    "If I didn't tell you there was white chocolate in these, you'd never know." That means you can't taste the white chocolate at all. So, what's the point of the recipe? It's a regular scone with raspberries. Just use all butter. Don't buy white chocolate, and save the money.

  • Kim Narveson on February 25, 2022


  • Susie on February 25, 2022

    Scone henge!!!!! Lol
    I will be making this

  • Peabarter _ on February 25, 2022

    I baked the raspberries as this video suggested and they were way over cooked.

  • Dalin Suy on February 26, 2022

    Can I use wheat flour instead of white?

  • Tuppy Brill on February 26, 2022

    If you want to increase the rise on your scones sift the flour several times, at least three and maybe up to seven

  • Joan Halcomb on February 26, 2022

    Clotted cream?

  • Alexis Lopez on February 28, 2022


  • Kris R on March 1, 2022

    I love the 'optional… but also mandatory'…

  • Earl Kriewall on March 3, 2022

    And if you accidently drop them on your pants, you could have scone-washed jeans…

  • loyal and faithful on March 3, 2022

    sorry to tell you . . . . but white chocolate is sacrilege . . . . 🤨

  • Kitchen With Rania on March 4, 2022

    delicious recipe

  • Linda Zardo on March 6, 2022

    OMG So good. I added some extra white chocolate in the middle with the berries. Wow.

  • AzulComoQuería on March 11, 2022

    One must never dismiss the majestic formations at Yellowscone National Park!

    Always remember Leon Russel's grand 60's hit "Roll Away the Scone!"

    My family always pronounced it "scohn (rhyming with "John," which gives way for a bunch more silly references!)," They're from England and Australia.

    I have been told, though, that there are some peoples on the UK who do say it rhyming with "bone," as do most people from the USA.

    It's hard for me to say it the USA way,, as I have said it the other way all my life. However, if I use it in a bakery in the USA, I am often looked at with perplexity, like, "huhh?"

    No matter, these look yummy, and yes, I would add a few, not too many white chocolate chips for the satisfaction of name-taste match. Cannot wait to make them! Thank you!

    I don't feel pressured, just completely free and obligated. (Your dry comments crack me up.)

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