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Butter Brickle Scone MixButter Brickle Scone MixButter Brickle scones? Definitely something a little out of the ordinary. Delightfully so. The mix supplies brown sugar and Heath Almond Brickle Chips . . . you can feel that warm, crunchy bite in your mouth right now, can't you? Just add butter and buttermilk, as usual. Butter Brickle scones as an afternoon snack with a cup of tea---what a wonderful pick-me-up!
Gingerbread Scones MixGingerbread Scones MixSharp, strong, dark gingerbread. Add molasses to the mix (per instructions on the bag) as well as butter and buttermilk, and if the aroma of these scones baking doesn't transport you back to childhood memories of Autumn or the Holidays, the taste will!
Indian Chai Scones MixIndian Chai Scones MixA collaboration between Debbie, creator of our scone mixes, and Danielle, another Tea Lady, brought about this delectably tasteful collaboration of scone mix with actual black tea and Indian chai spices. The scone by itself is wondrous, but try the shortcake idea from Original Recipe and have an Indian Chai scone with peaches or strawberries . . .
Lemon Poppyseed Scones MixLemon Poppyseed Scones Mix***TEMPORARILY OUT OF STOCK***
   It's time, lemon poppyseed muffins, to make way for the Lemon Poppyseed scone. Lightly sweet, with the tart of fresh lemons, because you add a touch of lemon juice to the mix as well as the usual butter and buttermilk. Surpass sublime on your tastebuds with the lemon glaze to brush onto freshly-baked scones right out of the oven.
Original Oatmeal Scone MixOriginal Oatmeal Scone MixOriginal Oatmeal Scone Mix makes a terrific breakfast scone. Mix comes with the dark brown and white sugar, you add only the usual chilled butter and buttermilk. But don't stop with breakfast. You can use Original Oatmeal Scone Mix as a base the same as Original Recipe. Make great snacks and desserts.
Original Recipe Scone MixOriginal Recipe Scone MixBasic and versatile---but never plain. Use the Original Recipe Scone Mix as a base for so many varieties we can't even name them all: currants, cinnamon, blueberries, cranberries . . . Bake as-is, topped with cinnamon sugar. Top after baked with butter or jam. Use as shortcake with in-season fruits like strawberries or peaches. Just enjoy!
Pumpkin Spice Scones MixPumpkin Spice Scones MixPumpkin pie, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin bread, pumpkin cookies . . . and now: pumpkin scones. This perennial favorite is available year 'round, even if it does make you think of cold autumn days and mugs of hot cider!
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