Thursday, March 6, 2008


So this is just a tip, not really a recipe. We love scones. For those of you who do too, but don't know how to go about making them, here's a super easy way:

Buy a package of Rhode's rolls. Thaw as many as you want. One roll equals one scone. Once they are soft and pliable (about an hour-ish to thaw), stretch them out to about fist size, you don't want to stretch them to the point of making holes.
Heat oil (med. heat) in a skillet, about as much oil to fill the entire bottom of skillet. Place stretched dough into hot oil carefully. Once dough is golden on bottom and fluffy/bubbly, flip gently over and do the other side. Tadaa!
So good and easy.


Tiffany Fackrell said...

oh man this makes me want scones right now SOOO BAD!!!!

CAMI said...

What do you put atop your scones?

Samantha said...

I think butter and cinnamon is the yummiest, but maybe tied with butter and homemade jam.