A working mother’s dream…simply add egg, butter and milk to this mix and everyone will think you were in the kitchen for hours! Perfect for breakfast, afternoon tea or as a dinnertime bread alternative…no matter when you serve them, they will be a popular choice! Best when served warm with butter and/or your favorite Dalby Farm Preserve or Apple Butter.
The scones made from this Apple Cinnamon Scone Mix are a perfect breakfast item. Pair them with a bowl of fresh fruit or some hot oatmeal, and you are on your way to having a great day!
This Apple cinnamon scone mix is perfect for anyone that enjoys freshly baked treats but does not have a lot of time. The ingredients needed to make them are pantry staples so they could be whipped up at any time.
Years ago scones began as a Scottish quick bread. Originally they were made with oats and prepared on the griddle. Today’s version, however, is more often made with flour and baked in the oven. Some say the word “Skone” originated from the Dutch word ‘schoonbrot’, which means beautiful bread, while others argue it comes from Stone of Destiny, where the Kings of Scotland were crowned. Scones originated in Scotland in the early 1500s as stated by Webster’s Dictionary..
Scones became popular in England when when Anna, the Duchess of Bedford (1788 – 1861), ordered the servants, one afternoon, to serve tea with some type of sweet bread, which included some scones. Never having had them before, she was delighted by them and began requesting them every afternoon with her tea. Today this English tradition or ‘Afternoon Tea Time’, which is at exactly at 4:00 p.m., is still practiced. Scones continue to be served with the traditional clotted cream topping in Britain.
Ingredients in the Apple cinnamon scone mix: Enriched bleached wheat flour, malted barley flour, apples, baking powder, sugar, cinnamon, salt. Net weight 10 oz.
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