honey nut scones {bwd}

This week's Baking with Dorie assignment was one that I looked forward to. I haven't made scones in about a decade, and I was hoping that this recipe would be a keeper.
It is.

There is a rustic, homey quality to this scone, with its whole wheat, honey and walnuts. The texture is slightly fluffy, the exterior, crisp, with a buttery crumb.

Butter and cream are a must.

Covering the butter with flour, and, using fingertips,
rubbing it into the flour mixture.

Making a round, dividing it into six pieces.

My friend, The Diva, was over, and we ate some warm out of the oven, with some (more) butter and jam. Too bad there wasn't any clotted cream in the house...

For the recipe, hop on over to Tina's blog, My Domestic Bliss. All my other baking pals have their scones posted here.


  1. I made these this week, too, and they came out wonderful. Love the photo of yours with jam and butter. Mmmm... makes me want some more!

  2. I like the tutorial! Although I didn't try mine with jam (trying to stay away from anything sweet, believe it or not), I'm sure they'd be wonderful with just about any kind.
    Thanks for baking with us this week!

  3. They look delicious! And whole wheat, no less! :-)

  4. What a great job, you have done. I love the photos and the tutorial.


  5. wow! now, these look delish! i look forward to trying these out!

  6. I am glad you loved this recipe. I do too!! can't argue with the rest about your photo with the butter and jam. Simply lovely!!

  7. This looks DELICIOUS. I love scones and will definitely be trying this in the future.


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