Gluten Free Scones

Oct 24, 2013 by

  Are you one of millions of Americans who are challenged to live a gluten free existence?   If so, this article will help you discover how to make delicious gluten free scones.  There are many gluten free afternoon tea adaptations for a variety of favorite foods.  In this article I have included two of my favorite scone recipes.  The first is from King Arthur Flour and includes a recipe for creating your own multi-purpose gluten free baking mix.  The second comes from an extensive source of gluten free recipes… GlutenFreeGirl.com     King Arthur Flour ‘s   Gluten-Free Scones These moist scones have delicately crunchy, golden-brown tops. We like to add dried fruit to these, but leave it out if you prefer. *Note: thanks to some of your comments below, we’ve adjusted the...

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Our First Recipe Booklet Has Arrived~...

Nov 17, 2011 by

Finally! The Tea Party Girl (TM) Scones and Spreads recipe booklet is here. This recipe booklet contains 42 outstanding recipes and can be printed out on your own computer. You will love adding this booklet to your collection or buying and sharing them as gifts. Get all the details at http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/ Remember each recipe book you purchase helps support Tea Party Girl’s blog to keep it running. (so every order counts!) Share this link with your friends, family and anyone else you think would love our booklet. Super cute and Fantastically yummy! Don’t wait! Order now! http://teapartygirl.com/scones_spreads_recipe_book/          ...

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Break and Bake Scones? Walmart’s latest innovation...

Oct 3, 2011 by

    Tea Party Girl makes every effort to test new afternoon tea foods.  Today’s review features Barista Break and Bake Scones now available in three flavors at Super Walmart.  Break and Bake scones are located next to Nestle cookie dough products in the refrigerator section. Break and Bake scones sell for around $2.50 and make eight  3 inch by 2 inch mini scones.  Scones come in chocolate chip, blueberry and almond flavors and take around 20 minutes to bake. Here’s what I thought.  First off, I love the idea.  It is a fantastic option for a busy woman looking to offer a “fresh” afternoon tea experience without all the effort. Unfortunately I wasn’t enchanted.   This may be an ok option in a pinch but be sure to let the scones cool before serving. When...

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