The Prepared Pantry

Frosted Cranberry Orange Scone Mix

SKU: Q56-1 ISBN:
$8.99

Learn how to make fabulous these cranberry orange scones that may taste better than those in a genuine English tea shop and definitely better than most coffeeshops!

There's a simple rule to fabulous scones: Start with rock hard butter. Then cut the butter into the flour mixture with a pastry knife without the butter melting. Little pieces of butter is what makes scones flakey. Start with hard butter, mix quickly, and put them in the oven.

Enjoy these gourmet scones--light, buttery, flakey, and very good. They are loaded with our best cranberries and topped with a creamy orange frosting. Just follow the easy instructions and you will have restaurant quality scones.

You'll find these cranberry orange scones perfect for breakfast, brunch, or that company lunch. There are plenty of tart cranberries in every bite.The cranberries and orange frosting matches tart against sweet perfectly.

Ingredients: Enriched wheat flour (wheat flour, niacin, iron, thiamin mononitrate, riboflavin, and folic acid), cranberries (dried cranberries), powdered sugar (sugar, cornstarch), sugar, buttermilk powder, meringue powder (egg whites, vanilla and sugar), dry milk, natural and artificial flavoring, baking powder, baking soda, and salt. This product contains wheat, dairy products, and eggs and may contain traces of soy, tree nuts, or peanuts.

Customer Reviews

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Sheila J.
Guests loved these!!

Easy to make, and wildly popular!

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Portia
Good stuff

All the scone mixes are simple to prepare and offer a good breakfast treat.

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Linda Brown
All the right flavors

Lots of cranberries and there’s a bit of an orange flavor to the icing. Very good! Will definitely purchase again.

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CE
Best Scones Ever!

The Prepared Pantry cranberry orange scone mix makes the best scones - and so easy to make!

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Linda Christensen
First Time

In my 70 years, I have never made scones before. You have to knead the dough on the counter. With no pastry knife I improvised with my mixer and whisk. It worked! My husband loves them, I feel accomplished, but cookies are easier.