Auntie Mabel's Frosted Cinnamon Bun Scone Mix
Learn how to make fabulous these cinnamon bun 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--like in the picture below. Little pieces of butter is what makes scones flakey. Start with hard butter, mix quickly, and put them in the oven.
Look what others are saying about our scones!
"I was in England few years ago and had never had a scone. My daughter took me to a little tea shop that she said served the best. NOT SO!! These scones are the best!"--Linda Ward
"Amazing....I've ordered many times. These are such a treat and not difficult to make. Makes you feel like a real baker, since your scones are better than most tea shops."--Carol Minotta
"I'm opening my own bake shop and have been testing many professional mixes over many months. I have found that I (and my family) like the Prepared Pantry mixes much better (and are easier) than any others I've tried - including King Arthur. All of the Prepared Pantry mixes are good but this is one of the best scones I have ever eaten. My family is sick of seeing scones but keep asking for more of these!"--Linda Chahine
"How can we make them even better," we asked. We can make them higher and lighter, we said. We can add more cinnamon chips. We can make it richer with a little sour cream. We can drizzle it with a velvety, rich icing.
Give them a try. We guarantee--money back--that you'll love them. Just read the reviews.
"Wow...are these good! Easy to make and delicious!"--Debbie E.
"These are my absolute favorite scones!! They are so easy to make and just melt in your mouth. Warning - very addictive!"--Lucy West