How do you get that perfect scone when baking from scratch isn't your thing? When after years of raising kids, you are more suited to Sandra Lee's methods than Martha's.
Of course, there are some tips I've gathered over the years and even a couple of tricks too. What better way to share these and help you create the best scone ever, than a quick video? So pull up to your kitchen island, put the kettle on and sip back with my 6 part series on "In the kitchen-Scone Making"
Please do let me know what your favorite scone flavor is, which tip help you out and if you still have a question, post below. I just adore all your feedback :)