Friday, January 21, 2005

 Posted by Hello


I've made bacon, egg and cheddar scones twice now. They were so easy to make!I have made scones from scratch using this recipe and also using Bisquik. I think I actually got this method from an episode of Rachael Ray. And honestly both recipes tasted and felt the same. I don't have any problem getting help with baking. I figured Bisquik is just measured dried ingredients. I am sure you can use tons of other ingredients for variety. Like spinach and cheese, pepper and cheese. Below is my recipe for the Bisquik scones. Hope you enjoy!

Faked out Scones
2.25 cups of bisquik
2 1/3 cup of milk
1 egg scrambled
3 pieces of bacon cooked
1 cup of cheddar shredded

Form into balls or blobs. The dough will be sticky. It is ok. Bake between 8 to 10 minutes at 450. You can also reheat in the microwave for 30 seconds. They also freeze well. If they are frozen try reheating for a minute in the microwave. I would start low instead of high.

11 comments:

Shannon said...

Now that's a scone my hubby would love!

foodiechickie said...

Happy to have helped:)

Anonymous said...

Those sound perfect for a yummy Saturday morning
Cheers,
Shelagh
http://www.livejournal.com/users/blueberrymoon

Giao said...

Mmmm, tasty, savory "scawns!"

Jes said...

Oh yum-yum!! Can't wait to try them! (I LOVE using bisquick)...hey, I'm a busy girl!

foodiechickie said...

Thanks you guys! :)

Anonymous said...

Ani,
For years my mother and grandmother had sworn by bisquik. But my brother once pointed out the ingredients which contain aluminun biproducts. Aluminum is known to contribute to the development of alzheimers.
Just passing along the caution. Bizquik is awesome for everything, but try to go easy on how much you use. A good substitute is flower ground from a winter wheat.
TK

niel said...

Umm thanks. I used it during the holidays. We aren't frequent users of it or white flour in general. Please leave a link to your blog so I know you are and maybe a link to a article from a scientific magazine to back up your brother's claim.

Anonymous said...

Oops that was me. Don't know why it still signing in under my husband's name. Ani

Anonymous said...

1. TK (anonymous)= Ted
2. I have no "BLOG" link
3. My brother has a Ph.D in Psychology

foodiechickie said...

I didn't know you read blogs. A little birdie said you didn't. Huh. Yeah I know Chris has a degree in Pyschology didn't know he knew about nutrition as well. I'll have to research on that flour.