Tuesday, March 19, 2013


Who doesn't love a good scone right? I'm a Brit, so of course, I love my scones: the traditional round "biscuit" like classic scones containing currants served with clotted cream, jam and a pot of tea. Some of the best non-traditional scones I've tasted are from Alice's Tea Cup here in New York. Their Book is quite worth it if you're a fan of theirs, most of their well-known bakes are included.

These scones are adapted from the Alice's Tea Cup book. The recipe is actually called Banana Butterscotch Scones with butterscotch chips, but I opted for white chocolate chips instead. I preferred it this way.

Also, check out my Lavender Earl Grey Scones, another scone recipe I liked from the book.


  1. These look delicious! Can't wait to try out the recipe sometime. The cookbook sounds lovely. M x

  2. These look so good - what a way to jazz up the ordinary scone! I can never resist anything with white chocolate.


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