Easy Scottish Cheese Scones Recipe

Make Scottish cheese scones from this tried and true recipe, which has been passed down from mother to daughter.

Winter 2012/2013

  • While they don't keep well for long, these scones are a delightful treat!
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Scones originated in Scotland where they are pronounced “skahns,” which rhymes with “John.” These cheese scones are Jane’s mother's recipe. Her mother lived during World War II. Enjoy a taste of Scotland!

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