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Sunday, April 10, 2011

Baked Sunday Mornings: Carrot Coconut Scones

Hello, my name is Tracy, and I swore I wouldn't like these scones.  And since we're being honest, I actually LOVED these scones.  You see, I'm not a huge coconut fan.  I just can't get on that bandwagon.  But I was surprisingly proved wrong with these.  I opted not to make the glaze, and they were still sweet enough for me.  Delish!




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12 comments:

Bourbonnatrix said...

they look great! good job!

Elaine said...

What a cute photo! I am so glad you liked these!

Candy Girl said...

Glad you liked these! I thought they were great.

mike509 said...

What beautiful scones! Very happy that these were a hit with you - they are now my favorites! Even with carrots! :)

Rebecca said...

I am also a coconut hater, so I didn't make them. I made a previous recipe though! Yours look really pretty and I'm glad you enjoyed them.

Christina said...

I like your colorful photo and your scone looks perfect! I'm so glad you ended up liking these. They might be my new favorite.

Kris' Kitchen said...

Yes, I was sure I would not like these...haven't met scones that are worth eating...but, I was surprised...totally good and I'll make them again.

Jaime said...

I too didn't think I would like these... but they were good! Great photos.

Bri said...

I completely agree with you about the glaze; I ate mine without it, and loved them all the same! I'm jealous of everybody's perfect triangles! Mine were blobs. Tasty blobs, but still blobs!

autumn said...

I'm glad you ended up liking them. I also considered not glazing mine. I think they might be nice with some coarse sugar sprinkled on top as well. They look great and your plate is pretty cute too :)

DessertByCandy said...

The craggy crust is the best!

Seattle Pastry Girl said...

Beautiful and I love your colors in the photo-they lend an old fashioned all american feel to it, very comforting and quite stunning

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