If you like scones we have oodles of scone recipes. Here’s one to get you started. Orange Hazelnut Sourdough Scones

 

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  1. Jamie @ Love Bakes Good Cakes says

    I love scones but have only made them myself a handful of times! I'm pinning this to try – I have also Buffered this to share on Facebook! Thanks so much for linking up to All My Bloggy Friends this week – I hope you have a great weekend!

    • LNLVNDR says

      Hi Jamie~ Thanks so much for stopping by today~ I always enjoy your visits:) Thanks for the shout outs and hope you have a Great Weekend also. See you next time:)

    • LNLVNDR says

      Hi~ Once I made these yummy scones, I was glad I did~ I love banana bread but sometimes don't want to make a loaf of banana bread….these scones are fast, easy and oh so good~

  2. SallyBR says

    Absolutely great post! I think banana is perfect for scones, giving it moisture and avoiding that excessive dry texture, so common in scones. And of course, chocolate chips are more than welcome!

    I am pinning this recipe right away….

  3. Melissa says

    These scones sound absolutely perfect!! I have a few ripe bananas in my freezer right now waiting to be used. I'll have to use them in this recipe. Great pick this month 🙂

    • LNLVNDR says

      Hi Cindy! I am officially going on a diet this January!! I can't put it off any longer….but until then I'm going to enjoy every bite!! haha Can't wait for Halloween…..r u doing anything special???

  4. Amelia says

    Hi Lynn, your scones look delightful. I love scones too and it sure taste heavenly with coffee. Thanks for sharing your recipe.

    Have a nice day.

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