Sunday, August 23, 2015


Did you see the wonderful July/August issue of  "Tea Time Magazine"?  If so you have a copy of this recipe.  These are the Peanut Butter Scones from that issue.  I baked them recently and would suggest them for children.  You will find the recipe in the article about a doggy tea.

I did a quality control test on these scones but I had to eat three before I was sure how delicious they are! Ha!

The only change I made was substituting crunchy peanut butter instead of peanut butter morsels.  Here in our high altitude we always reduce baking power by 1/4 tsp per teaspoon.

I hope your weekend is lovely.  I will be taking a break from "Tea In The Garden" this week. I hope your summer is wonderful as it winds down.  Let's enjoy every day.


kitty@ Kitty's Kozy Kitchen said...

Enjoy your break, my friend! I do have a copy of that Tea Time magazine, and I loved your quality control comment about the scones...too funny, Bernideen!

Elizabeth said...

The peanut butter scones look wonderful !

Maiah Harrison said...

What a beautiful set up for tea and the food looks delicious. I hope that you have a great week!
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Marilyn Miller said...

The scones sound delicious!

Michele said...

Oh my word- peanut butter scones? I have never heard of them or ever tried them - but loooooove peanut butter!

I stopped getting Tea Time - I keep meaning to get it back again b/c every time I go to the store to buy a copy they're gone.

Thanks for the reminder. Hope you are enjoying your retirement, B - so sorry I have been absent. Life has been crazy busy and my computer time has been less than ever. I hope to catch up soon. I miss you ladies!!!!! Hugs! ♥

Lynn said...

These look delicious. I love your quality control method, too. Maybe you need to eat four just to be sure . . . :)

Jean | said...

Bernideen, those scones look wonnnnderful! I've never made peanut butter scones, and I'm going to have to remedy that this week!

A Brit in Tennessee said...

Hi Bernideen, the scone recipe sounds like a delicious treat, I should give them a try, yours look amazing.
I must comment on the Garden of the God's flowers, so exquisitely beautiful, I spent many an hour hiking those incredible trails and enjoying those vistas when we lived in Colorado Springs.
Thank you for sharing.