No ImageQueen Elizabeth’s Drop Scones

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  1. Asoka Indrasoma

    Made them exactly to the recipe, and they were rather bland and a bit pasty… might improve with more butter, and maybe a little vanilla to give a bit of flavor… but then it wouldn’t be the Queen’s recipe anymore!

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  2. Kelly

    Favorite pancake recipe in general. In case others have food allergies… have a child with dairy and egg allergies. These were pretty decent with 1:1 replacement with unsweetened oat milk, olive oil, and Nemaste egg replacer (available on amazon). Looked good, texture and rise was pretty good, taste was a touch off (a touch bland rather than some weird flavor) which i think was more the missing dairy than eggs. Not a fan of vegan baking in general, but these were passable/better than most.

  3. Michelle

    I love this recipe and make it all the time!!!

    The only downside is that even when halving the recipe, it still makes too much if it’s just for me. How long does this batter last if you pop it in the fridge?

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  4. John

    Had these in the 60’s, as made in Dublin, Ireland. The batter was thicker than an American pancake batter. The drop scones were about the size of a dollar pancake and about 1/4″ thick. Much the same consistency of a pancake. Thank you for bringing a much loved blast from the past recipe to mind, cheers :D .

  5. tim

    I like these better than regular pancakes.

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