There is something comforting about those traditional flavors that we know so well but never get old. One of our family favorite activities is to simply sit around the table and have dinner together. It is a great time to hang out, talking about the day while having a good meal. Today I am sharing with you my friends one of our family favorite recipes.
Old Fashion Grandma Scone Recipe
These are also known as Utah Scones or Pioneer Scones.
The dough is made in about 10 minutes and after just 8 minutes of rest they are ready to be cut and fried!
We like to eat them with Honey Butter. Just mix an equal amount of honey and butter together
and spread on the hot scones. I love making these for Thanksgiving Dinner or when we have our Pork Roast.. So yummy!
Here is our Scone Recipe
- ½ Cup Warm Water
- ½ tsp Sugar
- 2 Tbs Yeast
- 1½ Cups Warm Milk
- 2 Tbs Vegetable Oil
- 3 tsp Sugar
- ¼ Cup Water
- 2 tsp salt
- 4 to 5 Cups of Flour
- Dissolve sugar and yeast in warm water and set aside.
- Add oil, sugar, yeast mixture, and ¼ cup water to scalded milk.
- Mix flour and salt together. Add enough flour to make a soft dough and let sit for 5 minutes.
- Knead lightly again and roll to about an inch thick on floured board. Let it sit for 3 to 5 minutes.
- Cut into triangles and fry in hot oil turning once.
Now when I am in a hurry and I need a quick dinner I open a can of our favorite chilli,
I warm it up, put it on top of the scones, ad some sour cream, green onions and cheese,
and there I have quick delicious Navajo Tacos.
Do you want a bite?
I love to eat and I love good food.
For more delicious warm recipes check out our
Slow Cooker Chili Rubbed Pork Roast
For dessert make these quick lemon bars using a cake mix.
If you are a soup lover try one of these 10 Delicious Homemade Soups.
Thank you for stopping by today.
Have a delicious day friends!
Hi there! My husband met you on his LDS mission in Madrid, Spain … he’s talked about you often, and when he found this recipe and I tried it, I had a little taste of why he talked about you so fondly 🙂 These are divine and our 4 boys gobble them up (well, 5, Jory can’t help himself either) faster than I can fry them up!!! Thank you for a great recipe, oh, and Jory says “HOLA!!”
This world is SO SMALL!
I remember Elder Kimball with so much “cariño”.
He was an amazing missionary and a great friend to me.
I’m so glad you took the time to stop by and let me know who you are. Knowing him I’m sure he chose an EXTRAORDINARY woman to be his wife.
Stay in touch and tell Jory Hermana Martín says Hi!
I made your scone recipe this morning for breakfast. I was a bit skeptical because I have always used recipes that require a lengthy rising time. We wanted scones for our breakfast meal but I didn’t have time for letting the dough rise. I remembered that I pinned this recipe a few weeks ago and decided I would give it a try. These are the best! This will be my go to recipe from now on! Such a quick process and they puffed up and made such a light and delicious scone. Thank you for sharing!
Yay!!! I am glad you liked them… Now I am hungry! 🙂