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Bakery Style Blueberry Scones

A few weeks ago I spent a weekend up in northern Wisconsin with family.  While I generally prefer bigger cities to small towns, there is something appealing about finding various fruits and veggies growing in the wild wherever you go.  There are several different forms of produce that you can find in northern Wisconsin depending on the season, and when I was there last time I got to pick a bunch of wild blueberries! (In all honesty, I knew that things like raspberries and rhubarb could be found in the woods of Wisconsin, but I did not know that there were also blueberries!)

While I am not a huge fan of eating blueberries plain, I am a big fan of them in baked goods! So, when I came back with a bunch of wild blueberries that I had picked I searched the internet for a baked goods recipe to use them in.  After some searching, I found this Bakery Style Blueberry Scones recipe from Pinch of Yum that sounded delicious!


The recipe was actually surprisingly easy! Sometimes I avoid making scones because recipes that I have made in the past involved blending the dry ingredients and the cold butter together by hand (or with a fork) but this one just says to use a regular mixer! I was afraid this was going to make them more dense, or somehow not the same, but they turned out just as good as other scone recipes that I’ve made!


Ease: A, easier than a normal scone recipe.
Taste: A, really tasty!

Would I make them again?  Yes, I think so! I may also substitute in a different kind of fruit instead of blueberries.

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