Scones for Mother's Day
Traditionally Scottish (but now famous worldwide), scones are a delectable quick bead that comes in assorted shapes – round, triangular or square. We’ll enjoy a variety of easy recipes highlighting dried fruits such as cherries, cranberries, or blueberries. Look for a delectable assortment of recipes to include:Lemon Cream Scones and the traditional Currant Scone, too. Scones are best served warm from the oven with wonderful lemon curd and traditional Devonshire cream or whipped cream for tea. We will make a White Chocolate Spread in class. Or serve them with butter, flavored cream cheese, honey or jam for breakfast. Plus, scones can be frozen and reheated!
Plan to take home an assortment.
Plan to give instructor $11 at class for consumables and supplies.
Min. 6/Max. 18
LAUREL SEVERSON is a home economist with over 17 years of experience in commercial food service, recipe testing and editing. She lived in England for several years, is an avid cookbook collector and is in high demand teaching Community Education classes for a variety of metro area schools.