First, I dissolved the yeast into 1 C of warm water.
Once it was bubbly I added it to the scone mix in my Bosch.
I kneaded for a few minutes until the dough was soft and elastic. Then I let it rest for 20 minutes per the instructions on the box.
Once it was rested I rolled it out to 1/4" thick....
Cut it into squares (you could use cookie cutters or cut different shapes) and fried them in a skillet.
It only took about 20 seconds on each side for the scones to be done.
All browned and ready to eat!!
We added powdered sugar and some of Honeyville's Bumbleberry jelly and they tasted just like a jelly doughnut. We loved them!! I am wondering if they could be used in a savory dish as well...hmmm the possibilities!!
Since we woke up to our furnace not turning on and it was 59° in my house, we also had some of Honeyville's Marshmallow Motherlode hot chocolate with our scones.
My kids were in sugar heaven and they actually sat through conference taking notes and listening. I don't know if it was the scones and hot chocolate that helped with that, but I will give them some of the credit for my children's good behavior.
Both of these products are available at the Honeyville Retail locations and they would make neighbor gifts, work friend gifts, friends and family member gifts, and they would also make really great gift baskets too!!
*Update: I made hamburger buns out of the scone mix tonight for our sloppy joes. I made the recipe according to the box and then instead of shaping into scones, I made small round rolls and then let them rise for about 20 minutes and then baked them at 350° for about 18 minutes. It made about 12 hamburger type buns.