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Cheese/Bacon Scones and they're vegan!

Sunday, November 24, 2013

At my last job I used to cook and I loved to make all types of scones, sweet and savory. People are always impressed by them. Must be that teatime panache they have? I've seen recipes for vegan scones and have tried a few, but it's not one of those things I make very often. Hey, I'd just eat them, right?

Then I saw this recipe for "Cheddar-Bacon" scones and the author was so seductive with her description that I had to try them, and oh, baby!
Here's the book:

Sarah Matheny has written 2 totally charming vegan cookbooks. She sounds like the kind of person you'd want to spend time with. She writes in a conversational style about her adventures as a wife/mom with 2 little girls. She created these after waxing nostalgic for McDonald's bacon and cheese biscuits, so it's not the most elegant origin story but there you are!

Behold! They're made with spelt flour, Daiya cheddar and tempeh bacon.

I served these gems with a vegetable-tofu scrmable. Classic Breakfast.

And the scones were great with soup too.

I'll be making these again!

Member Comments About This Blog Post:
BEAUTIFUL_REINA 12/3/2013 2:36PM

    YAY for your food blogs, Eydie. I really enjoy them!
One of my goals this new year is going to be to start incorporating more raw foods in my diet so maybe I'll make some food blogs too.

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ICANINSIGHT 11/25/2013 9:06AM

    Yum! Looks and sounds wonderfully delicious!

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PAMNANGEL 11/25/2013 12:46AM

    Looks good!

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DEVONA8 11/24/2013 9:17PM

    Thanks for sharing with pictures and all, that looks really good. I'm not much of a cook so it's good to see new recipes for more great ideas. emoticon

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