Dark Chocolate Cranberry Scones

I had some Mother’s Day baking fun with my granddaughters.  We decided to try our hand at a new treat, scones!  I will admit I have never made scones before, but was shocked at how easy they were to make, and how delicious they were!

We followed the recipe from domesticallyblissful.com, and would highly recommend it.



- 4 cups cranberries

- 2 tsp baking powder

- 3/4 cup dark chocolate chips

- 2 3/4 cup flour

- 1/2 cup French vanilla creamer

- 1 pinch salt

- 1/4 cup sugar

- 1 stick COLD butter (helps to make scones flaky)

- 1/2 cup half & half


- 1 cup powdered sugar

- 2 Tbsp milk

- splash of vanilla


Use the mixer to combine the ingredients.  Be careful not to over mix, the dough will become tough.  When shaping the scones, it will be dry and crumbly- thats OK! Work loose material into the dough.

These were a huge hit, my granddaughters loved them!

Jamie is the Biegel Family matriarch and the glue that holds it all together. She grew up on her family farm, Dempze Cranberry Co in Wisconsin Rapids, and now lives in the original farmstead home with her husband Rocky, and their three dogs. Jamie is always down for a long distance road trip, eating ice cream for dinner, and Midwest antique junking. She believes in driving a pick up truck, because you never know what you will find a treasure that you need to take home. She is the party host extraordinaire, and can throw a party like none other. Check out some of her favorite tablescapes and party tips.

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