Saturday, February 12, 2011

Blueberry Scones

I did not make these scones from scratch, but I opened the tube, sprinkled them with a pinch of sugar and baked them so I count them as “More-or-Less Homemade.” They are from Immaculate Baking Co. and, honestly, I don’t know that I could have made these much better…they are really, really good, made with all natural ingredients - not too sweet, lots of plump blueberries, wheat flour and no trans fat!
The label on the colorful packaging explains that the guy who started Immaculate Baking Co., Scott Blackwell, did so in 1995 with a “simple dream: bake great-tasting, all natural treats and inspire the natural artist in all of us.” The company supports folk artists, whose art is featured on their packaging. You can read all about them and the Foundation that Blackwell began to “help deserving folk artists maintain the integrity of their lifestyle and the sincerity of their unique vision” at Immaculate Baking Co.

You can also order products from their website...our local Co-Op carries them!

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