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Old Fashioned Utah Scones - These things are unlike the scones the rest of the world knows about, and are to die for! The recipe originates from the early Mormon settlers of Utah, and it is gooooood.

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Giant golden puffy fried scones - Utah style - served with honey and powdered sugar. So easy to make and dangerously tasty!

Fried Scones (aka: Utah Scones)

Giant golden puffy fried scones - Utah style - served with honey and powdered sugar. So easy to make and dangerously tasty!

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Utah Scones with Honey Butter & Raspberries

Utah scones with honey butter and fresh raspberries from Our Best Bites

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Recipe for Hot Scones.. I remember my great grandma making these and eating them with butter and honey... Seriously, I just made them by myself and they are like, one of the best things EVER.

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Scones the Mountain West way.."For some reason in these areas the scone is a deep fried yeast bread.. completely removed and absolutely nothing like the scone the rest of the world knows." Scrumptious served as a dessert or afternoon treat with Honey Butter, they're really just an awesome triangle doughnut :)

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Utah Scones with Honey Butter & Raspberries

Utah Scones with Honey Butter & Raspberries - Our Best Bites

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Perfect Scones

This recipe for Scones is PERFECTION! The texture and flavor are incredible!

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Recipe for Hot "Mormon" Scones - my aunts used to make these when we were kids - and like all y'all, I too was dismayed when I got a scone out in the real world the first time.

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Deals to Meals: Perfect Yeast Fried Scones

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Fried Scones: These are not your typical Starbucks scones (although I have figured out their now discontinued amazing Maple Pecan Scones recipe that I will post later). These are basically deep fried sweet dough drizzled with honey butter. Some people call them “Utah” scones. I have done a taste test between this recipe and just using Rhodes frozen rolls and, hands down, the homemade dough was the winner. The dough can sit in the fridge a few days before bringing to room temperature…

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