How to make pistachio cranberry scones-
What could be better than an easy to make scone recipe? Especially when it has white chocolate and pistachios!
I use to think that making scones was difficult. Then one day I decided to make them for myself. Of course, I didn’t make them the old-fashioned traditional way, I used a food processor and now scones have become a part of our morning routine. With my easy to make scone recipe, they can be on your breakfast table for your family to enjoy this weekend.
These easy to make scones would be a great way to start your weekend. Wouldn’t your family and friends love to wake up to one of these White Chocolate Pistachio Cranberry Scones? You might also like my Meyer Lemon Scone Recipe.
What kind of scones would you like to make? Just imagine freshly baked scones can be on your breakfast table this weekend, warm from our oven.
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I am such a sucker for scones and these would definitely be right up my alley. I really like the addition of pistachios in this..mmmm!
I am heading over to Wendy’s blog now. I have been really worried as a new blogger about not doing anything illegal. I am excited to check out her advice.
nicole @ I am a Honey Bee
wow. these scons sound amazing. never saw pistachios in a scone before.
Im sorry to hear you and Lisa weren’t feeling well! I have never made scones. I have really have got to change that.
I have noticed a lot of pinners copying and pasting recipe recently. It really is kind of a butt head move. Like you said, its one thing to pin peoples images without permission, as long as it links back to there site and they ultimately get credit, but once you’ve taken the reason to go back to the site, that’s pretty much piracy. I wonder how this type of pinner effects other blog tends, outside of our food world. I am sure it’s no good for DIY, tutorial writers and so on. I hope Pinterest does put a stop to it.
Wendy’s article was great and I look forward to more from her!
I hope you are all feeling in tip-top shape by now.
Looking forward to reading Wendy’s advice.
Megan @ Pip and Ebby
These scones look good enough to cure a sickness! Sorry to hear you aren’t feeling well. ‘Tis the season!
High tail it to your nearest pharmacy and pick up some Power C gummy chews for adults–so far we’ve been healthy this winter with only this addition to our schedule!! Feel better soon, Anne
Erin @ Dinners, Dishes, and Desserts
I really need to make scones, not sure why I keep putting them off!
I was wondering about the recipes I see people add to pins, always thought it was wrong!
Oh Yum! Those scones look so delicious. & guess what? I have all the ingredients…well, not white choc chips but white choc. bark 🙂 thanks for such awesome recipes. I’ll definitely head on over to Wendy’s site as well. It’s important to know about blogging rules. Kim from Cravings of a Lunatic blog sent me here & I’ll always be grateful to her for sharing your blog site, I’m learning a lot from the both of you & can’t wait to learn more from Wendy too!
Hope you feel better soon! At least you have a tasty little pick me up!
I’ve been using pinterest and thought it was just another way to help promote other bloggers by sharing their work with my followers. When a photo is pinned via ‘pin it’ from a blog, it links to its origin so anyone clicking on it would be taken to its source.
The texture of these scones looks amazing, and I love the combo of white chocolate with tangy cranberries, great job!
Thanks for sharing this post. Your site was the first to come up when looking up White Chocolate Pistachio Cranberry Scones.
Scones are the best! I love the flavor combo! I would never think to put pistachios in a scone but now that you’ve done it, it sure does sound delicious! Hope you’re feeling better!
I hope you two get better soon and get lots of rest! It must be a drag having to go to work so tired, but at least you had these delicious scones to look forward to! I love the combination here, it makes for a great scone 🙂
These would be a real treat anytime. Hope the nasty bugs leave your house soon.
Magic of Spice
I love the combination here! I have not made scones since my restaurant, but I am inspired 🙂
Hope you feel better soon!
These scones look amazing Chef. I love that you used pistachio, that is really unique. Hope you feel better soon!
Hope that you and Lisa are feeling better. These scones look just like what the doctor ordered., white chocolate, pistachios, and cranberries, Yum! I can’t wait to try these.
Heading over to read Wendy’s post.
I know a scone lover who will be very happy with me when I make these for her. I hope you’re feeling better!
Jay @ LocalFood.me
I admit that I’m a bit afraid of making scones. I have a few recipes that are collecting dust. This one seems like the ticket. I’ve gotta try it!