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Biscuits - Doughnuts

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A cheese biscuit or mini scone with character.

Pecan or pumpkin biscuits would also be good here or thrown in a handful of toasted chopped pecans but plain, buttery baking biscuits in this pumpkin pie custard setting are divine.

These are more like doughnuts than scones - big stretches of dough, fried quickly and rinsed in a honey orange glaze. Fabulous diner style fare!

Serve these with homemade chili or scrambled eggs or alone, with hot coffee and no one else around to see you've devoured 3 at a time! I love buttery biscuits or savory scones and the sharp orange Cheddar makes these into heavenly puffs - that take minutes to whip up and under 20 minutes to bake.

Lovely with tea - as the name suggests,. these are wee little butter cookies with a touch of spice, decked out with diced dried fruits, including cranberries, California dried apricots and sour cherries. But these cookies are so bittery and satisfying you could even leave out the fruit.

These yeasted scones are an adaptation of a recipe given to me by George Fenn. According to George, the bakery was started by the late Don Lloyd in 1949 and they were/are renown for Don's Scones. In summer they make hundreds of these daily and  this part of Muskoka loves them; this recipe should make a fan out of you too. These are not quite scones, not quite a swet roll but something totally different. They are best fresh but incredible toasted; they are simply wonderful, lightly sweet, buttery pillows that have scone taste and look with a sweet bun attitude.  I would also try this recipe with raisins or dried cranberries and a touch of vanilla.

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