There’s nothing better for breakfast or dessert than a Chocolate Chip Scone, especially if you have a sweet tooth. Scones are one of my favorite treats to eat, but, unfortunately, many scone recipes turn out dry, crumbly biscuits that don’t have much flavor.
This chocolate chip scone recipe is not only easy to make, but it turns out the best scones you’ve ever eaten, moist and flavorful, even without heavy cream.
I first tasted these scones after my husband and I joined our church’s Young Families ministry group. The coordinator brought these scones to every meeting, and after eating them over three or four meetings, I finally asked her for the recipe so that I could make them at home.
This recipe is adapted from the book Knead It, Punch It, Bake It! by Judith and Evan Jones (affiliate link). Their recipe calls for cooking them on a griddle, but I just bake them in the oven and get great results.
The thing I like most about these scones (other than the chocolate chips!) is how moist they are! They also come together very quickly, especially if you are using a food processor.
Enjoy these beauties with a nice cup of coffee or tea. Let me know if you have a chance to try them out…I hope you all love them as much as we do!