Wednesday, November 17, 2010

Countdown to Thanksgiving: An Assortment of Scones

We continue our countdown to Thanksgiving, by looking at some of our favorite Thanksgiving desserts, confections, and treats created in past years. All of the items we are covering are available on the 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide (available by clicking here). Give us a call or send us an email with questions or orders. We look forward to contributing to your special Thanksgiving gathering!

Yesterday, we looked at our delicious Pumpkin and Bittersweet Chocolate Chip Cake. Today, we turn our attention to scones… available in many varieties! Of course, at Thanksgiving, the most popular are our Pumpkin Spice scones, but each variety is delicious in the morning, afternoon, or evening with a warm cup of coffee, tea, or mulled cider!

Our Pumpkin Scones—made with oven roasted and pureed sugar pumpkin—are gently spiced, and drizzled with vanilla confectioner’s glaze. Moist and delicious, these are the perfect way to start your autumn holidays!

Our Apricot Cream scones are bursting with apricot and vanilla flavor. These are the moistest scones we have ever created, and are almost dessert-like!

Dried Cranberry, Orange, and Bittersweet Chocolate Scones are the perfect solution for that morning sweet-tooth! The bitterness of the cranberries and sour orange are the much-needed complement for smooth Belgian chocolate.

Traditional English Vanilla and Currant Cream Scones are the simplest of our offerings. Each bite is full of the deep notes of vanilla, and the fresh burst of currant flavor!

Like what you see? Our scones (also available in Maple & Pecan; Honey, Lavender & Vanilla; and Caramelized Pear) are sold by the dozen, and each variety is available on the 2010 Thanksgiving Pricing Guide. See these, and similar offerings, by clicking here!

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As we get ready for Thanksgiving 2010, we will continue reviewing some of our favorite Thanksgiving creations from years past in future posts! Be sure to keep checking back!

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