Prepared by The Bread Project, these scones are both flaky and cakey—a rare combination that's the result of working the butter into the dough in two different steps. Baked in your own oven, the scones emerge crisp and caramelized on the outside while the inside remains soft, moist and composed of distinct layers, like a pastry. Our assortment brings you four unique varieties of scones bursting with the bright flavors of fresh citrus zest, berries, apples, dark chocolate and other premium natural ingredients. Preparation is easy—just thaw overnight and bake, then enjoy warm from the oven. The Bread Project in Emeryville, California, is a nonprofit organization that trains people with limited resources in the art of baking, helping them develop expert job skills in the food industry.
Lemon Currant: Sweetly tangy scones with lemon zest and currants, topped with sugar for a crispy crown.
Orange Cranberry: Baked with orange zest and cranberries with a white sugar topping.
Chocolate Banana: Banana scones baked with bits of rich semisweet chocolate.
Caramel Apple: Dark-caramel scones studded with sweet morsels of caramelized apple.
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|Item||Price||Flat-Rate Delivery Fee|
|Assorted Scones, Set of 8||$75||$0|