The only thing I really found missing from this recipe was the salt! Add 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon...it makes all the difference flavor wise. I find that I end up using 1/2 cup milk, tossing the rest. Also, I use dried blueberries (reconstituted a bit by soaking in warm water...they don't bleed into the dough like fresh berries!). Anyway, I was really surprised that such healthy scone could really taste "scone like". My husband used to always buy regular white flour blueberry scones where he works, but now he actually prefers these...and this is not a man who gives up white flour and sugar easily. So, if you're trying to switch to healthier foods, this is a good transition recipe!
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The only thing I really found missing from this recipe was the salt! Add 1/4 to 1/2...