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As a school teacher, I always have very busy mornings throughout most of the year.
When things finally settle down in the summertime, I like to take full advantage of everything I can. I finally get to relax and enjoy breakfast with my family instead of rushing out the door with a cup of coffee and a granola bar. I like to make them a fresh breakfast whenever I can, and when the season is right, I can do just that. One of my favorite things to make are pastries, mainly because my kids love them.
These strawberry scones with orange drizzle became a quick family favorite after I made them the first time. The whole batch got gobbled right up. My husband even ate one and then took one for the road.
He called me on his lunch break to tell me how much he enjoyed them and asked if I could make them again that weekend when his cousin was going to be in town for a golf tournament. Sure, no problem!
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Quick Tip: You can drizzle a plain cream cheese frosting over the top if you prefer.