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Scones made using Ragged Coast Chocolate Chunk Scone Mix
Scones made using Ragged Coast Chocolate Chunk Scone Mix

Chocolate Chunk Scone Mix

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A bakery-quality chocolate chunk scone mix developed especially for the home cook. Contains direct-trade bittersweet chocolate, organic sugar, and fresh, locally milled flour. A tender, crumbly scone with lots of chocolate in each bite, the recipe was a cafe favorite for nearly a decade.

75% Sifted Wheat Flour, Latin American Dark Chocolate 71% (Cocoa Liquor [Cocoa Mass], Sugar, Cocoa Butter, Emulsifier [Non GMO Soy Lecithin]), Organic Cane Sugar, Baking Powder, Sea Salt, Baking Soda.

Contains: Wheat
May Contain Traces Amounts of Egg, Milk, Peanut, Soy, Tree Nuts.

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Notes From The Kitchen

Frequently Asked Questions from Bakers Like You

This mix makes 6 large scones or 8 mini ones.

You will need 3 ounces of unsalted butter, ½ cup of heavy cream, and 1 egg yolk to complete this recipe.

Yes! You can use this mix to make Chocolate Chunk Irish Soda Bread.

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Farm-Fresh Ingredients

We make all our confections with the finest, freshest ingredients from family-owned farms and local gardens right here in Maine and nearby New England states. And we love using exotic ingredients from the tiny, far-off corners of the world, scouring from small, family farms so our dollars directly benefit other local communities as often and as much as possible.


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