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Recipe For Ginger Ale Scones — 43 Comments

  1. brilliant – I actually thought of ginger scones for ISW because I have wanted to try the ginger scones on passionfruit kitchen that were posted last ISW – and I love ginger ale – it is often my fizzy drink of choice. But I went savoury and hope to post the recipe soon!
    Johanna @ Green Gourmet Giraffe sharing the blog ♥ Earth Burgers served with a surprising “cheese” sauce (vegan)My Profile

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    • Just did my scone recipe and then saw that I am way behind – I had the ISW dates totally wrong in my head. Life has been distracting! If you are up to accepting late entries, that would be lovely, but if not that is totally understandable. The link will be under my comment.
      Johanna @ Green Gourmet Giraffe sharing the blog ♥ Vegan Pesto and Poppyseed SconesMy Profile

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      • It is good when you are distracted by life. Will always take late entries 🙂

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        • Thanks Tandy – unfortunately wasn’t the best distraction – our cat got sick and died which has slowed me down this month – but am pleased I didn’t miss the boat completely – thanks for your flexibility! Love ISW and am pleased you are keeping it going
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          • So sorry to hear that. It’s so emotional to lose an animal. Big hugs xox

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    • I have to get more into savoury scones for next year 🙂

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  2. Ooh, I love ginger, but hadn’t thought of doing this. Some finely chopped crystalised ginger would really beef up the flavour too!

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    • That is such a great idea!

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  3. I’d love to try these. Never thought to add ginger ale but it makes so much sense. I use soda water with lemon in my scones…so kind of like lemonade scones.

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    • That is what the recipe is based on 🙂

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  4. hi tandy,
    not sure if you need this but here is my post for ISW 2016:http://sherryspickings.blogspot.com.au/2016/08/potato-scones-international-scone-week.html

    thanks for hosting. love the simplicity of your ginger ale scones!
    sherry MacKay sharing the blog ♥ Potato Scones – International Scone Week 2016My Profile

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    • Thanks, for some reason my blog is not alerting me to ping backs! I decided to do one simple and one not so simple recipe this year 🙂

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  5. We have a second fridge/freezer in the garage and it is full of beverages too. Luckily no exp,doing ginger ale! These scones look scrumptious, such a classic that would go well with all the homemade jams I’m overwhelmed with right now.
    Gretchen sharing the blog ♥ In My Kitchen – August 2016My Profile

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    • I love home made jams!

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      • Ha, I had to clear space in the pantry last night to put away all my blueberry preserves. Used a jar of preserved pears to sweeten a plum and nectarine crisp to make a little more space! I got my scone recipe up yesterday, https://feedingmy3sons.com/2016/08/09/bacon-cheddar-and-chive-scones/#more-4051
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  6. do they taste like ginger ale? or is it a subtle taste?

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    • Very subtle!

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  7. Yum, I love ginger ale but never even consider baking with it — now I have to try it!
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    • Hope you do! Thanks for the visit Nancy 🙂

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  8. Very thrifty. Similarly, I had a bottle of open ginger beer that I turned into scones, using a lemonade scone recipe. Thanks for adding me to the link up.
    Fiona @TIFFIN bite sized food adventures sharing the blog ♥ Pumpkin & Feta Scones – International Scone Week 2016My Profile

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    • Thanks for taking part!

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  9. Ooooh, I have not tried making scones with ginger ale. Lovely!

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    • Thank you Liz 🙂

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  10. Oh man I know Dave and I would go crazy for these. Beautiful looking scones and a great way to use up the extra gingerale we always seem to have lying around from making cocktails 😉
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    • I think I should try the cocktail route next!

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  11. Clever use of the ginger ale Tandy, your scones look delicious!
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    • Thank you Cheri 🙂

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  12. Ha ha great use of an exploded tin of Ginger Ale. Not a fan to drink but in a recipe would be good, so fun in scones.

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    • I could not throw it out!

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  13. I’ve never made scones like this -awesome use of ginger ale! Thanks so much Tandy!
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    • My pleasure Shashi 🙂

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  14. I am so in to scones at the moment, especially with some cherry jam. A ginger version sounds delicious too.
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    • Now I have to make some cherry jam!

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  15. It sounds delicious. I am a fan of ginger ale and would love to try these scones.
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    • Let me know if you do 🙂

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  16. I like ginger ale but never had scone made using it. Would love to try it next time I buy ginger ale.
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    • Hope you make them Anu 🙂

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  17. I love the idea of ginger ale scones! So creative. Not a big soda pop drinker here, but yes, you can always find ginger ale in my fridge too. Especially when you have an upset stomach. It does the job!!

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    • I have not yet tried it for an upset stomach but will try and remember to do so next time I am not well 🙂

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  18. Ooh does it taste like ginger ale at all? 😀
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    • Not too heavily!

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  19. Still my favourite recipe for scones – must definitely try ginger ale.
    Have a beautiful week.
    🙂 Mandy xo
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    • Thank you Mandy 🙂

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