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Triple Cinnamon Scones — 29 Comments

    • Hi CanadianBaker, I’m sorry I really don’t. I think these scones would still be delicious with out the chips. Thanks for visiting! 🙂

    • CanadianBaker: I live in the U.S. and I can’t find cinnamon chips anywhere either any more. BUT, you can order cinnamon sweet bits from They aren’t too badly priced and a lot cheaper than buying cinnamon chips from Amazon. And they are amazing. Hope you get to make these, because they are to die for.

  1. Hi Becky, You’re right these scones are delicious. I got this recipe from my Mom’s recipe box….she had hand written it so I didn’t know where it came from. The recipes do seem to be almost exact.

    • Oh….that sounds good Condace. Like Mexican chocolate with the cinnamon. The reason I soak the chips is the give the scones extra cinnamon flavor. You don’t have to soak your chips but it will add a little bit more of a chocolate flavor if you do. 🙂

  2. Hi Sheryl, I made these delicious Triple Cinnamon Scones today. They’re so good! The only thing I did differently was to brush a bit more than 1 tablespoon of the softened butter on the dough before adding the filling. I’m looking forward to trying some of your other scone recipes now. Thanks for posting!! I posted a picture of my scones on my blog: It’s just a private blog I share with family and friends only, but feel free to take a look. I did reference you as the author of the recipe and put your URL for people who may want to give these scones a try. I did not post the recipe. Thanks again!!

  3. Hi Sheryl,
    I’ve been searching for a cinnamon layered scone recipe that is as yummy as the one I get at my local coffee shop. This one sounds even better! Can’t wait to try it! YUM! Thanks!

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