The Ginger Scone Diaries

my ginger scones: they have a dark side…
March 24, 2009, 12:26 am
Filed under: Baking, Sweet
chocolate dipped ginger scones

bite sized ginger scones dipped in dark chocolate

Introducing: Sophia Dark The newest addition to Hello, Bonbon… The same ginger scone, now with a dark side.


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Great pic!

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Comment by petitvacherin

Hi, your recipe looks great but I don’t
know what turnbinado sugar is…Could you
help please….

Comment by JoAnn

JoAnn ~
Turbinado sugar is also known as cane sugar or raw sugar. Turbinado sugar resembles brown sugar in that it is brown in color. However, brown sugar has a finer grain and is a bit darker in color. Turbinado sugar comes from the first pressing of the sugar cane, has large crystals and retains some of the molasses flavor, which is a natural byproduct of the sugar process. You can almost always find turbinado sugar in most grocery stores, or specialty health food stores. Here’s a photo to give you an idea.

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