What could be more beautiful and decorative than these delicious Rose Petal Scones made with actual rose petals? You will be charmed and delighted by the interesting ingredients and the flavor combinations contained in this scones recipe.
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Rose Petal Scones Recipe:
Source: Recipe was adapted from the cookbook, Flowers in the Kitchen, by Susan Belsinger, Interweave. Press, 1991. Photo by Ellen Jaskol of the Rocky Mountain News, July 22, 2008.
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