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A twist on soda bread, Irish Oat Scones

A twist on soda bread, Irish Oat Scones
Soda bread came to life in Ireland sometime in the 1800's.  Irish cooks had little time to bake.  Breads leavened with baking soda rather than yeast were naturally simpler to make. 

A twist on soda bread, easy Irish Oat Scones

Original recipes combined flour, buttermilk, baking soda and salt.  Over the years the recipes have become more elaborate. This recipe includes steel cut oats, dried cranberries and creates individual scones rather than 1 whole bread.  Our twist on the soda bread concept is perfect for a party and delicious served with Irish stew.

Simple recipe for Irish Oat Scones

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Photo Credit: Julie T Cecchini


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