I love to bake. Unfortunately, I love to eat what I bake, so I don't bake that often. My mother was a terrific baker. She understood how comforting food could be. If someone had a birthday or was recovering from an illness, she'd bake them their favorite pie or cake or cookies. She spoiled me for delicious home-baked goodies.
I had some non-dairy cream left over from a dinner recipe and I didn't want to waste it. I remembered that this recipe used cream, so I dug out some frozen cranberries and about an hour later, I had warm cranberry scones.
I don't remember where I found this recipe. I thought the copy was large enough to read, but it looks sort of small here. If you can't read it, let me know and I'll send you a larger copy via e-mail. You can use the recipe as written, but I'm a vegan, so I use non-dairy coconut creamer and Earth Balance instead of butter. Earth Balance even comes in sticks, which are easier for baking. Both are delicious substitutes for cream and butter. I defy anyone to taste the difference.