Don’t forget, we still have scone mix. One packet, a little milk and butter (or shortening), 30 minutes and you’ve got a half a dozen fresh scones ready to sell. They only take a few minutes to prep and cook in 15! I found that they are easier to mix and shape when using shortening, but you can use whichever you prefer. The cost per scone is approximately 32 cents, even after adding high quality inclusions, such as chocolate chips, fruit flavoring or nuts, your cost should still be under 50 cents per scone. Today, I made blueberry white chocolate chip scones in about 30 minutes from start to finish. For the blueberry, I added about a tablespoon of Fabbri blueberry delipaste to a double batch.