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The romance that captured our hearts The Royal Wedding of Catherine Middleton's a Commoner and Prince William. and here is the official Royal Wedding program
Did you stay up? Well I didn’t however, I set my alarm to go off at 1:55 AM yes, you heard right! However, my bodies alarm clock woke me up at precisely at 1:30 the perfect time for the procession of cars from Clarence house to Westminster Abby. Miss J and I had planned the night before to wear our hats and Pajamas.
We would have a tea with Homemade Raspberry Chocolate Chip Scones; Gluten Free of Course! Plus English Breakfast Tea and a ray of fresh fruit.
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Well I woke up just in time and Miss J woke up to see Miss Catherine Middleton exit the car. As soon as she arrived Miss J said was she looks beautiful and then quickly went back to sleep.
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The Dress was Alex McQueen designed by Sarah Burton This Dress reminded me of a Modernized version of Princess Graces Wedding Gown.
By 2:30 AM in the morning I was starving so I got out this fabulous fruit plate and a scone. I skipped the tea because I thought I might not be able to go back to sleep.
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I was so surprised how many people across the country that were awake. At one point I was receiving 30 to 50 tweets a minute very hard to keep up. But once the ceremony started I was so captivated. Around 3:30 AM My eyes started to water and I could not control myself so I went back to sleep right when Prince William and Princess Catherine went to sign there documents. Then as Graceful as Princess Catherine could be like she has been doing it for years the emerged from the church.
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Here is what I missed when I was a sleep!
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After the kiss Then they left the palace and this totally surprised me!
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Now on to the recipe of the day Gluten Free Raspberry Chocolate Chip Scones.
Makes about 18 Large Scones
Gluten Free Raspberry Chocolate Chip Scones Ingredients:1 2/3 cup Pecans
1 stick (1/4 of a Pound) Butter
2 Cups Powdered Sugar
1/4 cup Brown Sugar
1 teaspoon Baking Powder
3 cups Oat Flour
1 Cup Oats
1 Cup Frozen Raspberries that have been drained
1 Cup Semi Sweet Chocolate Chips
½ Cup Granulated sugar for dusting
Silpat or Parchment Paper
Ice Cream Scoop
Preheat Convection Oven to 350 degrees.
In Food Processor grind up pecans until it looks like this.
Next add dough blade and Mix in Butter.
Then add powder sugar baking powder and eggs.
Next add Oat Flour a cup at a time until ball forms
Then fold in Old Fashioned Oats
Next Fold in Raspberries
Then fold In Chocolate Chips
Next Scoop out a ball of dough then sprinkle with sugar repeat until dough is gone
Bake at 350 degrees for 20 minutes until firm.
Bon Appetit and Enjoy
How simple and they look amazing!! Great job!! Love a fellow gluten-free blogger :) Following!ReplyDelete
These scones look divine!ReplyDelete
Those scones must have been so good. I have a sweet treat linky party going on at my blog (open until Monday at 8pm) and I'd like to invite you to stop by and link your scones up. http://sweet-as-sugar-cookies.blogspot.com/2011/05/sweets-for-saturday-16.htmlReplyDelete
how cute are you and your daughter with your hats all dressed and ready for the royal wedding ;) these scones look delicious...a perfect breakfast for a special day. thank you for sharing with tuesday night supper club!ReplyDelete