I have to admit I've never been a real scone fan....those I've eaten have seemed dry to me. But, I love me a snickerdoodle for sure.....so why not give the scone a second chance, especially if there's a way for it to taste like a snickerdoodle right?
Oh my gosh....these are absolutely fantabulous!! Thank goodness the recipe only make 8 of these little suckers, because they are soooooo good, they will definitely set you back a few calories.
I need to thank Sweet Pea's Kitchen
for the recipe. I did notice that she adapted her recipe from Craving Comfort
. You'll notice mine aren't quite as tall....I'll have to try another batch because I'm not sure if it's the altitude or .... I wish I would have read Craving Comfort's instructions before I baked them, because her instruction about having the dough 3/4" high would have probably helped. I know now my circle was too large. So that's the first adjustment I'm going to make.
Also, if you're like me and don't have a food processor, don't worry.....I used my electric mixer with the bread blade attachment and it worked just fine. I did add 1/4 tsp. of vanilla extract to the spiced glaze, but other than that, I didn't make any other adjustments.
These babies are scrumptious! So moist and flavorful, unlike any other scone I've tasted.
You have to try these....really!, and it you think they're going to be difficult, with a lot of kneading and other bread baking techniques, you're in for a pleasant surprise. They are super simple.
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